Given that several of Amazon’s most recent tablets are currently on sale with savings of up to 35%, now might be a good time to get one. The 2023 Fire HD 10 is now only $15 over its record low and 32% less expensive than its $140 original price, thanks to the deal. This model has a faster processor than the previous one, 32GB of storage, and 3GB of RAM. There is a 5-megapixel camera in the front and another in the back, and the 1080p HD screen is compatible with both touch and stylus input. Keep your mind that this model has lock screen advertisements. The ad-free edition, which is now $15 pricier at $110, is also on sale if you’d prefer not to see those promotions.
If you’re looking for a workhorse productivity tablet—which tends to cost substantially more—the Fire tablets are probably not the greatest option. All of them are inexpensive slates that let you browse the web, watch shows, and play light games. It should go without saying that you cannot run Apple applications on Fire tablets, but in addition, despite Fire OS being a clone of Android, Fire tablets do not support the Google Play store natively. The majority of well-known streamers, like Netflix, Max, and Peacock, as well as social media applications like Instagram and TikTok, as well as a large selection of casual games, can be found in the Amazon app store. After a productive day, Fire tablets provide one of the few inexpensive options for self-entertainment for less than $100. Additionally, Alexa is integrated into all Amazon products, allowing you to ask questions and manage your doorbell, cameras, and smart home lighting.
The Fire HD 8 is now on sale for $65, which is about $10 more than its record low and 35 percent off. This is an 8-inch tablet from Amazon that has a screen resolution of 1280 x 800 at 189 ppi, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. It boasts a 2MP front camera and a 13-hour battery life. This device also has lock screen advertisements; the $80 ad-free version is available.