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SOURCE: Those Tech Guys
Kindle Fire HD is now the number one most gifted item for Christmas according to Amazon.com. The team at ThoseTechGuys.com discovered this story while preparing for its Black Friday review to help those searching for the top Christmas gifts to purchase in 2012.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 25, 2012
Amazon.com is the largest U.S. retailer and for good reason. The data that is collected, analyzed and used by Amazon helps this retailer to identify current trends as well as pinpoint the most gifted items for all occasions. The ThoseTechGuys.com team discovered that Amazon now lists its Kindle Fire HD 7" as its number one most gifted item for the 2012 season.
This item has spent more than 80 days at the top of the best sellers list in the electronics category. Those Tech Guys has reported this announcement in its latest Black Friday review published online.
The Kindle series was released in 2007 and included a black and white screen and one expandable memory card slot. The technology that Amazon has used to upgrade the Kindle series now includes high definition video, bigger storage capacity and a faster Wi-Fi connection.
The retail list price for the new Kindle Fire HD 7" is currently $199 online. The public attention that the Kindle has received in its relatively short 7-year production run has been covered by media outlets worldwide.
The size of the storage space is one element that was covered by Those Tech Guys. A 16 GB version as well as a larger 32 GB version is offered. This new increase in storage is in direct response to the faster music and streaming video downloads now available.
The first versions of the Kindle used WhisperNet to deliver downloads. The Internet browser now included allows direct downloads of content from online sources apart from Amazon.
The published ThoseTechGuys.com review reported that the Kindle Fire HD sold out shortly after its September 2012 launch. Some media reports expect this new tablet to sell out before the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping season is through. According to Amazon, the Kindle Fire HD is still in stock and will remain ready to ship for all holiday orders.
The larger screen size and increased resolution are two elements that have helped to create more demand for the newest version of the Kindle. The 1280x800 HD display allows for the first time in a tablet the ability to stream in true high definition over the Internet. The faster connection speeds are expected to be increased with next edition of the Kindle Fire in 2013.
The ThoseTechGuys.com original review reported that shipping is included in the price when purchased directly from Amazon.com. This shipping incentive is one of the things that has helped the Kindle become the number one most gifted item for the Christmas season.
The original published review and pricing report is scheduled to be updated as new information is released from Amazon about stock status and price changes. The Cyber Monday sales of the Kindle Fire HD 7" tablet is expected to keep the Kindle in the best selling spot on Amazon through the remainder of the 2012 holiday season.
About Those Tech Guys
Those Tech Guys was first launched in 2010 as a basic reviews website. This new and improved online resource is helping average consumers to learn about new products and pricing information that can be difficult to find online. An expert team of researchers and writers scour the Internet and retail sources to bring the best deals to the public. Those Tech Guys staff includes electronics lovers as well as general hobby enthusiasts. The product information, tips and strategies for shoppers that are offered by this company is designed to help people make smarter shopping decisions. A redesign is currently underway at http://www.thosetechguys.com.
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