Now, you know what they're saying must be credible because it's coming from Gizmodo! You know, the highly respected Web site that would, for no logical reason, have a massive personal vendetta against Apple. Oh wait. Never mind. Strike that all and reverse it.
Oh, and Amazon, you forgot to mention that your wonderful tablet comes with ads.
And since when can the iPad not show TV shows?
Also, Amazon, you neglected to mention that the iPad comes with a mobile OS that has iterated and improved year-over-year (with things like Siri, Passbook, FaceTime, better maps, Newsstand, Game Center, Reminders, and an App Store about 50 bagillion times bigger and better that the Kindle's — and that's a precise, scientific number) as opposed to the crap that the Kindle Fire runs. And what the hell is "Ultra-fast MIMO Wi-Fi"? Nobody is going to know what that is. Note: the iPad has 802.11n wireless and a 4G option. The iPad is also made out of a unibody aluminum and glass casing while the Kindle Fire is made out of plastic. The iPad mini has the shnazy Smart Cover while the Kindle Fire has nothing of the sort.
In summary, you should just add one more row to your chart that reads: "Kindle Fire: Sucks" and "iPad mini: Doesn't suck".
The iPad mini is a product people will enjoy using. The Kindle Fire is a product people will enjoy spending $129 less than an iPad mini on.
Eh. This sort of stuff just bothers me. Especially coming from a company like Amazon — one that I think we all quite like.
As they say, "Stay classy".