Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet scores big discount, free microSD card and case included

Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet scores big discount, free microSD card and case included
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out why Amazon's Fire tablets are selling and have been selling like hotcakes for years, even during times of intense market stagnation. The 2017-released Fire HD 10, for instance, comes with a high-resolution screen, long battery life, hands-free Alexa assistance out the box, and decent quad-core processing power at only $150 and up.

Even better, this bad boy is frequently discounted to around $120 by its manufacturer/e-commerce giant and third-party retailers like Best Buy. $100 has been the 10-incher's lowest price to date, but the Home Shopping Network (HSN) takes that deal to the next level by also bundling a free Kingston Canvas Select microSD card and a voucher for a custom case. The former gift is not extremely valuable, selling for around 5 bucks on its own, but it can be particularly handy for folks with a digital hoarding impulsion, adding 32 gigs of external storage on top of the slate's 32 gigs of internal space.

The free case is a lot cooler, with HSN's coupon valid on Caseable's website, where you can customize your protective Fire HD 10 accessory in several dozen ways, saving roughly 30 bucks in the process. Of course, even if you don't factor these gifts in, Amazon's latest 10-inch tablet delivers plenty of bang for $99.99. 

We're talking Full HD content consumption support, dual stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos enhancements, up to 10 hours of "mixed-use" battery endurance, both a rear and a front-facing camera, and perhaps most important of all, quick access to the information and entertainment you need using just your voice.

It almost goes without saying that HSN is selling brand-new Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017) units here, backed by a standard one-year warranty, although you'll have to settle for a black model if you want to save a grand total of $85 or so.

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1. sgodsell

Posts: 7447; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

"hands-free Alexa assistance out the box". Is only available in the US. Still waiting for Amazon to add that to my Fire tablet in my country.

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