Amazon prides itself on its low prices on Android tablets and shows it at every opportunity. And when we say every opportunity, we even mean if you need to attack the price of a device that has a competitor like the Apple iPad.
Focusing on the high-resolution monitors of the two tablets, Amazon says you can not find a difference between them until the price is reached.
The iPad with 9.7 "screen has 2048 × 1536 and 264 ppi (pixel-per-inch) resolution, while its opponent Kindle Fire has just as good a screen as 1920 × 1200 and 254 ppi.
According to Amazon, both devices have an impressive HD and will not be able to find differences between them. However, the company insists that your wallet will definitely find different, and it's about price, with Kindle Fire costing 299 dollars while the 499 iPad.
This is not the first time that Amazon attacks the price of an Apple product. Last October, after the announcement of the iPad mini, Amazon uploaded an enormous advertisement to its site that was trying to convince consumers that the Kindle Fire offers more costing less.
A few days later, the ad was withdrawn.
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