People love their tablets. The devices have only been a hot consumer gadget for about three years, but already they've changed so much about how people read, browse the Web, watch video and get work done. Apple still leads the pack, having sold more than 15 million iPads in the last quarter alone, but Android-based tablets like Amazon's Kindle Fire are selling like crazyas well.
For all of the delights that come with unboxing and using a new tablet, these gadgets are by no means perfect. Kindle Fire owners have experienced issues that made headlines, while the iPad has its share of imperfections. A recent study by Q&A help site FixYa outlines some of consumers' biggest gripes about both the Kindle Fire and the iPad 2.
Not surprisingly, users report more issues using the Kindle Fire than they do with the iPad 2. Some of these are widespread to have received serious media attention, and Amazon has been doing their best to resolve the problems via software updates.