Kindle Fire just won’t stop growing. And even if that’s very good news for Amazon, we are hearing reports of people being actually worried that they will be left out in the cold with no Fire to heat up their living rooms for Christmas. One solution is that they reconsider and go out to buy a Barnes&Noble Nook Tablet instead. Nooks have been doing great as well, feeding the apparently growing need for 7-inch tablets of the population.
Yes, as it turns out shipment records agree that the demand for 7-inch tablets panels has grown about 17% in November, surpassing the demand for 9.7 inch displays. The Kindle is sold at $199, an aspect that prompted experts to say that the low price tag of Kindle Fire is the real fuel to its high demand. Surely this must be the answer, as it comes at half the price as the iPad, so we shouldn’t be amazed that it has climbed the highest peaks even before it was officially ready to be purchased back in November 15.Amazon even admitted Kindle Fire is their best selling product with sales growing every week.
Back to the Barnes&Nobles camp, the company is expected to cash quite a bit of revenue, after the delivery of over a million Nook Tablets and Nook Colors combined in the fourth quarter. Experts at Digitimes claimed that this happened because the demand for the 9.7-inch tablet Apple is offering on the market is failing. The reason for that could be the fact, that Apple is preparing the big launch of the next generation iPad in 2012. That should refresh the demand for Apple in no time.