Amazon just announced a huge revamp to its Kindle lineup: the company's flagship Kindle Fire HDX is faster and has better sound, but keeps last year's design and price point. There's also a pair of entry-level tablets that start at $99 and $139, respectively, that could set a new standard for the price point.
Amazon is also continuing to focus on kids with a new pair of cheap, child-friendly tablets, and the entry-level Kindle e-reader finally has a touchscreen. And lastly is the Kindle Voyage, the biggest change to Amazon's e-reader lineup since the Paperwhite. All of our first impressions and hands-on videos can be found right here.