Kindle Fire’s Silk Will Transform Tablets And More

Silk Browser’s Features Is Vaulting Kindle Fire As A Viable Tablet Contender

Kindle Fire’s $4.5 million in revenues for the 4th quarter are projected to pour into the tablet market.

Outside the initial product launch, the Silk browser’s unique capabilities will determine Kindle Fire’s long-term success. Here’s why..

Back End Software Makes For a More Efficient User Experience

Operating off Google’s Android software program the Silk browser splits the functionality between the front-end interface and the back-end cloud computing.

Kindle Fire’s device has decent processing speed, but it’s the Silk browser allowing this tablet (and future products) to run quickly while the cloud does all the complex processing in the background.

The Kindle Fire tablet moves in and out of applications with ease without heating up the device like the ipad, since far less processing with the tablet interface is required.

Silk’s Browser Is Better Than Split Functioning Browsers

Amazon is leveraging its dominant backend position to offer a unique user experience.

Since OPERA and Apple have used similar split functioning software, the thing that makes Silk’s internet browser distinctive is Amazon’s dominant position as the leader in cloud computing software.

Amazon is the leader in backend computing services that is powering it’s online store and product lines.

So the user can experience Amazon’s powerful backend support and software and the company doesn’t need to spend additional investment capital developing a high functioning cloud service. Just modify it’s current resources.

Why Amazon’s Table Has High Functionality And Costs Less Than The IPad

Silk’s split browser design makes it possible to have a very highly cost-effective content consumption delivery structure.

The customer’s tablet doesn’t need a lot of bandwidth on the dual system or the strongest processors.

The synergy between the front-end devices and the back-end cloud servers is a huge reason the tablet is cost-efficient enough to be offered for only $199… $ 300 less than Apple’s cheapest tablet.

The Kindle Fire isn’t just taking a bite out of the low-end tablet market. It could transform cell phone, broadband, as well as tablet functionality. There are privacy concerns users should be aware of when using this innovative silk browser.

E-book reader resource will devote the next post to address security concerns all internet users face along with silk browser users will need to address.