Some Amazon Kindle Fire HDX reviewers who reviewed it considered that it was thin. Computershopper.com said “Slim, light”. expert website Trustedreviews.com said “The online retail giant has revamped it to make it slimmer, lighter” and rated it 80 out of 100. expert review site Whathifi.com mentioned “It's got a stunning screen, slim and light design” in their Amazon Kindle Fire HDX review.
Some Amazon Kindle Fire HDX owners who reviewed the product thought it was lightweight. Expert website Itpro.co.uk wrote two years ago “The Kindle Fire HDX is a powerful tablet, lightweight tablet”. Three years ago expert website Alphr.com mentioned “The best Android tablet to date, with astounding performance and lightweight design” in their review of the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX. In May last year Goodhousekeeping.com wrote “Lightweight, terrific screen, slimmed down UI, fast processor”.
Several Amazon Kindle Fire HDX reviewers who bought it agreed that it was compact. Expert review site Stuff.tv rated this tablets 99 out of 100 and said “It's a wonderfully neat, compact and sturdy build made up of a soft-touch, matte back” in their review. Expert website Pcworld.com_techhive.com said in their review of the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX three years ago “There's less competition among compact tablets.”. Theregister.co.uk wrote “Sony's Xperia Z3 Compact Tablet (review coming soon) hit the shelves – so the competition is much stronger” in their review.
Three Amazon Kindle Fire HDX owners wrote in their reviews that it was a good body shape. Computershopper.com wrote “Its screen is impressively sharp and its body amazingly light for a larger tablet”. Gizmodo.in said “It's faux-Android wrapped up in a budget body so beautiful you'll learn to stop worrying”. Goodhousekeeping.com wrote “The solid body is marred by the shiny plastic piece on the back”.
One person wrote in their reviews that the product was good structurally. Goodhousekeeping.com mentioned “Sturdy, sleek construction” in their review.