Amazon's adding three new models to its tablet lineup.
The seven inch fire only costs $49 and will be available in a kid friendly package.
The kid's edition will cost $99 and it will include a durable case and a two year replacement guarantee.
Joining the Fire 7 is the Fire HD8, which is priced at $149, and the Fire HD10, which will go for $229.
Both are very similar, but the smaller one has less storage and comes in a few different colors.
All Fire tablets will run Amazon's new operating system.
The OS makes it easier than ever to watch TV shows and movies wherever you go.
The new on deck feature will automatically download new Amazon Prime recommended content, so you always have something new to watch on the tablet.
The downloads depend on how much storage you have, but the best part is,it'll automatically delete the content if you need that space for something else.
The Fire tablets are available for pre-order now and will ship in September.
For CNET, I'm Xiomara Blanco, and this has been a first look at Amazon's new tablets.
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