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E-books are one of the gifts star for Christmas and Amazon trumpets. The new Kindle 3 G has surpassed the book of J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows as the biggest-selling product in the history of Amazon. Amazon does not give specific figures but says that it is the top selling product in history for an online store. From Amazon say that Christmas day was the busiest shopping day in its section of electronic books, with figures exceeding the 9 million copies purchased, more books Kindle than on any other day in history. The founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos also said that the company is also seeing that many people who bought Kindle prefer this device to a tablet.

According to reports, customers use their LCD tablets for games, movies and to surf on the web and its Kindle for reading sessions. They say that they prefer Kindle to read, because it weighs less, eliminates the concern by battery life and It reduces eye fatigue. In addition, Bezos ensures that 139 dollars which costs Kindle is a key factor since it is low enough so that people don’t have to choose. In terms of devices, the Kindle (Wi-Fi), Kindle 3 G and the iPod Touch 8 GB from Apple were the best-selling products. Kindle wins the competition for the iPad and the Galaxy Tab Amazon, which has a policy not to divulge exact figures for sales of the Kindle and e-books, said that the most recent version of its e-reader has been the product of better sales in its history. We have seen that a lot of people buying the Kindle also has Tablet PC, said the Chief Executive of Amazon, Jeff Bezos. Analysts have said that readers like the Kindle and the Nook from Barnes & Noble Inc electronic may face competition from Tablet PCs among readers who prefer a product designed especially for reading.

Customers said that they used the Tablet PC for games, movies and internet browsing, and the Kindle to read, said kisses. Amazon, the largest retail over the internet in the world, said that sales of digital books to Kindle broke a record at Christmas. Several Barnes & Noble stores reported that their stocks of the Nook reader ran out during the weekend. Shares of Amazon fell 1.42 dollars, or 0.8 percent, to 181,16 dollars.

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