Target announced in April that it had said it will start offering the e-reader in all of its stores nationwide starting June 6.at select U.S. stores. Less than two months later, the company has
Target, the first brick-and-mortar retailer to carry the Kindle, said the "response to Kindle has been overwhelmingly positive." The device retails for $259, the same price as the Kindle online.
Target's decision to sell the Kindle nationwide comes a couple months after news that, the Barnes & Noble Nook. Barnes & Noble's device, which also goes for $259, just made news when the book retailer announced it was offering a with any Nook eBook Reader purchase at Best Buy and Barnes & Noble outlets.
Although gift cards or price cuts don't seem to be in the Kindle's future, recent reports suggest thatwith better display quality in August. So far, the company hasn't confirmed that such a device will be released.