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Amazon Keeping New Kindles For Itself At First

10/03/2011 12:01:00 AM Eastern

NEW YORK – The three new Amazon Kindle ereaders
and the Kindle Fire tablet will be available
initially on the Amazon site but will later roll out to retail
partners, an Amazon spokesperson told TWICE.

Retailers other than Amazon already offer the current
generation of Kindle e-readers.

One of the first dealers to add the new devices
will be Best Buy, which said it will make the $79
e-reader available in its stores in early October. It’s
available for pre-order now.

The retailer said pre-orders for the two touchscreen-
equipped e-readers and for the Kindle Fire
tablet will be announced in coming weeks.

All four products will be available at all Best Buy
and Best Buy Mobile stores for the holidays, the retailer

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