There’s a crowded market out there for tablets today. People’s fascination with tablets is still quite large enough for many device makers to churn out their own versions of the nest popular tablet. But so far, the market is pretty much made up by two major players- Apple and Android. Apple has the iPad line of tablets while Android has a whole army of them from different makers all over the world. And then there are the smaller players from companies like Amazon who tries to make a dent in the market. This company tries to do it the practical way- offering the new Amazon Fire tablet for a fraction of how much the popular versions cost.
The new Amazon Fire Tablet may probably be the cheapest tablet in its class. Priced at just under $50, the new Amazon Fire Tablet is in no way a generic tablet. It features a 1.3 GHz Quad-core processor, a 7″ IPS touchscreen display. It runs on a Fire OS 5 “Bellini” and comes with both front and rear cameras. Its rechargeable battery is able to provide up to 7 hours of power. It also comes with a microSD slot to provide an additional 128GB of expandable storage.
Aside from the price and features, the Amazon Fire Tablet also provides users with access to exclusive Amazon features and services, including access to free and paid content over 38 million movies, books, songs, TV shows and games. All these are available in the new Amazon Fire Tablet for just $49.99. The first of the new Amazon Fire Tablets will be shipping out at the end of this month.
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