Amazon Kindle Fire
Now, it's official. Amazon's Kindle Fire makes it's way into the highly competitive tablet market for those of you looking to read your favorite books and magazines on the go.
The Kindle Fire will be the the first of it's kind to feature a 7" color screen and powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor with 8GB of memory. The display will run at 1024 x 600 resolution with an estimated battery life of about 7 hours.
Unfortunately, the Kindle Fire will be missing some crucial tablet features that we have became accustomed to. There will be no 3G connectivity, on screen key board or onboard camera and microphone. The Kindle Fire will come with the Android 2.3 operating system as well. It'll have "a fresh and easy-to-use interface" that hooks in closely with its catalogue of music, video and text content.
The Kindle Fire is expected to be released in the US on 15 November for a price of $199.