|Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire|
It's a bit frustrating: outside of iPad, you can choose between full-featured general Android tablets (with almost any screen size you like), but which in my experience are buggy and frustrating; or the Kindle Fire, which works wonderfully well, but is quite limited in features and apps you can use.
Now, I just read that the KF's market share is surprisingly low: in 2012, about 6%, and in 2013, even lower, about 4.5%. Given the Amazon's strength and the very good quality/price ratio, I am surprised.
I wrote to Len of The Kindle Chronicles:
Since Kindle fire is easier to use and less buggy than a normal android tablet, from my observations anyway, the reason to get a Nexus Seven for example instead would be so you could get access to the full android marketplace of apps.
So maybe the falling KF market share (from 6% down to 4.5%) might convince Amazon to finally be more open to including a more inclusive system on the kindle fire. Sadly, I admit it does not sound like them, but I really hope so. Of course the question remains if they can do so without introducing the same bugginess and difficulties that plague normal android tablets.