Amazon.com has released four new Kindle Fires as the company prepares for tablet war in the industry.
The company unveiled two versions featuring a larger 8.9-inch screen amid speculation Apple looks set to reveal a smaller iPad in October, along with a basic 7-inch model and an upgrade of the existing Kindle Fire.
CEO Jeff Bezos says the new 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD will possess a 1,920 by 1,200 pixel resolute, offering 254 pixels per inch with a laminated touch sensor screen to reduce glare by 25%.
Costing US$299 through pre-order, the device also comes in a 32GB version with 4G connectivity aptly named Kindle Fire HD with 4G LTE ($499.).
Both models will be available for pre-order on November 20, with the company offering an additional $10 credit for the Amazon Appstore.
Amazon also revealed a 7-inch alteration of the tablet, while upgrading the current same-sized model with a faster processor, double the RAM and a longer batter life.
Prices dropped from $199 to $159 for the product with Amazon taking orders today with a scheduled shipment date of September 14.
The company hopes the new releases will boost their efforts to take a sizable chunk of the tablet market away from rivals Apple, who will announce their biggest second half product launch next week.
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