The Kindle Fire: a perfect device for MiKandi

We were super excited to get our hands on a Kindle Fire last week – a great Android powered tablet for under $200? Sign us up!

Tons of people have written detailed reviews about the Kindle Fire. We’ve shared a few of our favorites below, but no one’s written this review yet:

MiKandi is the Kindle Fire’s killer app.


MiKandi on the Kindle Fire

’nuff said :-).

For all of you with a Kindle Fire, all you have to do is:

  • Click on the gear icon at the upper right corner of the screen
  • Select “More”
  • Select “Device”
  • Turn “Allow Installation of Applications” On


A few Kindle Fire reviews:

Jason Perlow’s “Amazon’s Kindle Fire: The tablet’s Volkswagen moment”

- AppleInsider’s take on the Kindle Fire

- Sascha Segan’s advice on How to Run Almost Any Android App on the Kindle Fire

- TechCrunch’s video take on the Kindle Fire

- Techpinion’s blog post on why Kindle Fire reviews are all over the place


Ninja Moves: Augen’s got ‘em

Usually shit don’t creep up on me because my unagi is strong.  But what. the. fuck.

Where the hell did this come from?

Yesterday, Augen showed off impressive ninja moves when it unveiled an unexpected 7 inch Gentouch78 Android tablet on a (wait for it) Kmart flyer.


The tablet retails for $169.99, features Android 2.1, WiFi, 256 MB of RAM, and 2GB of storage IF YOU CAN FIND IT.  We’ve been calling around looking for this elusive creature but to no avail.  Apparently Kmart only picked up 1000 units nationwide, but you can get a raincheck and secure the $149.99 special sales price.

Obviously reviews are in short supply until more units are released.  If you are one of the lucky bastards that picked this tablet up, hit us up with a review.  Also, pictures of MiKandi on the tablet would make our virtual panties wet.  Just throwing it out there.