Kindle Fire HDX 8.9" is lighter than Air—literally. In fact, Kindle Fire HDX 8.9" is a full 20% lighter than iPad Air. The Kindle Fire HDX display also has nearly one million more pixels than iPad Air, giving it a best-in-class pixel density of 339 ppi (vs. 264 ppi on iPad Air).
"I'm a big fan of Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX. A huge fan. I like it because
I feel that Amazon now makes a better tablet than Apple." — ZDNet
"...the HDX 8.9 is light. Absurdly light. Dumb light. It makes the already featherweight
one-pound iPad Air feel like it's made out of lead by comparison." — Gizmodo
"The Fire HDX beat out iPad Air in brightness, screen reflectance, and absolute color
accuracy—all of which are key to a enjoyable tablet experience." — Wired
The reviews are in: higher resolution, lighter weight, on-device tech support with the revolutionary "Mayday" button, Dolby Audio, and more—all for $120 less than iPad Air.