As well as unveiling their new Amazon Kindle Fire Android Tablet and Amazon Kindle Touch And Touch 3G. Amazon have also unveiled their new Silk browser designed to be used on their new devices which will provide a much more accelerated internet experience on their new Kindle Fire.
Amazon’s Silk Browser has been designed to use a combination of caching and compressing together with other technologies to bring the latest stored version of common files directly to your new Amazon Fire tablet. Watch the video after the jump to find out more.
For example a 3MB online may be compressed down to 50KB before it’s sent to your Kindle Fire, providing you with shorter waiting times, faster load times and less bandwidth consumption. Amazons Silk browser will also aggregate the motion of other users in order to predict your next move, helping it pre-load whatever you might click on next.
Even with the new advances in its browser Amazon says that their silk browser will remain as easy to use as a traditional browser on their new Amazon Kindle Fire.
Source: VergeFiled Under: Tablet News, Technology News