Amazon's announced today that its new Kindle Voyage e-reader and updated Fire HDX 8.9 tablet are now up for grabs in the UK. The Kindle Voyage is by far Amazon's best e-reader to date, but it commands a pretty penny as a result. At £169 for the WiFi-only model and £229 if you want 3G connectivity, the Voyage is significantly more expensive than the Paperwhite, which starts at £109, and almost three times the price of the bog-standard Kindle. While the Voyage will enjoy all the attention that comes with being a brand new device, the new Fire HDX 8.9 is merely an upgrade. The 8.9-inch tablet has a faster processor and better sound quality, among other tweaks, and is still the biggest, baddest Amazon tablet around. The 16GB, WiFi-only model is now on sale for £329, but if you want more storage or an LTE radio up in there, that'll be costing extra.
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