Amazon has reportedly upped their Kindle Fire orders with supplies to to more than 5 million before the end of the year. The Kindle Fire is starting to ship next week on November 15.
So why is Walmart not offering a sub-$300 Tablet deal on the Motorola Xoom or Galaxy Tab? As I outlined in this report yesterday, I expect most Android HoneyComb Tablets to sell for less $300 in the next weeks. Staples for instance will sell the Acer Iconia Tablet for $299 on Black Friday. Walmart might stay away from offering Android Tablet deals as they might not be confident that they really would drive sales. Walmart did though adopt another consumer electronics trend in their Black Friday Ad. The retailer offers 3D TV deals.
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Luigi Lugmayr Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years
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