Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos announced four new Kindles Wednesday, including the company’s first touchscreen color tablet called the Kindle Fire, which is based on the Android OS. There’s a new keyboardless Kindle to replace the older model that starts at $79, two all-new E-ink touch Kindles–the Kindle Touch and its 3G counterpart–whose pricing starts at $99 and $149.
Also announced: The highly-anticipated Kindle Fire, a 7-inch media-consumption tablet costing $199, which caters to content from Amazon’s stores with their movies, TV shows, music, books, magazines, apps, and games. Click through for all the details.
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