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Archive for September, 2011
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Amazon has officially announced one of their newest additions to the Kindle lineup, the Kindle Fire. As Amazon emphasizes in their public correspondence and I quote, “There are two types of companies: those that work hard to charge customers more and those that work hard to charge customers less. Both approaches can work. We are firmly in the second camp.”
This firmly implies Amazon’s commitment to providing affordable products or gadgets in this matter without sacrificing quality. Kindle Fire is set to release in the market on November 15, 2011 at a quite friendlier price of US$199 compared to its many existing competition.
Kindle Fire won’t go solo since Amazon will also launch three other versions of the Kindle—the All-new Kindle for US$79, Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G for US$99 and US$149, respectively. See Kindle Fire in action here
The Kindle Fire is expected to lure customers with its beautiful full color Kindle for movies, TV shows, music, books, magazines, apps, games, web browsing and more with instant access to Amazon’s massive selection of digital content, a vibrant color IPS touchscreen with extra-wide viewing angle, a 14.6 ounce design with a handheld feel, a state-of-the-art dual core processor which is fast, free storage in the Amazon Cloud, and an ultra-fast mobile browser , the Amazon Silk, exclusively on Kindle Fire. Every time you will use Silk, you’re calling on the raw computational horsepower of Amazon EC2 to accelerate your web browsing.
Learn more about Amazon Silk from the video below.
Kindle and Kindle Touch have the most-advanced E Ink display technology available, and the 3G Kindle Touch adds free 3G wireless so there’s no monthly fees and no annual contracts.
International fans of the Kindle may still have to wait until it becomes available in their own countries ‘cause right now, it’s only set for release in the US.
Wait, I do have a US mailing address so if you’d like to send me a Kindle Fire, I’d be more than glad to feature your business or website here in return.