One of the great innovations that arose next to Kindle Fire in his announcement to the public a couple of months is the of Amazon Silk, Amazon browser in the cloud that would be responsible for the laborious tasks of a browser in the cloud and a stream of image to the device, thus saving time and bandwidth, some real very precious the two.
But after a few tests performed by Anandtech which This statement might not be completely valid, and is that while can save us the precious and expensive anhcho’s band, it does the same when it comes to the issue of the time, where has obtained some very disappointing results that we expected more Eastern browser.
Three have been visiting websites, from the AnandTech, of the New York Times and that of the already known Engadget, all keeping worse time. In some cases he even loaded two seconds and a half later, results that leave us to many of the potential buyers of the product certainly disappointed after great promises that distributed Amazon in its presentation.
The part positive of all this is that this is a lower cost of money for our data rates, though not so much as we had hoped, but a considerable amount, reducing data traffic an average of 10%. Without a doubt Silk leaves us with a bittersweet feeling by the results half of this experiment, and can make some clients be it think something before making your purchase.
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