A number of people said that the product was easy to use. Digitaltrends.com mentioned “The Amazon Kindle Fire strips out frivolous tablet features in favor of a low price, ease of use and outstanding content”. Expert website Computershopper.com said in their review of the Amazon Fire “The 8.9-inch Fire HDX is easy to use and packs super hardware” and gave it a rating of 80 out of 100. Computershopper.com also said “Very easy to use”.
Eighteen Amazon Fire reviewers who reviewed it mentioned that it had a good interface. Pcmag.com mentioned on expert review site PC Mag “Immediately use, with a simple, clear interface”. Macworld.com said on expert website Mac World “You could pick up a Roku 3, which has the simplest interface and the broadest selection of apps (including one for Amazon);”. In November last year Pc Advisor.co.uk mentioned on PC Advisor.co.uk “A better interface with cool new features”.
A few Amazon Fire owners who purchased the product considered that it was comfortable and easy to hold. Computershopper.com mentioned “Light enough to hold for an entire episode of Breaking Bad without fatigue” and gave it a rating of 80 out of 100. Computershopper.com also wrote “Superlightweight and easy to hold with one hand”. A few weeks ago Notebookcheck.net mentioned “Comfortable to hold for long periods of time” in their Amazon Fire review.
A few Amazon Fire reviewers concluded that it had a good experience. Pc Advisor.co.uk wrote on PC Advisor.co.uk last year “Reading the WSJ (in the Newsstand, not in the WSJ app) was a miserable experience” in their review of the Amazon Fire. Pc Advisor.co.uk also said “Affordable, good quality, excellent Amazon shopping and support experience”. Expert review site Recombu.com mentioned “Respectable real-world performance and an impressive software experience mean that it has a place for certain users” .
Four customers who reviewed the Amazon Fire agreed that it was easy to setup. Pc Advisor.co.uk wrote in their review of this tablet on PC Advisor.co.uk “Incredibly easy to set up”. Last year Alphr.com said “Easy to set up and use” in their review of the Amazon Fire. Alphr.com also said “Screen mirroring is clunky to set up and prone to failure”.