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The release brings the private social-networking experience to Amazon's Android-forked tablets.
It's new, not refurbished, and there's more icing on the cake: You also get a $40 Staples gift card.
The Guardian also reports on a 9.7-inch iPad with a Lightning connector and compatibility with U.K.'s Everything Everywhere 4G network.
There's no mystery left now that stores have released their ads weeks early. But there are at least a few bargains worth chasing.
HP's latest notebook to run Google's no-frills software, the Chromebook 11, has had its price slashed from £230 to £200 on Amazon.
That's the same price as a new non-touch-screen Kindle. The warranty may be shorter, but the touch features definitely offset the risk.
In case you're keeping score, that's a full $200 less than Apple's 8-inch tablet. How does it compare? On paper, surprisingly well.
It's refurbished, but at least you don't have to deal with any rebates. And except for taxes and fees, phone service is free for life.
Bezos tells the BBC what most analysts already figured out: At best Amazon breaks even on the latest Kindle hardware.
Want your kids or other people to use your tablet without full access, in the same way you can restrict them on a Mac or PC? Amazon beats other tablets by being the first to offer this in the new Kindle Fires.