Kindle Fire 2
By paying $15, you can get rid of the ads that will plague all the new Amazon Kindle Fires.
The latest Kindle Fires from Amazon will be running an older version of Android.
When Amazon first showed off the Kindle Fire HD for the at their September 6 press conference, they announced that their tablets would feature standard "Special Offers," forcing users to watch ads in order to view content on the device.
After the Paperwhite and Kindle Fire HD 7" and 8.9" models were announced, tech journalists were let loose to test out the new devices.
Here's a run through of the two most attractive $199 tablets on the market.
At Amazon's Thursday press conference, the company unveiled the new Kindle Fire HD, Paperwhite book reader, and an updated version of the basic Kindle, increasing their market shares by 1 percent in Friday's premarket trading.
Amazon's press conference today that should reveal the Kindle Fire 2 will be held in Santa Monica, Calif.
If Amazon decides to release an ad-supported Kindle Fire 2, the company could offer the cheapest 7-inch Android tablet on the market.
Website TheVerge claims to have gotten its hands on an image of a Kindle Fire 2.
Both the Kindle Fire and Kindle Touch have sold out, potentially signaling the approach of the Kindle Fire 2 or a new illumined e-ink device during Amazon's September 6 conference.
This holiday season will offer the largest variety of quality tablets and smartphones to date.
It seems as though a new Nook tablet may take on the Kindle Fire 2 this fall, says a source close to Barnes & Noble.
As a result of an expanded partnership between Amazon and NBC, several of the studio's TV series are now available on Amazon Prime Instant Video Service. The induction of such TV shows as "Battlestar Galactica," "Heroes," "Parenthood," Friday Night Lights," and "Parks and Recreation" to Amazon's service comes on the heel of a 40% year-to-date rise in Amazon's stock.
With the Kindle Fire 2 and iPad Mini looming just over the horizon, which one should you be looking out for?
Amazon has invited to the press to an event on September 6 in Santa Monica, Calif. No details were provided, but this could be the unveiling of the Kindle Fire 2.