The bewildering array of Android hardware used to mean that no single device had the power to grab a significant market share of the Android tablet market. That all changed as soon as Amazon's Kindle Fire hit the scene.
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New submitter DillyTonto writes "Amazon got shelled by analysts and the press after releasing a buggy first iteration of the Fire edition of the Kindle e-reader. Three weeks later the Kindle Fire owned 14 percent Data source: comScore. Over the December 2011 to February 2012 period, no other tablet gained market share, which means that the Kindle Fire is cannibalizing sales from all the other players. use the following search parameters to narrow your results: subreddit:subreddit find submissions in "subreddit" author:username find submissions by "username" Kindle Fire Grabs Over 50 Glad to be a owner, looking forward to the 2 The bewildering array of Android hardware used to mean that no single device had the power to grab a significant market Tags: kindle, fire, grabs, over, 's best feature is its ability as an e-book reader, according to reviewers. It is much more, however. For a list price of $199, customers get a seven-inch display, 8GB of RAM, free storage Thank you to everyone who answered my questions. Thanks very much for all the information. It gave me the courage to try resetting my new to factory settings and then restoring it from