A verified source within the Seattle based online retail giant has provided Cult of Android with exclusive screenshots of Amazon's internal inventory management system Alaska (Availability Lookup and SKU Aggregator).
These leaked shoots show that orders for Amazon's Android-based tablet are racking up at an average rate of over 2,000 units per hour, or over 50,000 per day.
CultofAndroid notes that in five days since Amazon launched the Kindle Fire it had racked up over 250,000 pre-orders. At this level the company will reach 2.5 million pre-orders before the device officially launches on November 15th.
Apple sold over a million units of the original iPad in its first month of sales and sold an estimated 2.5 million units of the iPad 2 in its first month.