Black Friday Fire tablet deals: Fire HD 10 drops back to $80, all Fire Kids tablets now on sale

Will these Prime Day low prices come back to Amazon Fire tablets by Black Friday?

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Black friday According to the calendar, it may be next week, but a shopping holiday is coming quickly to buy one of Amazon’s Fire tablets. Many models seen for the first time during last month’s Prime Day Sale are back. Specially:

  • Fire HD 10 (10 inch tablet) is now $ 80 ($ 70 off)
  • The Fire HD 10 Kids Edition is now $ 130 ($ 70 off)
  • The Fire HD 8 Kids Edition is now $ 80 ($ 60 off) during Prime Day
  • The Fire 7 Kids Edition is now $ 60 ($ 40 off)

Thus, Amazon has not confirmed other Fire tablet discounts, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see these models return to their prime day lows over the next few days:

  • Fire HD 8 (8 inch tablet) was $ 55 during Prime Day ($ 35 off)
  • Fire HD 8 Plus was $ 75 during Prime Day ($ 35 off)

Note that the Fire Kids Edition includes one case and one year Amazon’s Kids Plus subscription service, A $ 36 value.

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Amazon has come a long way from the first Kindle Fire tablet. The Amazon Fire HD 10 is Amazon’s largest tablet with a 10-inch screen size and powerful speakers (and now charges via USB-C). Like its smaller 8-inch sibling, the Fire HD 8, the Tablet Prime is full of benefits for customers, making it easy for members to stream and download movies, TV shows and games. Fire tablets do not use the pure version of Android, but rather pull apps from Amazon’s Android-based Fire operating system and the Amazon App Store. You can still get the application from Google Play, but you’ll have to set up the store yourself – meaning that gaming enthusiasts have access to all their favorite mobile games for an excellent gaming tablet experience. Read more.

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This child-friendly version of the Fire HD 8 tablet includes a padded case, parental control, a two-year warranty, and a one-year subscription to Kids Plus (formerly known as FreeTime Unlimited), which usually But it costs $ 3 a month and gives it to you. Access to a set of child-friendly materials. It is not really suitable for distance education, but it is a much more affordable option than giving a small child on a full iPad.

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It has all the same features as the HD8 above, but is a childproof version of the smaller, more affordable Amazon Fire 7. You’re getting a 7-inch screen instead of 8, and a less robust processor.

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The Fire HD 8 was updated earlier this year with faster processor, USB-C charging, better Wi-Fi performance, 2GB RAM (up to 1.5GB) and 16GB to 32GB storage in the base model. Its HD screen is faster than the entry-level Fire 7, but it is not as sharp as the iPad display. The HD8 Plus adds wireless charging and slightly better performance, thanks to 3GB of RAM. Read our Amazon Fire HD 8 (2020) review.

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The Fire HD 8 Plus adds wireless charging and more RAM (3 GB instead of 2 GB), with performance that improves on the standard Fire HD 8. The tablet should charge just fine on most wireless charging pads. Read our Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus review.

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