kindlefireIf you have been on the lookout for the Kindle Fire HD from Amazon, but never really meant business by purchasing one, you might want to take note that the Amazon Kindle Fire HD is now available for pre-orders in more than 170 countries, not to mention doing their bit to expand the Amazon Appstore so that folks living in nearly 200 countries will be able to take advantage of it. If you are interested in the Kindle Fire HD but never really got around to getting one, may we know what is stopping you from picking it up? You are able to place pre-orders for the 7-inch and 8.9-inch models of the Kindle Fire HD via, its UK site, France, and Amazon Germany so far, where shipments are tipped to make its way to customers from June 13th onwards.

The Kindle Fire HD was on sale in the US, select countries in Europe, and Japan previously, so this extension of a device rollout in even more countries is definitely a welcome move. Not only that, Amazon has also requested app submissions from developers so that they can distribute these in the new Appstore regions, which so happen to be usable as well on normal Android devices in addition to the Kindle Fire HD. The 7” model can be pre-ordered from $214 or the regional equivalent, while the 8.9” model will start from $284.

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