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    Kindle Fire crept through FCC checks in September, wore a disguise

    The Kindle Fire's now out there, but it had managed to tick all those FCC boxes a few months back. Registering the device under the exotic-sounding Okakopa company, the "tablet device' kept its cards close to its chest. Given that we've already given the Kindle Fire a rigorous inspection and it's already suffered a comprehensive teardown, there's not much left to glean from the filings. You can check out the source link below, but it's for labeling and antenna placement fanatics only.
    Kindle Fire crept through FCC checks in September, wore a disguise originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 16 Nov 2011 13:23:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
    Permalink Wireless Goodness | FCC | Email this | Comments
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