Amazon Fire HD 10 is an affordable tablet with Prime perks
Amazon's Fire tablets are great for the whole family and the Fire HD 10 is no different.
It's Amazon's biggest tablet ever boasting a bright ten inch screen with an HD resolution.
It's great for watching movies and since the screen is so big it's also large enough to share.
The Fire HD 10 has everything that makes Amazon tablets unique.
It runs Amazon's user friendly Fire operating system, and if you're a Prime member it allows for easy access to all of the free TV shows, movies, music and games that come with your subscription.
Additionally, it has the microSD card slot that can expand your internal storage up to 128 gigabytes.
It also has extensive parental controls, so if you are sharing the tablet with your kids you can regulate when and how they can use it.
If you want a tablet for watching video and light gaming, the Fire HD 10 is a swell option for $230.
But if the big screen isn't a big deal, you can save the money by going with the Fire HD 8.
It's a smaller model, however it has all the same software approach and only cost a $150.00.
For more details on the tablet, check out the full review.
For CNet I'm Xiomara Blanca and and this is the first to look at the first Amazon Fire HD 10.
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