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    Hi all,

    FYI. See link....
    Take care,

    Jay

    Amazon Kindle Fire: The math behind a subsidized tablet
    By Larry Dignan | September 29, 2011, 11:42am PDT

    Amazon Kindle Fire: The math behind a subsidized tablet | ZDNet

    Summary: For many companies, subsidizing the Kindle Tablet wouldn’t make much sense, but Amazon has unique assets. Here’s a look at the numbers.

    Amazon launched its Kindle Fire to a great amount of fanfare, but the biggest reason for the enthusiasm boils down to one word: Price.

    The e-commerce giant has obviously subsidized its $199 Kindle Fire in hopes that it can land more revenue via Amazon Prime subscriptions, sales of digital and physical goods and customer engagement
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    Good Price, I want to buy one for my son.


    Quote Originally Posted by ;3186387
    Hi all,

    FYI. See link....
    Take care,

    Jay

    Amazon Kindle Fire: The math behind a subsidized tablet
    By Larry Dignan | September 29, 2011, 11:42am PDT

    Amazon Kindle Fire: The math behind a subsidized tablet | ZDNetkindle fire covers

    Summary: For many companies, subsidizing the Kindle fire case Tablet wouldn’t make much sense, but Amazon has unique assets. Here’s a look at the numbers.

    Amazon launched its Kindle Fire to a great amount of fanfare, but the biggest reason for the enthusiasm boils down to one word: Price.

    The e-commerce giant has obviously subsidized its $199 Kindle Fire in hopes that it can land more revenue via Amazon Prime subscriptions, sales of digital and physical goods and customer engagement

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