Several Amazon Kindle Fire reviewers who reviewed it mentioned that it was easy to use. Pc Mag mentioned on PC Mag “Easy to use”. expert website Digitaltrends.com said “The Amazon Kindle Fire strips out frivolous tablet features in favor of a low price, ease of use and outstanding content” in their review of this tablets.
A few Amazon Kindle Fire owners who reviewed it thought it had a good interface. Pcmag.com mentioned in their Amazon Kindle Fire review on expert review site PC Mag “Immediately use, with a simple, clear interface” and scored it 4 stars. Pc Advisor.co.uk wrote on PC Advisor.co.uk “A better interface with cool new features” in their review. Pc Advisor.co.uk also said “Easytouse and slick user interface”.
Several Amazon Kindle Fire owners said in their reviews that this tablets had a good experience. Expert website Cnet.com wrote “If you're looking for a pure media consumption experience” in their review of this tablets. Pc Advisor.co.uk mentioned “Reading the WSJ (in the Newsstand, not in the WSJ app) was a miserable experience” in their Amazon Kindle Fire review. Pc Advisor.co.uk also mentioned “Affordable, good quality, excellent Amazon shopping and support experience”.
Three Amazon Kindle Fire reviewers wrote in their reviews that the Amazon Kindle Fire was comfortable and easy to hold. Pc Advisor.co.uk wrote on PC Advisor.co.uk “Nice sharp display, lovely to hold, integrated with Amazon from the off, allows sideloaded content, price, speaker performance” in their review of this tablets. Four years ago expert review site Gizmodo.com wrote in their Amazon Kindle Fire review “It's by far the most comfortable tablet to hold”. Expert website Technobuffalo.com wrote also four years ago “It's one darn comfortable device to hold” in their review of this tablets.