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With each week that passes, we get new rumors of an Amazon tablet arriving soon, yet we still have yet to hear anything official from the company itself, well, according to The Next Web, it looks like that announcement might be here soon. It has been reported that a number of users have been granted access to a redesigned Amazon website that features a cleaner, less cluttered, and tablet-friendly appearance.
The site’s blue menus and buttons are gone, replaced by a elegant looking white, grey and orange navigation bar which makes navigation easier, especially on tablets (not everybody has thin, slender fingers to hit tiny links). Other improvements have been made throughout the site, though the product pages haven’t changed drastically.No word on when the redesigned site will be made available to everybody, but the revamped website sure falls in line with rumors about the tablet’s October release. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see. Any of you gained access to the new site yet? What do you think of it?
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