Amazon Kindle Fire could be the savior of non-Apple tablets. It could as well be the worthy competitor iPad is looking for. Since the Kindle Fire has opened up for pre-order, there have been some heavy bookings if rumors are to be believed. Now we have some screenshots, which could turn out to be a hoax, but it can as well be true. If anyone can do it, then it is Amazon.
As per a screenshot leaked to CultofAndroid, 50,000 Kindle Fire’s are being booked every day and there are a quarter million Kindle Fire’s already pre-booked. At this rate of 50,000 units per day, Amazon might have to ship 2.5 million Kindle Fire’s come November 15, 2011.
To put things into perspective, 1 million iPads were sold in the first month and 300,000 units went off the shelves on the first day.
Amazon sure has some serious sales outlet going on through its Amazon.com website. Amazon was careful to use the Kindle brand name too because Kindle Fire is more a media tablet than it is a eReading Kindle.
Amazon, Kindle, Cloud and rest of the content are propelling Amazon Kindle Fire to a cult status now.
Though Kindle Fire and iPad are targeting different ends of the consumer spectrum, Apple has a thing or two to worry about. The other Android tablets don’t have anything worry about though. They don’t stand a chance against Fire.