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Kindle Fire が発表されました – $199 –
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Hands-on Amazon Kindle Fire Android tablet
BY: MARC FLORES, INTOMOBILE
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2011 AT 8:05 AM
Amazon finally made the Kindle Fire Android tablet official this morning and we were able to get our hands on this Android-powered tablet. While there are some features that are missing that some may be disappointed with – namely the camera – the Kindle Fire is a very nice-looking tablet that should move a ton of units this holiday season.
Kindle Fire details reveal no iPad competitor
By Darrell Etherington Sep. 28, 2011, 7:55am PT
Amazon’s Kindle Fire is now a known quantity, thanks to details supplied to Bloomberg ahead of the official announcement at Amazon’s press event Wednesday. The Android-based tablet has an attractive price, but to get there, it cut so many corners it probably won’t make much of a dent in Apple’s market lead with the iPad.
Amazon unveils $199 Kindle Fire tablet
By PETER SVENSSON, AP Technology Writer – 7 mins ago
NEW YORK – Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on Wednesday showed off the Kindle Fire, a $199 tablet computer, challenging Apple’s iPad by extending its Kindle brand into the world of full-color, multipurpose devices. Bezos also took the opportunity at a New York press event to introduce a new line of Kindle e-readers with black-and-white screens and lower prices, further pressuring competitors like Barnes & Noble Inc. that are trying to break Amazon.com Inc.’s dominance in electronic book sales.
Huge, Up Close Photos Of Amazon’s New Kindle Tablet And Readers
Steve Kovach | Sep. 28, 2011, 1:32 PM
Amazon’s super-secret mystery tablet, the Kindle Fire is here. And we got to see it at the big press event in NYC. The bad news: Amazon wouldn’t let anyone play with the Fire or any of the other new Kindles on display. (Boo!) But we got as close as possible and took a bunch of photos.
A Hands-On Demo Of The Kindle Fire Surfing The Web [VIDEO]
Jay Yarow | Sep. 28, 2011, 2:57 PM
Here’s what the Kindle Fire looks like in action. We were not able to handle it ourselves, so we had to film Jon Jenkins, who is the director of Amazon’s Silk browser playing with it. You hear his voice in the background.
New Kindle: Amazon Unveils Fire Tablet, Kindle Touch And More
PETER SVENSSON 09/28/11 04:29 PM ET
NEW YORK — Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on Wednesday showed off the Kindle Fire, a $199 tablet computer, challenging Apple’s iPad by extending its Kindle brand into the world of full-color, multipurpose devices. Bezos also took the opportunity at a New York press event to introduce a new line of Kindle e-readers with black-and-white screens and lower prices, further pressuring competitors like Barnes & Noble Inc. that are trying to break Amazon.com Inc.’s dominance in electronic book sales.
TCTV: Hands On With The Kindle Fire
JOHN BIGGS posted 1 hour ago11 Comments
The Kindle Fire is the device we were all waiting for and when it arrived it did not disappoint. The Fire is a 7-inch media device that plays well with all of Amazon’s media services including the book store, the video store, and the music store. It includes a web browser and supports Amazon’s own Amazon App Store, a branch of the Android App Store that focuses on apps optimized for this device.
Amazon Kindle Fire Android tablet release date, price tag revealed
September 28, 2011 By Carlo Raphael Diokno
Amazon finally announces Kindle Fire. An iPad, Nook killer? After months of speculation and rumors, internet shopping giant Amazon formally announces its tablet computer, the Amazon Kindle Fire, at the company’s Kindle-centric press conference on Wednesday. The new Kindle Fire is not just a Nook Color rival, but also Apple’s biggest threat, because Amazon will play in the tablet market by implementing a cheaper price tag.
Amazon Kindle Fire tablet is official, priced at just $199
By Mike Wehner, Tecca | Today in Tech – 5 hrs ago
The web’s largest retailer is aiming for the top of the tablet market. The long-rumored Amazon tablet is finally here. The new device — which has been dubbed the Kindle Fire — is poised to take on its Android and iOS competitors this holiday season, but does it stand a chance? Let’s take a look at what the new slate has to offer and see if we can determine where it will stand when the tablet wars dust finally settles.