Amazon honcho Jeff Bezos introduced the company’s newest products this morning that may be of interest to you guys: a tablet called the Kindle Fire that’s built to be their iPad challenger, a $149 Kindle Touch 3G that works in 100 countries with no contract or monthly fees for free 3G wireless, a $99 Kindle Touch, and a pocket-sized, non-touch version of the Kindle that sells for $79.
The new super small, non-touch Kindle was announced to appeal to Amazon’s legion of eReading purists. It’s small enough to fit in a back pocket, and will cost users a scant $79 — customers can order today, and Amazon says it will ship today too. While it retains physical buttons, Amazon’s traditional Kindle keyboard is gone. In order to drive the price that low, the new Kindle also comes packed with Amazon’s Special Offers and their Amazon Local deals service.
Another way Amazon is able to keep prices so low: Sweatshops!
ANYWAY, here’s an ad for the Fire the company posted to YouTube today…
I want more like this!
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