Amazon recently unveiled its Kindle Fire HD tablet.
It's a huge step forward from last year's Kindle Fire. It more closely matched Apple's iPad in size and features. So which one should you buy?
In an effort to help you answer that question, here's a feature-by-feature breakdown of how it stacks up against the iPad.
The $500 Kindle Fire HD comes with 32 GB of storage and 4G LTE. The most affordable iPad with 4G LTE is $630, and it's only got 16 GB of storage.
The Kindle Fire HD blows the iPad out of the water with a flat yearly rate of $50 for 250 MB of data per month.
Depending on your carrier, an equivalent plan for your iPad will cost roughly $20 per month, or $240 a year.
All your time spent with your device is spent looking at the screen, so you want to make sure it's a good one.
Because the iPad has a larger display, that makes it easier for it to have a better resolution than the Fire.
The iPad's 9.7-inch screen has a 2048x1536 resolution, markedly better that the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD's resolution of 1920x1200.
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