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    Amazon’s first Android tablet will come cheap

    Amazon’s first Android tablet will come cheap

     

     

    Amazon’s tablet offerings will reportedly feature the Android operating system

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    Amazon’s upcoming Android tablet will soon launch in September or October, and will be aggressively priced to smash iPad.

    Reports back in may indicated that Amazon was working on 2 tablets, the entry-level dual-core “Coyote” and the high-end quad-core “Hollywood”.  At least one of them is expected to be unveiled in the coming weeks.

    Amazon’s tablet offerings will reportedly feature the Android operating system, perhaps heavily customized, along with deep integration of several Amazon services such as the Amazon Appstore, the Kindle eBook store, Amazon’s Cloud Drive service and others.

    Look for more gadget news on Amazon’s first Android tablet shortly.

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