Raising the Bar on Technical Support
Amazon has just raised the bar on what consumers will expect with technical support:
“Live instantaneous on-screen tech support and instruction 24 hours-a-day and 365 days-per-year anywhere in the world. All for the low price of free.” (Click Here to Learn More)
A More Economical Technology Choice
When you buy an inkjet printer these days, the real cost of ownership is found in the cost of regularly replacing the ink cartridges. In fact, for most devices, it’s not the purchase price, but the ongoing support costs that are so expensive. Considering the high cost of low quality tech support, complicated interactive phone menus, long hold times, off-shore call centers, and impersonal instructions over the phone that requires that you do the work, the Amazon free unlimited support plan makes the Kindle Fire HDX tablet computer an obvious choice for consumers.
Kindle Fire HDX Tablet Computer Has Many Uses
If you’re seeking a computing platform for browsing the web, checking emails, reading books, watching movies, working with spreadsheets, using Skype, posting to Facebook, managing calendars, printing documents, and working with various programs, you may want to consider the Kindle Fire HDX tablet computer. (Buy Now)
Better Performance Through Better Support
It doesn’t matter how powerful your computer is if it’s not working due to a virus or other unknown problem, and if you can’t get someone to fix the system, it’s useless. Amazon’s new tablet computing system has a super powerful 2.2GHz quad-core processor, but what really makes it perform better than any other computing device is that the system includes ongoing 24/7 support 365 days-per-year.
Instantaneous Live Support
Within seconds, a live support technician will appear on your screen and can guide you through tasks or provide instruction. They can also perform infrequent tasks for you if you’d rather not take the time to learn.
The video below offers a videos demonstrating the new Kindle Fire HDX features including the live on-screen support.