The world of tablets are segregated mainly into two different parties – one that runs on the Android operating system, while the other would be iOS-powered, the famous iPad from Apple. Well, Amazon has had a pretty good run so far with their tablets, and has just introduced the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9” in Europe as well as Japan, not to mention rolling out a price cut, too.
Yes sir, the tablet from Amazon that has the largest display and highest resolution so far is now available to our friends living across both sides of the pond, hitting UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain for Europe and in the Land of the Rising Sun. Not only that, folks who have had an eye on the Kindle Fire HD 8.9” for the longest time and yet did not drop any coin for it so far due to financial reasons will be pleased to hear that Amazon has dropped the price of the Kindle Fire HD 8.9” in the US, where the Wi-Fi model will now retail for $269 while the 4G version starts from $399. [Press Release]
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