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If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, you're going to want to check out how this tablet can help you take full advantage of your membership perks.
Amazon's latest tablet also debuts the company's latest operating system.
Get to know the $150 tablet and Fire OS 5 Bellini by clicking through the slideshow.
The plastic back feels smooth and it's comfortable when holding.
The Fire HD 8 runs simple mobile games smoothly, but anything more intense slows down performance.
If you get the 8GB model of the tablet, don't forget a memory card! You'll really need it.
With the new ASAP feature, the tablet pre-buffers your videos so you wait less for them to load.
The 8-inch tablet is small enough to throw in your bag for a commute or travel.
The power button sits next to the microUSB port and microphone pinhole.
When you type in a search request, you get results from Bing, the Amazon store, and your library.
The inexpensive tablet's meek hardware is overshadowed by Amazon's robust library of Prime content. Offering free video, games and apps on the inexpensive tablet, what's not to like?
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