Amazon Fire ($80) Tablet VS iPad Pro ($800) Review

 The iPad pro versus the fire HD 8 tablet with Alexa; a comparison check you must see. 

Now, let us compare, one of the most sought-after pro tablets in the world that’s almost $800 dollars against a tablet that is 80, you will be amazed, what happens when I put these side by side?
                                       amazon fire hd 8 VS IPAD PRO
I wanna begin by just reminding you that Fire HD, it is Amazon’s flagship tablet, the Kindle, that name corresponds to their ereader, so this is not a Kindle, and it has Alexa built in.
So can you imagine even comparing the technicalities between the iPad pro and the fire HD 8? Well, at the fundamental level you get front and rear cameras for both, dual-band Wi-Fi, you get some nice processing power within the iPad professional, however one that actually will remain steady on its own for all of your daily Netflix browsings, HBO streaming, Amazon Prime integration, or whatever any other task.The displays, I mean, you saw ’em, side by side, I’ll let you draw your own conclusions but I will tell you, the HD 8 tablet has an expandable memory capacity, SD slot, up to 256 gigabytes, besides something of this nature is not available on the iPad pro. Does the iPad Pro have all the other advantages? It is very glaring that the Fire HD 8 has the obvious advantage on the price. And now for the anxiously awaited drop test. I’m not even gonna bother dropping the iPad Pro ’cause I will tell you it will crack and at almost $800 dollars, I don’t wanna watch that, but how will the Fire tablet perform in a drop test? Having a Gorilla Glass gives it an edge ofcourse, this is the durability of an $80 dollar tablet.
Now, Let’s begin a simple page load test. I got Safari, definitely an adequate browser. And you have Silk, Amazon’s answer to Chrome on this particular tablet. Now, for two uncached pages, which means I’ve never visited the pages before, I did a quick speed.
I had USAToday.com typed into both browers, and within 3 seconds into the page load test, ah, the Fire tablet won, that is amazing, I don’t even know how that’s possible.

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I also did a YouTube video page test. Funny enough, currently they are trying to push the app for both platforms, the page displays better on the Fire tablet yet again.  Obviously the iPad, which pushes this Retina display, is a much better display itself but I will tell you that for only $80 , the display on the Fire tablet, not completely inferior to the point where it’s unwatchable. Again, this is a very grave disadvantage to the Fire tablet but the videos do look great side by side. The speakers are actually comparable, and I will tell you that in terms of volume level, they are comparable, and then in terms of video, the Fire tablet has the advantage. The Fire tablet is built with integration to Amazon Prime, which means they’ve further optimized all of their apps so they load quickly. The Prime integration along with the video service is just awesome. In fact, you can also download the movies that you watch for offline viewing which is a feature of the Fire Tablet.

Amazon builds the apps to make them sing and if you’re someone that wants to stream movies on the go, even use Netflix, whatever it is, if you’re using Amazon Video that I’m telling you, it is unreal. One major thing I like when you are enjoying content on a Fire tablet is you get the x-ray technology In addition to the beautiful display. Amazon owns the internet movie database, IMDb.com, so you get some great trivia tied to the film or show that you’re watching as well as any of the actors or performers on screen. It’s constantly giving you that data if you just scroll to the side and then when you wanna stop, well, you just enjoy your movie and this is a beautiful crisp display given that it is an $80 dollar tablet. So, can you really compare a Pro tablet to an HD 8?
Well, you could do whatever you want, This tablet is not one a professional should use. But it’s very portable, it is a great way to consume content rather than produce content. If you’re making things, the iPad Pro is your better bet but so many people are buying these overqualified, overpowered, overpriced items, when something like this for the next vacation could do the trick.

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Fire HD 8 Tablet with Alexa, 8″ HD Display in summary:

  • Up to 12 hours of battery life, a vibrant 8″ HD display, a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 1.5 GB of RAM, and Dolby Audio. More durable than the latest iPad.
  •     16 or 32 GB of internal storage and a microSD slot for up to 256 GB of expandable storage
  •     Ability to ask Alexa for rapid access to the information and entertainment you want. Ask questions, play music, check your calendar, get the news, weather, and more.
  •     Ask Alexa to call or message almost anyone, or make video calls to family and friends with a Fire tablet, Echo Spot, Echo Show, or the Alexa App. Instantly connect to enabled Echo devices.
  •     Enjoy millions of movies, TV shows, songs, Kindle eBooks, apps and games – including Netflix, Facebook, HBO, Spotify, and more
  •     Prime members get unlimited access to over a thousand books and magazines, millions of songs, and thousands of movies and TV episodes – all for free
  •    Watch downloaded videos anywhere with a Prime membership, Netflix plan, or Showtime subscription

IPad Pro in Summary:

  •     11-inch edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display with ProMotion, True Tone, and wide color
  •     A12X Bionic chip with Neural Engine
  •     Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay
  •     Four speaker audio with wider stereo sound
  •     802.11ac Wi-Fi
  •     Up to 10 hours of battery life
  •     USB-C connector for charging and accessories
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