Deal Alert! Right now the Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet is on sale for $50 off the original price. For a limited time, you can snag the tablet on Amazon for just $99.99 with free shipping (down from $149.99.).
The sale price applies to the 32 GB tablet with 10.1″ 1080p full HD display in original black, or pick a fun color like Plum, Twilight Blue, or White. Need more storage? Upgrade to the 64 GB device for just $139.99 (down from $189.99).
Here are some of the device highlights:
Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet’s largest display—now 30% faster
Fire HD 10 is the largest display in 1080p full HD—now 30% faster thanks to the powerful new 2.0 GHz octa-core processor and 2 GB of RAM. Stream movies, watch videos, or play games with the enhanced Wi-Fi. Enjoy downloaded content on the go with up to 12 hours of mixed-use battery life
Designed for widescreen entertainment
Enjoy millions of movies, TV episodes, games, apps, eBooks, and songs. Stream or download thousands of videos from Prime Video, Netflix, STARZ, Disney+, and SHOWTIME. Discover over 570,000 apps and games, over 450,000 Audible titles, and millions of songs. Experience Picture-in-Picture viewing with Red Bull TV, Twitch, NBC News and more.
Alexa connects you to the information, entertainment, and people who matter most—with just your voice. Ask to play videos and music, open apps, shop online, check the weather, call or message almost anyone and much more
Great for the whole family
With award-winning Amazon FreeTime, parents can create child profiles to limit screen time, set educational goals, and manage content with easy-to-use parental controls. FreeTime is free on every Fire tablet—or subscribe to FreeTime Unlimited to access over 20,000 kid-friendly titles
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