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Amazon To Offer Cut Price Kindle In Brazil

Posted at 8:06AM Friday 24 Feb 2012

With a price of R$199 — no matter what the device — Amazon would have the cheapest e-reader available in the Brazilian market, one priced less than half of some Sony readers and well below the R$799 charged for the locally produced Positivo Alfa e-reader.

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