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Amazon Prime membership has been around since 2012, and it’s one of the top paid services in the world for most people, and its popularity is increasing.

Now, it seems Amazon is trying to get a foothold in the e-book publishing world, too.

The company announced its newest Prime service, called Kindle Fire HD, on Thursday, and the Kindle Fire is coming out next week.

It’ll include a $100 price point, and Amazon says the HD model will come with a 10GB of cloud storage, a 4K display, a 5GHz WiFi radio, and a 4G LTE network.

Amazon says you’ll also get access to Prime Music, which will be a subscription service that offers access to music from Amazon’s catalog, as well as movies, TV shows, and more.

In addition to that, Amazon also says the new Fire HD will be compatible with Amazon Fire tablets.

So, you’ll be able to download books from your tablet and play them on the HD screen on the Fire HD.

It’s unclear if the new Kindle Fire will also come with an e-reader, though the company says it will be on the way.

This is a good time to be a Kindle Fire owner.

The price is $100, and there’s plenty of space for you to read books and games with the new HD model.

It also has a good selection of books, so if you’re a reader you’ll probably want to pick up the Kindle Unlimited, which also has an HD model for $99.

You’ll also find Kindle Books, Kindle eBooks, Kindle magazines, and Kindle books.

Amazon Prime will come to other devices, too, including the Kindle 3, Kindle 3x, Kindle 4, Kindle Edge, Kindle Fire, and Fire HD tablets.

Amazon also has the Kindle for PC, the Kindle 2, Kindle 1, and others.

If you’re still on the fence about whether you should get a Kindle or an HD Kindle Fire bookmarks this year, Amazon’s new service should help you decide.