Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos introduced today all-new lines of Kindle products and the much awaited Amazon's Kindle Fire HD release date details. After all, it's not called Kindle Fire 2 as everyone expects, but HD with a mission to compete and be pitted to the best tablet in the market today. Kindle Fire HD is pitted against Google Nexus 7 or iPad 3 or iPad mini that is coming soon. Kindle Fire HD is said to be the world's most-advanced 7" tablet, with a stunning HD display, plus the same exclusive Dolby audio, dual stereo speakers, the fastest Wi-Fi, and 16 GB of storage. For e-book readers it features Bimodal reading—where you listen to an audiobook while the text is highlighted in front of you. Here are the three new Kindle Fire HD choices.
Kindle Fire HD 8.9" 4G LTE Wireless Price: $499 - You don't have to hunt for Wi-Fi hotspots as you can connect anytime with Stunning 8.9" 1920x1200 HD display. The takeaway is their unprecedented $49.99 one-year 4G data package. You can pre-order now at Amazon.com, the expected released date to be ship is November 20.
Kindle Fire HD 8.9" Price: $299 - It has 8.9" HD Display, Dolby Audio, Dual-Band Dual-Antenna Wi-Fi, 16GB or 32GB, Kindle Fire HD is also available in a Wi-Fi only model. You can preorder today with released date on November 20, 2012.
Kindle Fire HD $199 - Kindle Fire HD is said to be the world's most-advanced 7" tablet, with a stunning HD display, plus the same exclusive Dolby audio, dual stereo speakers, the fastest Wi-Fi, and 16 GB of storage. You can Pre-order now as this item will be released on September 14, 2012.
Amazon also introduced Kindle Paperwhite for huge e-book reader niche. The main feature is the added 62% more pixels and increased contrast by 25%, so whites are whiter, and blacks are blacker. You want to read with no electricity? No problem as Amazon Kindle-paperwhite has built-in front light for the perfect reading experience whether you're out at the beach. Kindle Paperwhite starts from just $119.
The first Kindle Fire was released on November 15, 2011, and in the following December, customers purchased over 1 million Kindle devices per week and estimated that the Kindle Fire sold about 4.7 million units during the fourth quarter of 2011. The Kindle Fire is Amazon's milking cow that it's sales helped the company beat their 2012 first quarter estimates and boosted the company's stock in extended trading.