4 New Kindles Announced – Including a Color Tablet

I am sending this out to each of my Kindle blogs, as originally posted on the Free Kindle Books Plus a Few Other Tips blog…

Okay, the long-awaited announcement of the new Kindle is here but, rather than one new Kindle, there are four:

This is exciting news – new gadgets and great prices.  More to come on each in later posts – I figure you can read about them yourself vs. me doing a copy and paste from the Amazon website – but I will tell you just ordered a Kindle Fire (will be released on November 15), and this is a direct competitor to the iPad.  Here are some of the features of the Kindle Fire:

  • Watch over 18 million movies, plus all of the TV sshows, songs, magazines, and books from the Amazon store are available.
  • Thousands of apps available now with more to come – the Droid operating system has the fastest-growing app development going on now.
  • Fast web browsing.
  • All of your Amazon content (books, movies, songs, periodicals, etc.) will be stored for free on Amazon’s cloud servers.
  • Color touchscreen.
  • Dual-core processor.
  • If you are an Amazon Prime member, there are over 10,000 movies and TV shows you can watch for free.

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