Amazon’s Prime Day 2017 lineup of devices will include two new tablets, an Xbox, and an Android tablet that are both available in the U.S. on Friday, December 2.

While there is a chance Amazon could announce more devices during the event, these are just two of the new devices that the company has been working on for some time.

In addition to the new Kindle tablets, Amazon has also announced a new set of new streaming video services.

These streaming video apps will be called Amazon Video, and will be available in both the U, UK, and Australia.

These new services include Amazon Prime Video, Prime Video Premium, and Amazon Prime Music.

These new streaming services will be coming to the Kindle Fire and Fire HD tablets as well as the Fire HDX and Fire TV, and they will also be available on the Apple TV, Apple TV 2, Roku, and Xbox One.

Amazon has been aggressively pursuing streaming video for a while, and this is likely the first time it will offer this content on a single device.

As we reported last week, the new streaming devices will have a 720p display, and the device will have 4GB of RAM, a 256GB microSD card, a fingerprint reader, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.

These streaming devices also have a headphone jack, which will allow for wireless headphones to be used.

The new Amazon Video streaming services are available for the Kindle 2, Kindle 2 XL, Kindle 3, Kindle 4, Kindle 5, and Kindle 7 tablets.