Lately, Amazon introduced two Fire HD and two Fire HDX tablets to enable its customers buy more and more products and services from its web store. With prices ranging from $99, $139, $379 and $479 for Fire HD with a 6-inch screen, 7-inch Fire tablet, 8.9-inch Fire HDX 8.9 with Wi-Fi version and 8.9-inch Fire HDX 8.9 with LTE version respectively.
The Fire HD tablets are equipped with powerful hardware features and sports quad-core processors along with front and rear cameras. Both the Fire HD tablets boast Gorilla displays. Amongst the two tablets, the 6-inch screen Fire HD tablet can display images at 252 ppi, whereas the 7-inch screen Fire HD tablet can display images at 261 ppi.
The Fire HDX tablets with Wi-Fi and LTE version weighs as less as 374 grams and offers impressive battery life of 12 hours. These tablets have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 905 processor that delivers 70% faster graphics than other HDX tablets. As far as the functionality of the processor is concerned, it operates at 2.5GHz. The Fire HDX tablets comprise of Andreno graphics core that can render images at a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. It also comes with a feature to control brightness to make reading ebooks easy and convenient.
In addition to these four tablets, the company also launched its first ever tablet for kids, called as Fire HD Kids Edition. This tablet has been primarily designed to give kids an experience of a real tablet and not a toy. The prime features of the Fire HD Kids Edition, include quad-core processor and HD display. Currently, the company has introduced two versions of Fire HD Kids Edition- one with a 6-inch screen for $149 and another with a 7-inch screen for $189, both with tow-year guarantee. These tablets also offers one year of free access to as many as 5000 books, TV shows, movies, games and educations apps.
Preorder for all these tablets will start from October.