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Kindle Fire Poor-Mouthed by Large Communications Company

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    Kindle Fire Poor-Mouthed by Large Communications Company

    I am a new user of the Kindle Fire HD 7" and so far it has been a great experience. I never dreamed that I would enjoy an e-reader so much.

    While troubleshooting a problem connecting to a hotel's Wi-Fi system recently, one of the senior technicians at Vista Communications (vistacommunications.com) remarked that the Kindle Fire was the worst device that could be used to connect to a Wi-Fi system.

    I travel extensively so I am constantly changing the WiFi system I use to connect to the Internet. Can anyone tell me why this technician would make such a remark? (The circumstances were such that I could not address this with the technician personally.) Am I in for a lot of frustration if I use this device with WiFi?

    Thanks for your response to this post.

    RobinHood505

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    RobinHood505 I travel alot and connect with different Wifi systems on a daily time table. I use both a original 8GB Fire and a second generation 7"HD and I have had no trouble connecting with Wifi systems across the country. Not just hotels, banks, bookstores, McD's, burger kings, hospitals, coffee houses, you name it. I think he was making an excuse for a poor wifi system he set up at that hotel.
    On some days I will connect to five or six wifi systems without a problem. The only problem I have ever had is wifi systems that require you to tap a tiny icon to get connected. And the icon is so small you can't see it. Again poor design by the egg head that set it up that way. But even then when I enlarge the screen and find the icon and tap on it, away I go. Believe you me, its not a problem unless you have a defective unit and they are far and inbetween. I would not worry about it. fdalbor
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