Those who purchased the Kindle with Special Offers version of Amazon's e-reader can now expunge the ads for a one-time fee of $30.
Amazon says that, while its new Kindle e-reader has both 3G and Wi-Fi capability, web browsing can only be done via Wi-Fi.
At $200, the Fire looks tempting as an Internet machine. But will it fit the bill for professional use?
Following extended eyes-on time, here are a few thoughts on where Amazon's new Kindle Fire fits into the tablet landscape.
Amazon enters the tablet wars with the well-priced Kindle Fire, and ups the e-reader market ante with new, more-capable Kindle e-readers.