(PRWEB) February 14, 2013
Kindle Fire HD 8.9 was one of the most gifted items for the Christmas holiday in 2012. Amazon has not discounted pricing for this tablet since Black Friday. Mingya has created a new blog post that reveals the unadvertised sale pricing for this tablet online. This discount is expected to help individuals searching for one of the lowest prices currently available for the Kindle Fire.
As a competitor to Apple, Amazon created the first edition of it's Kindle tablet in 2007. This early edition included a black and white display and was largely used to read electronic books.
Over five years of development helped Amazon to create it's newest high-definition series that is now second in sales volume, in the tablets industry. The HD editions have now surpassed the display found on earlier editions, and this has contributed to the popularity according to the new blog post.
Amazon set the current retail price for the HD series at $299 although discounts can be found. Part of the information that is included in the latest blog post provides immediate discount information to help consumers get the best online deals. The Mingya company has followed the sales trends for this tablet since it's September 2012 launch.
While the smaller 7-inch is one alternative, the full streaming video resolution for the 8.9 was found to be one of the most requested features by consumers who currently own this tablet according to the Mingya new blog post.
The researchers for this website have revealed several discounts over the past six months from many top online retailers. Online shoppers who hold out to find the largest discounts can sometimes come up short due to unadvertised sales and options to locate sale prices.
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The Mingya company was founded in 2012 and is comprised of a team of editors and researchers now supplying helpful consumer reviews and reports for online shoppers. The information that is supplied by this company is updated regularly as new discounts and sales information is acquired by company staff.