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General Kindle Fire vs Nook tablet

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by brounmoney, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. brounmoney

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    Ok so I have the Kindle fire which is a pretty good device, but there is one problem with it that has really bothered me. The Netflix app is just not up to par. It is very choppy and the audio is out of sync. So I just wanted to see if you guys were having any problems with Netflix on the Nook?
     

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    I think the recent updates that came out for it was supposed to fix that. The update just came out a few days ago so you might want to check to see if you have the latest version

    Edit: ok so the news that came from center and other sources says less than 2 weeks and that was 5 days ago. Might want to wait a week or so and see how it goes.
     
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    the nook tablet has twice the memory so that should do it
     
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    do you think the memory is the problem?
     
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    Well generally onboard memory allows you to multi-task and watch media smoothly (mkv's and other real high quality codecs) without freezing or stalls so I would like to think the Nook would be better considering the internet connection is full.
     
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    My nook does netflix flawlessly my sister's fire does not....I agree with the memory post...fire just does not have enough gas in the tank and NO sd slot...ick
     

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