Amazon Kindle Fire vs PocketBook A 7 eReader-Tablets Comparison

Amazon Kindle Fire has got so much attention, admiration and everything. The tablet got so much success, Thanks to big brand ‘Amazon’ and their marketing techniques at their best. But one candidate can’t perform better, until it has some one to compete. The same idea applies on devices also.

Amazon Kindle Fire was one of first eReaders, that comes with Tablet functionality. It is no more only ‘Horse’ in the road of this race. Now, PocketBook International S.A. has revealed PocketBook A7 Multimedia Reader cum Android Tablet, to compete with Kindle Fire. It is undoubtedly bigger competitor of Amazon’s eReader. They are going to have a blast in the market, but we have to see who wins. For helping you choose the better eBook Reader / Multimedia Reader with Full Android Tablet features, we have compared both the devices. Lets see how they come in the competition in terms of their, Features and Specifications.

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[info]Design and Display[/info]

Amazon Kindle Fire  has an elegant looks, the back of the device is made of rubber, that ensures that it can’t get scratches very easily. The display is 7-inch IPS enabled multi-touch display, along with 1024×600 pixels resolution and anti-reflective technology.

On the other hand, Pocketbook A 7 boasts better quality exteriors. The casing is made with white plastic, and back panel is constructed from dark plastic with rubber type soft touch. This is also scratch resistant, and casing is built with touch of aluminium-magnesium. Now it comes display, the 7-inch multi sensor color display features 1024×600 pixels resolution for vibrant and effective colors, in 16:9 form factor or aspect ratio of display. The weight of this device is 413g.

Winner: PocketBook A 7

[info]Size and Weight[/info]

Amazon Kindle Fire device measures 7.5″ x 4.7″ x 0.45″, which is equal to 190 mm x 120 mm x 11.4 mm. The weight is 412g.

PocketBook A7 has weight of 413g, and having dimensions of 207x131x14mm.

Winner- Amazon Kindle Fire

[info]Operating System[/info]

Amazon Kindle Fire have special version of Android, which frequently get updated.

PocketBook A 7 is powered by Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread Operating System.

Winner: PocketBook A 7

[info]Processor and RAM[/info]

Amazon Kindle Fire runs on T1 Dual Core OMAP 4, 1GHz CPU, along with 512MB of RAM.

PocketBook A 7 runs onTI3621 OMAP 3 Series Single core processor at 1GHz clocking frequency, alon gwith 512MB of RAM.

Winner: Amazon Kindle Fire

[info]Storage Memory[/info]

Amazon Kindle Fire has Internal memory of 8GB. On the other hand PocketBook A7 supports 4GB of internal storage, and also supports external storage memory, using microSD card of up to 32GB.

Winner: PocketBook A7

[info]Connectivity Features[/info]

Both the E-Book aka eReaders supports Wi-Fi 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b.

Winner: Tie

[info]Camera, Ports and Battery[/info]

Amazon Kindle Fire is designed to provide 4 hours of battery backup, and can be also charged via USB port. The Kindle Fire doesn’t includes any camera.

The PocketBook A 7 have 3300 mAh battery, which is rated to provide up to 6 hour of backup. It also boasts 2 megapixel front-end camera, which makes it winner undoubtedly.

Both of the devices equipped with 3.5mm standard headphone jack, and Micro USB port.

Winner: PocketBook A 7


The price for Amazon Kindle Fire is available for $199 at But pricing for PocketBook A 7 is not announced yet, but it will surely retail for around $150. We will update the pricing, once it gets mentioned by the company.

[info]Final Verdict[/info]

Pocketbook A 7 is giving tough competition to Amazon Kindle Fire. In some terms, PocketBook A 7 is mostly winner also, except it is some thicker than its competitor. Both of the devices supports all major image formats including JPEG, BMP, PNG. Both of them can readIt is almost looking better option in some terms, but its losing the competition to due to its single core processor. Overall, both the devices can be your first choice. Both of them can read major formats like TXT, DOC, DOCX, PDF and others. Kindle Fire features its dedicated document format, AZW. Amazon Kindle Fire offers more productivity, accessories, Features content and also offers Cloud Storage. Hence, its up to you which suits to your requirements, but still Amazon Kindle Fire would be better choice as of now, and its dual core processor is gaining more points in favor.

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