Amazon curtails sales of Kindle DX
The e-book reader is still being sold through third parties but is no longer available directly from Amazon.
Amazon seems to have pulled the plug on its Kindle DX.
A peek at the product's Web site shows that Amazon is no longer directly selling the DX. Only used versions are up for grabs from third-party resellers, at prices ranging from $230 to $350.
There's no indication from Amazon as to whether new supplies are on their way. But it's unlikely. The current DX is already more than two years old, and when new models were unveiled.
CNET contacted Amazon for comment and will update the story when we receive more information.
The retailer's tablet lineup features the $159 Kindle Fire, the $199 Kindle Fire HD, the $299 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD, and the $499 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD 8.9 with 4G.