Prices for Kindle Tablets in India were last updated on March 28, 2017. Kindle Tablets in India has 7 models being sold in the market. Kindle 6 inch (Wi-Fi/4GB) is the best Kindle Tablets available in the market at a price of Rs.5999. The latest Kindle Tablets to be available is Kindle 6 inch (Wi-Fi/4GB) at a price of Rs.5999. Kindle 6 inch (Wi-Fi/4GB) is one of the most popular Kindle Tablets, available for best online price at amazon. Kindle tablets are a product from online marketplace Amazon. Kindle were one of the early e-book reader that was launched to provide a good e-book reading experience. As the technology and demand improved Kindle transformed into a perfect tablet device. Now days it is available in various screen sizes. Amazon recently launched a masterpiece, the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 that brings to you a full HD 8.9inches screen with 2560x1600 resolution giving the highest pixel density among all its rivals in the market and yet weighs just 374g. The UPS of this tablet is the custom IT guru on a single tap which is enough to draw potential customers to a conclusion about buying the tab but the device does not stop impressing you more.The multi-touch screen allows up to 10 fingers touch and the Fire 3.0 Operating System is a perfect combination with the Snapdragon processor.The screen is not the only USP of the tablet. The Snapdragon 800 2.2GHz processor ensures super powerful performance. The material used to design the body of the device is more or less the same as that in the HDX 7. Two types of plastic are used to keep the device secure in the soft touch back that is majorly polycarbonate. The material is similar to that of the Nexus 7 and the secure material gives a warm grip to the tablet but at the same time, making it a huge fingerprint and dust magnet. If you happen to catch yourself wiping the screen and cover ten times a day, do not jump to a conclusion that you are on the borderline of OCD. It is just the surface of the gadget, unless you are actually borderline OCD. The glossy plastic panel at the top of the tablet is typically black and that is where the speakers, the 8MP camera with autofocus and the LED flash are neatly perched. The screen and overall performance makes this tablet a must buy for those who would not take anything but the best. The bezels are pretty thick and could contribute to ruin the overall appearance of the device to some extent but that extent is negligible thanks to the rest of the package. The Fire OS is restrictive as is typical of all Kindle tablets. It hinders performance and added to the trouble is the poor App Store but Amazon will not share the tab with other distributors no matter how difficult it may become for the apps to run because this one tab is expected to sell like hot cake. However, the apps sometimes cause a little bit of problem while running but this has nothing to do with the processor of the tablet. Another problem with the device is that extra storage comes for a high price. The tablet itself is reasonable but if you want an external storage it is expensive and that too, thanks to Amazon once again. The tablet while working in the landscape orientation has three manual buttons and that makes it a little difficult to get hold of the volume and power buttons if you are not directly looking into the device. However, they are well-integrated and come in different textures so that once you get familiar with them, you do not have to look at them to know one button from another. Overall, this tablet promises power performance and excellent design. Kindle is available only for online shopping on Amazon. It is also available on Amazon's Indian subsidiary Junglee.com. The page was last updated on March 28, 2017.