There is still a lot to know about the KF2 though. Will it have Bluetooth support, are they sticking with 8GB of memory and most importantly for the developing community, what processor are they going to use.
While there are a lot of Amazon lovers out there and the Kindle Fire is a great little tablet, how will it compete with the Nexus 7 tablet? For true Android enthusiasts there won’t be a doubt in their mind for which $200 tablet they would rather have. Why go through all the trouble of hacking the KF2 if they can a pure Google Experience ready to rock out of the box for the same price. It should be an interesting rest of the year in the tablet world.
What do you guys think? Does Amazon have a large enough followers dedicated to their apps and services to sell the KF2 in enough volume to matter, or will Google dominate them and push their sales down?