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(DEAL) Take $50 off the Amazon Fire HD 10 with the Alexa hands-free feature

(DEAL) Take $50 off the Amazon Fire HD 10 with the Alexa hands-free feature
How would you like to buy a 10-inch tablet for just $99.99? The Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet is $50 off, which means the model with 32GB of storage and lock screen ads is priced at $99.99. That is a 33% savings. If you don't want to watch the ads, the price goes up to $114.99, which is still $50 off and a 30% discount. If you need 64GB of native storage and don't mind watching the lock screen ads, the tablet can be purchased for $139.99. The $50 price cut represents a 26% savings. If you hate watching the ads, this model is $154.99 after the $50 discount. That is 24% off the usual price.

The tablets can be purchased in Black, Marine Blue and Punch Red. They all feature a 10.1-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 1200 x 1900 (FHD). Under the hood is a MediaTek chipset equipped with a quad-core CPU running at 1.5GHz. 1GB of RAM is inside and the Alexa hands-free mode will play music, open apps, pause video, show sports scores, get the weather forecast and much more. All you need to do is ask Alexa. If you have an Amazon Echo Spot, Echo Show or the Alexa app, you can make calls, video chat or message someone using the virtual personal assistant and the Fire HD 10. A 5MP camera adorns the back of the slate.

Keep in mind that the tablet employs a forked version of Android and does not offer the Google Play Store. Still, you might find the apps you want in the Amazon Appstore.

If you're interested in the Amazon Fire HD 10 with a $50 discount, click on the sourcelink below.

source: Amazon

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