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Let the Fire begin! haha.. same here, for that price and for those with no tablets, it is a door opener to get one. It would be nice to use the Silk Browser for testing though even on desktop sites. But it being webkit, it should work well (crossing fingers).
Anyone hear about an App Market for the Kindle Fire? With Sencha Touch 2 on the horizon with the added app-builder, it would be nice to start getting the apps up on the app stores there too. But I understand it will be a while until the Sencha team has time to play (test) with the Fire to support it for ST 2.1
Silk looks very intriguing, although the security aspect is definitely a concern. In a way, this approach seems like sort of a step backward. It seems designed to optimize the traditional server-centric brochure-ware style web experience rather than rich client web apps. The need for the cloud rendering may suggest that the Fire itself is underpowered, and at its price point, that wouldn't be a big surprise.
If nothing else, the part about optimizing what goes over the wire might be useful for speding up AJAX requests, provided the device has enough juice to render our UIs.
Additionally, I am not sure I like the fact that Amazon gets to decide which content I get to see and which I don't. I am curious if they will block certain sites, because fact remains - they can if the deam content inappropriate or too bandwidth consuming(Comcast anyone?). Also, they have a record of every site the Amazon Fire tablet user has ever been to.
What I'm curious is if the other browsers which can be downloaded from the App store will work. It's be cool if it's Silk was an option. It would suck if it's mandatory.
It's dual-core so as far as the CPU goes it has plenty of power... RAM is unspecified but I would think it would be at least 512MB as it's pretty cheap.
Everything going through their EC2 service does kind of suck but they are probably going to be caching things so it could be fast in most cases. For things that we build, not sure I like it not to mention the enterprise clients I dev for won't like their stuff going through it so Fire will never be used by them.
I wouldn't expect having access to the Android Market but only Amazon's App Store. Hopefully they haven't disabled the ability to install 3rd party apps in case some apps aren't in the app store.
In any case... I will be firing up some of my stuff on the Fire to see how it goes in November.
I wouldn't expect having access to the Android Market but only Amazon's App Store.
Right, it's already confirmed that you buy stuff from Amazon and Amazon only. Remember their repeated slogan, "It's a service, not a tablet."
Hopefully they haven't disabled the ability to install 3rd party apps in case some apps aren't in the app store.
See above. Amazon is definitely intent on keeping this a walled garden. I'd say the chances of installing non-Amazon App Store software is about nil without some sort of jailbreaking. This is basically Amazon's iPad.