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Top Reviewer Ranking: 7,884 - Total Helpful Votes: 9670 of 9843
Kindle Fire HDX 8.9", HDX Display, Wi-Fi, 64 GB by Kindle Fire
34 of 43 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, 21 Nov 2013
Couldn't agree more with the other reviewers. I bought this to replace a 7" Kindle Fire HD, and can't get over how thin and light this is in comparison. It is also significantly quicker. Very easy to set up e-mails etc, and you can download apps from third-party sources that offer a experience more akin to 'Google Store' than Amazon do at present. For example, I have Google Earth, Maps and Streetview, the Guardian app etc safely loaded onto my HDX. Definitely a significant step forward from last year's Fire HD.
Morphy Richards Never Loses Suction 73410 Anti-All&hellip by Morphy Richards
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 23 Mar 2013
Looking for a replacement for my Dyson, I decided that I really didn't want to spend 300 on another one. I plumped for this on the basis of the user reviews (and the price!). I have to say I am very impressed. It is light, well-designed and has extraordinary sucking power. I know it is a cliche, but my carpets haven't been so clean. I was amazed at the amount of dust and pet hair it pulled out, and the carpets had been vacuumed a week earlier with my Vax 3-in-1. Just as adept on hardwood floors. It will be interesting to see what it's longevity is, but you can't go wrong with a 5 year guarantee. Very highly recommended for anyone looking for a light and inexpensive cleaner.
Kindle Fire HD 7", Dolby Audio, Dual-Band Wi-Fi, 1&hellip by Kindle Fire
9,632 of 9,794 people found the following review helpful
I hesitate to dip my toe in the turbulent waters of Kindle Fire HD customer reviews, but having owned the 32GB version for two weeks now my thoughts might be useful to some. I already own a Kindle 3G and a WiFi/3G Ipad, against which the Fire HD seems to be regularly compared against. The Kindle is primarily used to take books on holiday, and the Ipad is used at home (via WiFi) and on holiday (3G/WiFi in the UK, WiFi abroad) for e-mails and internet access. I bought the Fire HD primarily (I thought)as a colour Kindle 'plus' - the 'plus' being a second access point to e-mails and internet if my partner was using the Ipad. Out of the box, it is a lovely looking piece of kit. It is… Read more

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