The retailer has previously leaked details of its Black Friday deals by showing its multi-page ad online, but it appears that it has different ideas for 2013.
A local Best Buy employee showed off some of this year’s deals, including the $99 Kindle Fire HD 7-inch tablet, to the Little Rock, Arkansas TV station.
The report mentioned that the slate usually retails for $199.99, which presumably means that the offer is for the 16GB edition (the 8GB model comes in at $139 ordinarily).
The Kindle Fire HD was essentially replaced by a newer and cheaper version (it now starts from $139) when Amazon announced the new 7-inch and 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX tablets in [...]
The latest to be broken is Kobo's Glo, which has has been tweaked to run a full version of Android by a user on MobileRead's forums.
It was relatively easy, as the Glo shares a lot of DNA with the previously-cracked Tolino Shine. Naturally, the hack gives you Google Play access, so it's entirely possible to install the Kindle app on the reader.
But remember — you'd be breaking a lot of hearts over at Kobo towers if you do.
The online retail giant announced on Monday that the Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX 7 and $69 Kindle eReader would be eligible for a 15% discount when used with the promo code “ThnksFAA” at the checkout. The promotion is for one-day only however so interested buyers will need to act fast.
“We’ve been fighting for our customers on this issue for years, and we are thrilled by the FAA’s recent decision — this is a big win for customers," said Amazon VP Drew Herdener in a statement.
"Delta and JetBlue have already started flights with the new rules — we’re excited to see which airlines are next.”
Now he's knocked $50 off that estimate.
Speaking to analysts today following Intel's quarterly earnings release, Krzanich said he expects $99 tablets, $299 Haswell (Intel's latest microprocessor) laptops, and $349 2-in-1 hybrid tablets and laptops.
Last month Intel touted the arrival of Bay Trail, its latest member of the Atom microprocessor family designed for tablets.
Two years ago, Amazon shook up the tablet world when it released its first Kindle Fire tablet for a breakthrough $199 price.
One of the things iFixit likes about the Kindle Fire HD is that you can open the case and start pulling out the internal bits without any special tools.
The battery could be relatively easy to replace — assuming you can find someone selling a spare 16.43 Whr battery designed to fit in the tablet case.
The glass panel is also easy to separate from the display, which should make it relatively easy to replace a cracked screen without ordering an expensive new LCD panel, although you may need a heat gun to melt some of the adhesive glue holding it in place.