Amazon's latest tablet is also its cheapest ever.
The 7-inch Fire costs just $50 or £50. It plays well with an Amazon Prime membership, but its performance is only passable because of its price.
One of the first things you'll notice about the tablet is its humdrum design.
Playing simple mobile games is fine, but anything more intense causes sluggish performance and reduced frame rates.
For the first time ever, Amazon tablets have expandable microSD card slots. You can add up to 128GB of storage.
There are two ways you can tell this tablet is cheap. The first is its flimsy plastic casing.
The second is its pixelated screen.
The Bellini operating system features menu pages for specific content and also includes Amazon recommendations.
The top edge houses all of the buttons and ports.
With a Prime membership, you can stream and download TV shows, movies, music and apps for free.
But with a slightly bigger budget, you can do this with any other Fire tablet, including the new Fire HD 8.