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.