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Kindle Fire HD 8.9 launched in Europe and Japan, gets permanent price cut in the USA

Engadget - Amazon today launched its largest slate, the Kindle Fire HD 8.9, in Europe (the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain, to be exact) and Japan, where it's been up for pre-order since late last month. That's not all, though, as Amazon says having to make more 8.9-inch tabs for those markets has cut production costs, and the savings are being passed on to US customers in the form of a price cut.

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Amazon Now Offering Kindle Fire HDX on Interest Free Holiday Payment Plan

Maximum PC: Amazon is making one last effort to sell more Kindle Fire HDX tablets this holiday shopping season by offering buyers an extended payment plan free of interest. The way it works is rather simple -- you pay 25 percent of the retail cost at checkout, and the remaining balance is billed in three equal installments every 90 days. There are no finance charges, hidden fees, credit check, or application process to go through.

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gizmig3872d ago

Amazon making their full efforts to sell Kindle Fire HDX.:P

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PSA: Save $20 on an Amazon Kindle Fire HD for Father's Day

Maximum PC: Father's Day is only a couple of weeks away, and one way to celebrate the occasion is by getting your dad a gift. You could go with a tie (again) or some other piece of clothing, take him out to dinner, or wait for us to finalize our gift guide (hang tight, it's coming). One of the items that has a high chance of making the list is Amazon's Kindle Fire HD, and if you' don't procrastinate, you can save yourself $20 with the purchase of one.

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Kindle Fire HD 8.9" Coming to AT&T Stores on April 5

Examiner: Amazon is getting ready to release its Kindle Fire HD 8.9" to AT&T retail stores on April 5, which will use the carrier's 4G LTE network.

The 32GB tablet will be able to net the Kindle Fire HD ($399) for a limited time cost of $249 with a 2-year data plan agreement.

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