I think Amazon might be feeling the sting of an overstocked warehouse, because they just announced a couple exceptional deals on the Kindle Fire HDX and the Kindle Fire HD.
Or maybe they just want to sell more stuff.
In any case, you can now find the Kindle Fire HD (2013) for $119, or $20 off of the launch price. You can also get the Kindle Fire HDX for $179.
The KFHD on sale today is the updated model that launched a couple months ago. It's running the new FireOS 3.0 Mojito on a dual-core 1.5GHz CPU with 16GB of storage. This tablet is missing the camera and HDMI port found on last year's model, but it is also (for the time being) $80 cheaper than the retail price for last year's KFHD.
The Kindle Fire HDX is running Amazon's own Mojito OS on a 2.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor with 2GB of RAM, Wifi, Bluetooth, and a camera (more details here). It has one of the best 7" screens on the market (1920 x 1200 resolution), and it even tested better than the screen on the new iPad Mini in a recent test.
It comes with either 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB of Flash storage, and since this is a Kindle you can get it with or without ads. Only the Wifi model is on sale today, and only while supplies last.