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Friday, 16 December 2011 12:25

Amazon claims Kindles sell like hot cakes

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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1 million weekly, third week running

Amazon announced that its Kindle line of products continues to sell like hot cakes. Namely, the company claims it sells more than 1 million of Kindles weekly.

The company said:“Kindle Fire remains the #1 bestselling, most gifted and most wished for product across the millions of items available on Amazon.com since its introduction 11 weeks ago". Furthermore, Amazon claims that the line is gaining in popularity, with sales constantly growing over the past three weeks.

It’s no secret that the Fire has taken the market by surprise and Amazon is keen on meeting the demand. In fact, the company claims that it is building millions more to meet demand.

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