New Amazon tablets cheaper and larger in size
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/11/2012 -- At the time of intense competition between two technology giants like Apple and Samsung, the American multinational electronic commerce company, Amazon, jumps into the challenge with a new edition of their product at the most competitive price.
In a move to challenge Apple with their iPad, Amazon introduced a series of new kindle tablets and electronic readers which are all assembled around the rich ecosystem of Amazon’s movies, books and other content. The move from Amazon of unveiling their new Kindle tablet came days ahead of the press gathering organized by Apple, which is considered as a key strike to the technology elite.
While introducing the new Kindle tablet on September 6, 2012, CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, emphasized that this new product will provide a unique and exceptional user experience to its customers as the company wants the users to enjoy the best service possible.
"I want our devices to be services and not gadgets. We want to have the best ecosystem of content. The hardware device is a crucial component. You do need the best Wi-Fi, the very fast processor, graphics engine and gorgeous display. All those things are part of the service. But you can't stop there,"
The most impressive feature of Amazon’s first full-fledged electronic book and tablet is its price. The price of the tablet was set aggressively as customers will get the new Kindle, which almost has the same screen size as iPad, for $200 less compared to Apple’s iPad. Amazon admitted that they are not planning to earn a lot of money with the new edition of their tablet, in fact they want to hook up the users to a vast library of movies, music and e-books and hope to rank in the money from there.
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