Amazon, the retail giant has decided to elevate its range of Kindle tablet by launching three new models in this year 2012, with the inception of launch two new 7-inch tablets and an 8.9-inch slate towards the end of this year that would tend to target customers who are seeking a low, medium and high-end tablet PC.
It is believed that those all three models will offer transitional resolutions, as low-end 7 inch Kindle tablet will sport a 1024 x 600 resolution, along with the medium range tablet of same size offer a 1280 x 800 resolution display and last but not the least, the high-end 8.9-inch model will boast a HD display with a 1920 x 1200 resolution.
According to a report, Amazon has tie-up with the Taiwanese assemblers Quanta and Hon Hai, Prime View and Chimei Innolux for the low-cost touchscreen displays, with Chimei Innolux for the purpose of exclusive production of 7-inch touch sensors with a view to uphold the costs of low production.
Quanta already had assembled Amazon’s first tablet, the Kindle Fire which was launched last year in September in a form of tablet. Accordance to report, from the past Amazon had a wish to target the tablet market on sight possibly and this is reason it has tie-up with the Quanta to be responsible with the look and feel of the tablet.
Economic News of Taiwan says, Hon Hai will assemble the 7-inch Kindle tablet models, the lower-end (1024 x 600 resolution screen), with Quanta to be responsible for the assembling of both the medium and high-end 8.9 inch 1280 x 800 resolution tablet.
Last year in December, Amazon proclaimed that near about the Christmas weeks more than 4 million Kindle tablets have sold, and becomes one of the most selling items over the online stores in the US, the UK, Germany, France, Spain and Italy.
Though, manifesting sales statistics are not reviewed normally but Amazon declared that in December customers have bought per week “exceeded” 1 million Kindle tablets that ensure Kindle Fire, Kindle Touch and Kindle pretend to top three ranking in its sales charts in the US.