It is said Amazon Kindle Fire II will be launched next month, is it true?
Richard Shim, an analyst at NPD DisplaySearch, Amazon will bring out at least three new Kindle Fire models.
Shim got the information from sources in the "supply chain" -- a collection of companies that manufacture components and assemble products.
In his report, Shim has claimed that supply chain data pointed to a 7-inch Kindle Fire 2 with a 1,024x600 display and no camera, and another featuring a 1,280x800 display and a camera, both of which would be ready for August. He also suggested that another 7-inch Kindle Fire 2 tablet featuring a 1,280x800 display, camera and 4G will begin production in September, followed by larger 8.9-inch Kindle Fire 2 variant kitted out with a 1,920x1,200 display, which Shim revealed is set for production later in the year.
by Kitty Fields 2 years ago
So I've worked on my novel for the past 3 years, finally buckled down and finished it this year. Just recently published it on Amazon Kindle, and I'm so very excited about it. The thing is, I don't know how to promote myself in the best way. And I don't have a ton of $$$ to spend on website design...
by Emma 8 years ago
Don't you just love that we don't get commissions for Kindle book sales? I'd love to know what the excuse for that is. Every time I see one of those zero commission sales in my reports I want to scream. I never link to the Kindle versions of books. Buy paper!! Down with electronic reading devices!...
by vinner 5 years ago
Will amazon tablet Kindle Fire be a threat for iPad?
by GH Price 6 years ago
I'm getting Kindle Fire. Do you have any advice?I was wondering if any of you have learned anything by trial and error that could help me jump start my experience? I just got a smart phone for the first time in January, so the tablet is a huge step for me.
by FaithDream 5 years ago
I'm considering buying Amazon's Kindle Fire. Would you recommend it?
by CMHypno 8 years ago
Got an email to say that Amazon are going to pay commission on Kindle books - good news!
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