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Amazon Announces A Bunch Of New Kindle Devices

Amazon Announces A Bunch Of New Kindle Devices

By Chris Crum

Amazon made a whole bunch of Kindle-related announcements late on Wednesday, including some new devices and a new OS. New Kindles First off, Amazon unveiled its seventh-generation Kindle, the Kindle Voyage. Amazon calls this its "most advanced Kindle ever". Well, I would hope so. "Not as advanced as the last ...

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