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[* black] The Fire has a very simplified design that includes a mere two ports and one button—all found on the bottom of the device.
[* black] The first port is a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, but the volume is controlled from inside each app, as there are no external volume buttons.
[* black] The next port is a Micro-USB port for connecting the Fire to your computer. It also supports chargingUSB-charging, though [not complete]it will take longer than the advertised four-hour charge time when plugged into a power outlet.
[* black] The only button on this tablet is a power button, located on the bottom of the Fire right next to the ports. We are curious as to how hard it will be to push this small button when the USB cable is plugged in.
[* black] Port-wise the Fire is very similar to the iPad 2, with only a single port for charging/connecting.
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Size-wise, however, the Fire (measuring in at 7.5" x 4.7" x 0.45") looks a little like a chew-toy for the much larger iPad 2 (measuring in at 9.5" x 7.3" x 0.34").
[* black] The next port is a Micro-USB port for connecting the Fire to your computer. It also supports chargingUSB-charging, though [not complete]it will take longer than the advertised four-hour charge time when plugged into a power outlet.
[* black] The only button on this tablet is a power button, located on the bottom of the Fire right next to the ports. We are curious as to how hard it will be to push this small button when the USB cable is plugged in.
[* black] Port-wise the Fire is very similar to the iPad 2, with only a single port for charging/connecting.
[* black]
Size-wise, however, the Fire (measuring in at 7.5" x 4.7" x 0.45") looks a little like a chew-toy for the much larger iPad 2 (measuring in at 9.5" x 7.3" x 0.34").