Amazon's popular Fire 7, HD 8, and HD 10 Kids Edition tablets are on sale for up to $50 off

Amazon's popular Fire 7, HD 8, and HD 10 Kids Edition tablets are on sale for up to $50 off
Amazon is generally known for selling some of the cheapest Android-based tablets worth buying, as well as a large and popular selection of smart speakers at remarkably low prices, but that doesn't mean the e-commerce giant can't go even lower than usual on occasion in terms of Fire and Echo prices. 

Just a little over a week after the "regular" Fire 7, HD 8, and HD 10 scored cool discounts of between $10 and $30, their children-centric counterparts are now on sale for 48 hours only at up to 50 bucks off. The heftiest markdown is unsurprisingly available on the biggest and priciest model, which typically costs $199.99 with a colorful kid-proof case, 2-year worry-free guarantee, and one gratis year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited access included.
Thus, the Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Edition can be purchased at a 25 percent discount for a limited time in a single storage configuration (32GB) and your choice of three eye-catching paint jobs (blue, pink, or yellow). As the name suggests, the 10-incher comes with an HD-capable screen (Full HD, even), as well as dual stereo speakers, a VGA front-facing camera, 2MP rear shooter, quad-core 1.8 GHz processor, 2GB RAM, and up to 10 hours of battery life.
The Fire HD 8 Kids Edition, meanwhile, is both smaller (duh) and humbler in terms of screen resolution (with only 1280 x 800 pixels), although it retains the audio capabilities, impressive battery stats, and attractive exterior (at least for kids) of its bigger brother. The 8-incher is marked down by a decent $40, costing 31 percent less than usual.
Last but not necessarily least, the Fire 7 Kids Edition settles for a worse screen, slower processor, and shorter battery life than its siblings while scoring a massive 40 percent discount equating to 40 bucks.

These deals, mind you, are significantly better than those offered by Amazon just last month, essentially mirroring a monster sale from roughly a month before that

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1 Comment

1. Thromp

Posts: 1; Member since: May 14, 2019

Sorry, not buying a new tablet without USB Type C. Offering Micro USB for charging and data transfer in 2019 is like manufacturing new devices with VGA output for video.

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