Amazon Finally Unveils Kindle Fire HD & HDX Tablets in Australia
It's a great day for you if you are looking latest versions of Amazon's Kindle devices. The e-commerce tycoon is launching the Kindle Fire HD and HDX in Australia, just after the Kindle Paperwhite release in the country. As things often go in the continent, the tablets take notably more than their counterparts in the US: the Kindle Fire HD, which is currently available at retailers Dick Smith and Big W, offers at AU$189 (US$176). The 7-inch Fire HDX will land on November 26th, with its basic model for AU$329 (US$306), while the 8.9-inch HDX will arrive on December tenth and starts at AU$479 (US$445).
Not only this but Amazon also launched the Australian Kindle Store curated particularly for the Australian customers, which features works from local publishers. At last, Kindle Direct Publishing is now active on the Amazon AU site, empowering indie authors to offer their work in the place that is known for kangaroos, koalas and Chris Hemsworth.
Armed with a powerful processor and Amazon's exhaustive content library, the Kindle Fire HDX delivers incredible value for its price, especially for Amazon
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The latest Kindle tablet comes with an improved display, and 24-hour, on-call technical support at the touch of a button.