The Amazon Kindle D01400 multimedia device, also known as the first-generation Kindle Fire, features a 7-inch multi-touch display, a sleek physical design, 8 GB of internal storage, Wi-Fi connectivity and a 3.5mm audio output port.
The first-generation Amazon Kindle Fire's 7-inch multi-touch display features in-plane switching technology and an anti-reflective screen. The screen resolution is 1024 by 600 pixels with 169 pixels per inch and 16 million colors, and the device's physical dimensions are 7.5 inches by 4.7 inches with a thickness of .45 inches. The device weighs 14.6 ounces.
The first-generation Amazon Kindle Fire offers Wi-Fi connectivity via hot spots using 802.11b, 802.11g or 802.11n wireless standards. The device features a USB 2.0 micro-B port and a 3.5mm stereo audio jack for connecting external audio output accessories. The device also has built-in top-mounted stereo speakers.
When purchased new, the device comes with a one-year limited warranty with service included. The device comes with a U.S. power adapter that supports 100-240V outlets and a quick start guide. The device supports file formats such as Kindle e-books, Audible audio books and Microsoft Word documents. The device can also display JPEG, GIF, PNG and BMP images, and can play back AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG and WAV audio files. The device also supports MP4 video playback.
The Amazon Kindle Fire also includes the Amazon Silk Web browser.