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Blog / Would you See a New HD Kindle Fire by Your Bedside

Sunday, 23 September 2012 at 08:47

Chances are good if you want to read, that you've heard of digital e-readers. There are so many choices nowadays within the handheld electronic world. Why don't you add another device to the mix? The newest Kindle HD is going to be arriving November 20th, right before the holiday season (of course)

Could it be worth looking into the brand new Kindle HD? I find out question because the screen is small at 8.9" compared to a large lcd you may have inside your family room. I don't know if I could tell true HD from a slightly lower resolution unless someone would let me know it's Hi Def. Either way, the new Kindle line will be three separate price points which is nice for people much like me who're on a budget.

Cheap Kindle Lights

The basic starter within the new trio of HD Kindles is the 7-inch version for just $199, a larger 8.9-inch version for $299, and finally, the souped-up 4G LTE-ready version for $499. All 3 of them are High definition e-readers, or tablets. Not only may be the 32GB top-of-the-line Kindle HD ($499) weighing a lower cost than the Ipad 3 32GB ($600-750). The big daddy 64gb Kindle HD ($599) is less than the 32GB Apple ipad 3. This will definitely give consumers something to consider. After all, it's only fair to us customers to have something to look against. It is also nice for us to have choices when making a big purchase like this.

A subject that comes up frequently during conversation is apps, and what developers support what device? The Kindle does have practically all from the popular apps you'll find on Droid and Apple, which is good news. Amazon and Kindle still build on their already extensive collection of games, apps, music and media. What's even cooler than that's the proven fact that everyone who has an Amazon Prime account can stream thousands of tv shows and movies right from their Kindle. Lots of people don't understand that their Prime membership not only saves them a lot of money on shipping for items they'd buy anyway, but Prime streaming also rivals Netflix, saving you another $8 + bucks/month. Much less bad whatsoever!

All in all, It will inevitably make things quite interesting as far as total sales go in Q4 of this year.



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