Thursday, October 27, 2011

Kindle Fire to Outperform Ipad

Amazon’s Android operated Kindle Fire gadget has not actually gone on sale but it already seems to be the potential iPad beater. Some leaked screenshots of Amazon’s in house inventory management system indicate the above reported fact. With respect to the screenshots, Kindle Fire is being requested at a norm of about 2000 units per hour; or a total amount of 50,000 orders in a day. Five days after the announcement of the tablet, Amazon had already achieved around 250,000 orders and analyst predict that if the very same rate goes on, Amazon might receive about 2.5 million pre-orders by 15th November 2011; the day it technically goes on to sale.

And if that happens, the Amazon Kindle Fire will basically beat the iPad as well as the iPad 2 in 1st month sales.
The first version iPad was able to get 300,000 sales on its day of release - and just over one million sales in the first month, while the iPad 2 was able to get around 2.5 million sales in the first month.
Amazon will not merely conquer the iPad series, but additionally some other widespread tablets in sales such as Motorola’s Xoom and RIM’s Blackberry Playbook.
While we are articulating about Kindle Fire out-selling different tablets, we must also not neglect the fact that Kindle Fire at the moment is in its pre-ordering phase which renders it incomparable to revenues of iPad, Xoom etc; likely due to the point that pre-orders can be cancelled or rate of order might see a downfall.
Meantime, the future of Kindle Fire looks very promising. It is on track to end up being the low-price full featured competitor to the likes of iPad, Galaxy Tab as well as the HTC Flyer. These tablets are decent in their own place, but the Kindle Fire might take away the market due to its low cost.

A further selling point for the Kindle Fire may be its Amazon backed marketplace which offers you a large assortment of apps as well as other tablet related material.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Kindle Fire Details Page

The moment the Amazon Kindle Fire was announced, we concluded it was pretty striking. Who knew so many individuals desired an eBook reader?
According to the market research firm eDataSource, an appraised 95,000 preorders came in for the Kindle Fire on the first day. An additional 20,000 have been sold daily to reach a total of 215,000. Not bad.
Those numbers are only approximations. FYI, Amazon does not publish official sales numbers. Annual sales for the Kindle have been forecasted at anywhere from 500,000 in 2008 to 8 million in 2010. That's pretty staggering development, but will it maintain? By comparison the iPad sold 300,000 units it's first date of sale.
The Kindle Fire was revealed on September 28 and will sell at $199.99. The price is certainly right, but we're still balancing all the options. 
We think the Kindle Fire has the optimal chance of taking the iPad by the toes. And we love a good underdog story. Besides, our wallets could use the break. 

If we pick our electronic devices like we pick our winter apparel, then they must be workable, alluring and resilient. Is Kindle Fire the "trifecta"? Add in the highly affordable price tag and we might just be sure.

Kindle Fire Details Page