Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Day 7: Amazon Tablet Headlines

5 Reasons the New Amazon Kindle Tablet is a Very Real Threat to the Apple iPad
The rumors are true. Amazon is working on a tablet computer—currently called the Kindle Tablet—that will be released later this year. After months of speculation, Tech Crunch got an up-close-and-personal look at the Android-powered device that Amazon has created with the goal of competing with the Apple iPad 2, the BlackBerry PlayBook, and a host of other tablet computers in mind.

4 Details Amazon Must Nail With New Kindle Tablet to Make Apple Sweat (A Little)
The Kindle tablet is coming. (You may have heard a little about this.) Amazon's just redesigned its main website with changes that make it more tablet-friendly, and one writer is even claiming to have used the device. It's believed to cost "hundreds" less than the iPad does, and this alone has excited the tech world with the idea that it could be the first big rival to Apple's machine. But if it is to grab a market share, Amazon absolutely has to get other things right.
Amazon Tablet Set to Battle iPad in Fall
All indicators point to Amazon readying a tablet for this year. And according to a report by the Wall Street Journal today, the online retail giant will introduce its first color offering "before October," according to unnamed sources.

Amazon’s $249 Tablet Could Shake Up the TV Business may soon begin marketing a $249 tablet computer -- a product that could threaten Apple's (NAS:AAPL) iPad and provide a jolt for pay TV distributors looking to distribute multiplatform to subscribers.

Amazon’s Kindle Tablet is Very Real
It’s called simply the “Amazon Kindle”. But it’s not like any Kindle you’ve seen before. It displays content in full color. It has a 7-inch capacitive touch screen. And it runs Android.


  1. Wild, Amazon is definitly out to monopolize the market.

  2. Sidney, you are right and I'm such an Amazon geek...I can't wait for that Tablet.