Amazon announced the release date of the Kindle Fire Tuesday morning, along with the new decreased prices of regular Kindle devices.
Costing less than Apple’s iPad, the Kindle Fire is being listed at $199 and boasts thousands of books, movies, songs, magazines and newspapers available to users’ fingertips thanks to its web browser Amazon Silk.
Critics and possible users are already analyzing the products pros and cons. While it doesn’t have 3G like the iPad, the Kindle Fire doesn’t have to worry about storage space. It has the Amazon Cloud, where users can store everything, for free.