In addition to the Kindle Fire tablet, Amazon has announced a new lineup of three e-ink readers for 2011 to replace the current Kindle released in 2010.
Each of the non-Fire Kindles is available at different pricing depending on whether you want "special offers" advertising. The prices shown are for the "special offers" versions; the premium to avoid advertising is $30 for the Kindle and Kindle Touch, and $40 for the Kindle Touch 3G.
The Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G incorporate a touch screen, cost $99 and $149 respectively (with special offers), and look basically identical. There are no physical buttons on the device; those slits at bottom conceal a speaker.