The Kindle is lighter, smaller, and faster than previous models with a weight less than 6 ounces. The E-Ink display is the most advanced yet and reads like actual paper. New features on the Kindle include built-in Wi-Fi, a book selection of more than 800,000 titles retailing for $9.99 or less, and a feature that allows you to borrow Kindle books from your local public library. The price for the new Kindle is $79.
The Kindle Touch has all of the features of the regular Kindle, plus a sleeker design that allows you to store up to 3,000 books, touch-screen access, a text-to-speech feature, and the ability to access audiobooks and MP3s. The price for the Kindle Touch will be $99.
The Kindle Touch 3G comes with free 3G wireless that requires no annual contracts or monthly fees and will allow you to download books anywhere around the world without Wi-Fi, as well as all of the features of the regular Kindle Touch. The price for the Kindle Touch 3G will be $149.
The Kindle Fire is the most advanced model Amazon has yet released. In addition to a vibrant color touchscreen with extra-wide viewing angle and a fast and powerful dual-core processor, the Fire also offers access to 18 million movies, TV shows, songs, magazines, and books. You also have the Amazon Appstore with thousands of popular apps and games for sale at your disposal, the Amazon Silk ultra-fast web browsing feature, and free cloud storage for all your Amazon content. Amazon Prime members can also enjoy unlimited, instant streaming of over 10,000 popular movies and TV shows. The price for the Kindle Fire will be $199.
The new Kindle is available now. The Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G will be released on November 21, 2011. The Kindle Fire will be released on November 15, 2011. Pre-order is available now for the November releases.