Post subject: Re: What is the difference between a tablet and a Kindle? Posted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 2:09 am
Just read below What is the difference between a tablet and a Kindle?
â€¢ Kindle is much cheaper than tablets
â€¢ Kindle is specifically designed for reading.
â€¢ Kindle has built-in dictionary. You can use it when you are reading. For all tablets, you need to download dictionary apps by yourself. If you need the dictionary, you need to exit your reading app first.
â€¢ Kindle has a glare free screen, which makes reading like on a real paper.
â€¢ Kindle uses actual ink particles technology to create text similar to what we can see in a physical book.
â€¢ Kindle has longer battery life than tablets. It can last 4 weeks with one fully charging.
â€¢ You can listen music on tablets;
â€¢ You can watch HD movies on tablets;
â€¢ You can play games on tablets;
â€¢ You can chat with friends on tablets;
â€¢ Most of tablets has camera;
â€¢ All tablets has full color screen, but Kindle only has 16-level gray scale screen. You can only see black and which on Kindle.
â€¢ Kindle doesnâ€™t have light but all other tablets have. So you cannot read with Kindle in dark.