All month long, students can take $50 off the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9
member of Amazon Prime. You can have a free 6 month Amazon Prime membership, or the paid membership for one year which costs $39.
If you need more than just a Wi-Fi connection, the deal is also good for the Wi-Fi/4G LTE version of the tablet. The Wi-Fi only model is available in 16GB or 32GB at prices of $249 and $319 respectively after applying the discount. The Wi-Fi/4G LTE variant can be purchased with 32GB or 64GB for $449 and $549 respectively, after the discount is applied from the price.
source: Amazon via Slashgear
1. sarb009 (Posts: 296; Member since: 15 Jun 2011)
Students what do you think about getting a nexus 7 instead ?
3. Slammer (Posts: 1306; Member since: 03 Jun 2010)
While the Nexus7 is certainly a better product, most students I've seen, appear to be attracted to a slighly larger screen to supplement their laptops.
In my opinion, the Kindle Fire 8.9 hits this sweet spot for students. It concentrates on informational reading material, has most all of the educational fundamentals, has the larger screen and most importantly; it is inexpensive.