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Thursday, 12 July 2012 10:05

Amazon Kindle Fire coming to the UK

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Retailers jump the gun


It appears that the launch of Google's Nexus 7 is a painful thorn in Amazon's pride as its Kindle Fire is now on route for the UK, according to a post over at the The Inq.

Two retailers, part of the Dixons Retail group, has disclosed info that Amazon's Kindle Fire is predicted to be in a top 10 best-selling Christmas gifts of 2012. Of course, predicting something to be a big hit on Christmas sounds pretty hilarious, but a representative told The Inquirer that it should be on sale around October.

Same two retailers are predicting that Google's Nexus 7 will actually outsell the Kindle Fire during Christmas.

Unfortunately, the price or the precise date have not been announced.

More here.

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