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After months of speculation, Amazon.com today finally took the wraps off its long-awaited Android tablet, the Kindle Fire. With a 7-inch touch screen, it offers access to movies, TV shows, music, e-books, email, a web browser and cloud storage, in addition to Android apps and games.

We can debate whether it’s technically a direct competitor to the iPad, but there’s no question that many people will give it serious consideration as an alternative to the popular Apple device, particularly given Kindle Fire’s $199 price — even lower than the $250 that had been expected.

Then again, the Kindle Fire is hardly the only tablet out there.

We’re curious to hear how this changes the buying psychology for all of you, if it does. Which tablet do you plan to buy Help us take the temperature of the tech community by voting in our poll below. (You can vote for more than one.)

After you vote, feel free to fill us in on your reasoning in the comments below.

 

 

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