Amazon Kindle Fire

The Amazon’s Kindle Fire is a tablet computer version of's Kindle e-book reader. Announced on 28 September 2011, the Amazon’s Kindle Fire has a color 7" multi-touch display with IPS technology and runs a forked version of Google's Android operating system. The device—which includes access to the Amazon Appstore, (but not to Google's Android Market) streaming movies and TV shows, and Kindle's e-books—was released on November 15, 2011.
The Amazon’s Kindle Fire retails for US$199. Estimates of the device's initial bill of materials ranged from $150 to $190, with one analyst estimating a total production cost of $201.70. Analysts have projected the device to be a strong competitor to Apple's iPad, and that other Android device makers will suffer lost sales. Amazon's business strategy is to make money on the selling of digital content on the Fire, rather than through the device itself.
The Amazon’s Kindle Fire's external dimensions are 7.5×4.7×0.45 inch (190×120×11 mm), with the visible area of the screen a little smaller than a standard 4×6" photograph.
Customers began receiving their Amazon’s Kindle Fires on November 15, 2011, and in the following December, customers purchased over 1 million Kindle devices per week. Analysts had estimated that over 6 million Amazon Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets would be sold in the fourth quarter of 2011.