Thursday, September 29, 2011

Brand-new Kindle family members came to light!

What I say more? Nothing. Well said, and a great offer:

Dear Customer,

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.

We are excited to announce four new products: the all-new Kindle for only $79, two new touch Kindles – Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G – for $99 and $149, and a new class of Kindle – Kindle Fire – a beautiful full color Kindle for movies, TV shows, music, books, magazines, apps, games, web browsing and more, for only $199.

These are high-end products – the best Kindles we’ve ever made. Kindle and Kindle Touch have the most-advanced E Ink display technology available, and the 3G Kindle Touch adds free 3G wireless – no monthly fees and no annual contracts. Kindle Fire brings everything we’ve been working on at Amazon for 15 years together into a single, fully-integrated experience for customers – 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 that’s easy to hold with one hand, a state-of-the-art dual core processor, free storage in the Amazon Cloud, and an ultra-fast mobile browser – Amazon Silk – available exclusively on Kindle Fire.

We are building premium products and offering them at non-premium prices.

Thank you for being a customer,

Jeff Bezos
Founder & CEO

p.s. – Kindle Fire has a radical new web browser called Amazon Silk. When you use Silk – without thinking about it or doing anything explicit – you’re calling on the raw computational horsepower of Amazon EC2 to accelerate your web browsing. If you're curious, watch this short video to learn more about how it works.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Buzz: Kindle Fire to fire today

BlogKindle admires technical data that are ascribed to the new toy. Dual-core OMAP with fantastic 1.2 Hz frequency should serve well at least a year, being ahead of NookColor.
The screen is 7''th typical one, of readable quality of course.
In addition, with competitible price equaling to Nook Color's, the tablet will include out of the box Amazon Prime subscription, free for a year.

As a consequence of this release, there may be a pleasant price fall, as said at TechCrunch, down to $99.

We're awaiting, Amazon. :)

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Kindle appstore expands

Hmm, today's news says .
Today, that's a strange fact, I filled up a new tablet with software. I set up a number of e-book readers and tried to set up Kindle for Android. I won't read much on an LCD screen, but what's not to set up e-book readers? Well, I found the Kindle app and set it up. I was shocked, having thought previously that it's not possibly to do. But I managed to set up.
To my amazement, after some time I found news where was declared that appstore is available across a bunch of countries.

What's a coincidence! I tried to set up the app the same day it perhaps was announced as for not only the US market.