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Amazon’s Fire tablets have got the basics right for streaming, mobile gaming and reading on a screen bigger than your phone. Amazon has even sold tablets as a sign of how useful this range has become. Lots of packs. With the latest price cuts on the slate, the retailer is looking to bring more people into its hardware, with prices starting at just $ 40 (lower than the few cases Apple sold for its iPad). The Flatship Fire HD 10 packs 32GB of storage with 10 built-in storage that can be expanded up to 1TB, packing the largest savings in the bunch, from $ 150 down to 95 95. With its 10.1-inch, full HD screen and octa-core 2GHz processor, the HD10 packs the best specs – but its smaller siblings are also worth a look if you want something cheaper.
The Fire HD 8 and HD 8 Plus, with 32GB of storage, will be priced at 30 30 to 60 60 and 80 80, respectively. You get 3GB of RAM compared to 2GB and a little more RAM after fast charging with the faster charger. Both come with the same 8-inch, HD screen and provide 12 hours of battery life.
Amazon has given its cheapest slate, the Fire 7, the lowest price reduction of just 10 10 The non-frills option includes a 7-inch screen, 1024 x 600 display resolution, 1GB RAM, 7 hours battery life and a micro-USB port (USB for the rest of the range). -C compared to). Larger parts of it have only one mono speaker instead of a dual setup, making it the most paraded-down slate of the bunch. However, if you just want a new screen for ebooks and social media, this should do the job.