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Stop worrying about the documents that still need your approval with the help of our featured travel gadget of the day.

Kindle Fire


While PDF files could be viewed via your smartphone, its small screen could be sometimes a drag.

So whether you’re reading through a couple of business-related paper works as you lounge in your hotel room or are reading an interesting e-book to while your time away during a flight, it will be of great help to have a Kindle Fire HD by your side.

Get more info on this $199-travel gadget in this review excerpt written by Tim Stevens of

The overall design remains understated; visually, a sea of soft-touch matte black will be your overwhelming impression here. But, with that comes an air of sophistication. The Amazon logo is still subtly printed on the back, a dark shade of gray stamped atop the darker exterior…  The Kindle Fire HD may only get a 200MHz boost in performance over the Kindle Fire that came before it, but it feels considerably quicker than that. The media-focused UI customization that the previous tablet couldn't really handle is far more responsive now. That main carousel of content and apps and websites that is the trademark of the Fire series no longer has fits and stops and stutters -- but there are still some sluggish moments, particularly when reading comic books. We spent a fair bit of time admiring Frank Miller's "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns" and couldn't help noticing the uneven rate with which the pages turn. But that didn't stop us from being glad we have access to such a wide swath of the DC back catalog.

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