Originally Posted by bhartman36
You have to root the device to put the Android Market on it. It's not something that installs easily, but it can be done. Read through the rest of the thread.
I have Kindle Fire now, and it's more capable than this in some ways (e.g., it has multitouch and more onboard memory), but I still consider this a fairly capable device because of the features it has that the Kindle Fire lacks (e.g., HDMI-out, USB host mode).
Congrats on the Kindle Fire! How do you like it? I've been toying with the idea of getting one.