Cost of supplies has fallen to $133.80 since launch, says iSuppli, down from $185.60 in November of last year.
Memory prices have fallen significantly, and the display price has fallen, too.
Notes Brad Gastwirth of independent research firm ABR Investment Strategy: "Memory prices have been in free fall - with roughly a 50 percent price reduction in the past year. On the display side prices have also come down."
The Kindle Fire currently sells for $200, the same price as the recently launched Nexus 7, which has much more powerful specs.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 23 Jul 2012 22:27