It’s almost over, and we’ve made it! Another winter come and gone, and Spring has sprung, at least here in our little corner of the world. With Spring comes warmer temperatures, trees budding, flowers reappearing like old friends…so we’ve rounded up our Best Kindle Books for March, in hopes that you’ll find something that calls you outside onto the deck for some fresh air and a good book.
Welcome back! Today we are discussing the management of your email, calendar and contacts on your Kindle Fire tablet. We hope that you are finding this series to be helpful as you learn to navigate your new device.
October is finally here. Crisp cool air, leaves changing color…it’s as if the world is alive. And what better way to relax after a day of picking apples and raking leaves than to curl up with a good book and a mug of hot chocolate? We’ve got some of our favorite Best Kindle Deals for October right here, just waiting for you to check them out.
On September 30th, Amazon is set to release it’s new Amazon Fire Tablet, and the competition is paying very close attention. The new Fire, with it’s 7″ display, 8GB of internal storage and loads of special offers has one more incredible feature…it’s price tag. Amazon is releasing this latest offering in their Kindle family at the unbelievable price of just $49.99. That’s right. A full-feature tablet that carries the reputable Fire name…for less than $50. And with a host of Fire discountsincluded, Kindle users can now purchase five tablets…and get one free. Free. No cost. Nada. Zip. No other tablet manufacturer has offered anything even close to this…but honestly, it’s just more of the great products and services that we’ve come to expect from Amazon.
We hope you are finding these articles helpful as you learn about your new device. Today we are discussing the Charging and Battery Life of your new Kindle Tablet. If you would like to follow along, or watch the video, you may do so here.
Your Kindle Fire device may not be fully charged when you receive it, so we recommend that you charge the battery fully before you begin setting it up.
To charge your Fire, plug the USB cable into the device, then into the power adapter and plug it into the wall. It is recommended that you use the USB cable that was included with your device, and use the power adapter instead of plugging your Fire into your computer.
While your Fire may be used with any appropriate USB cable, and can be charged from your computer, doing so may increase charging time.
The battery icon at the top of the screen will display a lightening bolt to indicate that your device is charging properly.