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Display Performance Examined: Very Bright, So-So Gamut

The Amazon Kindle Fire: Benchmarked, Tested, And Reviewed
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The Kindle Fire's 7" LG IPS panel offers up excellent brightness close to 450 nits, but gamut performance is fairly low, at 48% of the AdobeRGB 1998 spec.

At 6900 K, colour temperature is close to the standard 6500 K. However, many colours appear dull due to a relatively low gamma. For background information on our benchmarks, see Appendix A.

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    aje21 , 24 November 2011 20:09
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    It's 0.3" thick and weighs 0.89 pounds, making it thicker and heavier than many models with larger screens.

    Weird, the table lists it as .45" thick (so thicker than the iPad 2 and Galaxy Tab, but thinner than the Xoom) and all the others in the table are > 1lb so it's actually lighter than those.