You can use both devices to look up information without using your hands, from news to trivia to calendar appointments, as well as play music and set reminders and alarms.
Experts say Prime Day is a way to boost sales during slower summer months. Also, Amazon is known for offering a special discounted Prime Day joining rate a few days before Prime Day itself - so keep a lookout! Regardless, Amazon said last year's Prime Day was its biggest sales day ever.
Of course, Prime Day was created as a way to boost sales during a typically slow period - and efforts are paying off. Sales for Prime Day 2016 were 60% ahead of the event's debut in 2015, according to Amazon.
"They've also promised some good TV Deals and that's sort of the one big expensive item everyone always waits for a sale on because nobody wants to pay regular retail for a TV", said Ackerman. Prime members enjoy unlimited free 1 day and 2 day delivery on over 2 million online products. From the interface to the app library, if you've used and liked Amazon's streaming hardware before, you'll be instantly familiar with how it works. So, how will Prime Day 2017 shake out?
Prepare for long hours. If not, then you will have to sign up as a Prime user. Tao on that and you will be getting the latest notifications once the deal starts.
The Kindle Paperwhite, at $90, costs the same as it did on Prime Day past year, but it's still $10 better than Black Friday.
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That description has become even more true as for the third annual Prime Day the retailer has expanded the festivities beyond a single day.
JCPenney launched a "Cyber in July" promotion with 30% off using the coupon code 24FORYOU and free shipping with a $49 minimum that runs all the way through next Sunday.
① The main event technically isn't until tomorrow (July 11), but if you're already a Prime member, you can start taking advantage of select deals starting now. The Prime deal adds another Rs 5000 or so off. Apple iPhone 7 in Jet Black colour variant with 128GB storage is priced Rs 53,999, down from Rs 65,200.
When it comes to e-book readers, the Amazon Kindle offers one of the best reading experiences around. Prime costs $100 a year.