Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer and the producer of Kindle Fire tablet computer has just released a news concerning Kindle Fire. Kindle Fire is now completely sold out forever and you can no longer buy one.
Kindle Fire which is the most successful product launch in the history of Amazon, and gathered over 10,000 5-star consumer reviews which has been the number one best-selling product across the millions of items available on Amazon.com, is now sold out. Amazon Kindle Fire captured about 22% of tablet sales in the U.S., and was completely sold out in just nine months since it was launched. Kindle Fire was also CNET 10 most successful products in 2011.
While Amazon hasn’t announced any new hardware tablet available yet as an alternative to the Kindle Fire, there is a speculation that there would be a new Kindle Fire, which can be called Kindle Fire 2.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com Founder and CEO, stated in their press release news about Kindle Fire is now sold out, that:
Amazon will continue to offer their customers the best hardware, the best prices, the best customer service, the best cross-platform interoperability, and the best content ecosystem.
While Amazon has chosen not to continue manufacturing Kindle fire, it seems like there would be a Kindle Fire 2 ready to be announced? Well for now; don’t get your hopes high as there is still no official news for this coming from Amazon, and at this time, no official statement why they discontinued building and manufacturing Kindle Fire.
Amazon will be holding an event next week on September 6, and maybe this event can provide answers as to why they will not be making any Kindle Fire. For now, we’ll just wait and see what will happen next. Kindle Fire is sold out forever and your chances of getting one are only though sellers that want to sell their Amazon Kindle Fire. Would there be a Kindle Fire 2? Let’s wait for their upcoming event and find that one out.
Source: Amazon.com PR
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