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Amazon's New $199 Kindle Fire Tablet Is A Cloud Music Player Too

image from s.wsj.net This morning Amazon introduced it's much anticipated Kindle Fire tablet. (click on image to enlarge.), Priced at just $199 and shipping on November 15th, Jeff Bezo's announcement also included some features that should  provide a boost for Amazon's fledgling cloud based music locker service.

The Details:

Using Wifi, the Kindle Fire comes with free Amazon cloud storage which it synch's to automatically. Using the fast dual core processor, Bezos played Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" while showcasing how users could listen to music on the Kindle Fore while also reading books on the device. "We're building premium products at non-premium prices," Bezos said.

Also announced today: $99 (Wifi) and $149 (3G) Kindle Touch -  new b&w touch screen Kindle with no keyboard and enhanced features,  a simplified non-touch screen Kindle available now for $79 with no keyboard and just a few navigation buttons.

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