Amazon dubbed this simple 7-inch tablet the "Fire." It's nothing special, unless you count its $50 or £50 price tag.
The Fire tablet is reminiscent of tablets from 2013; thick, small and ambitious.
Aside from size, the 8- and 10-inch tablets are nearly identical.
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The plastic back is comfortable, but feels as inexpensive as it costs. That 5-megapixel rear camera can record 1080p full HD video.
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The Fire comes in a $100 or £100 kid-friendly model. It includes a durable cover and a free subscription to free games and movies on Kids Unlimited. Much of the extra cost, however, is accounted for by the two-year guarantee -- useful for a tablet that might go flying on a regular basis.
These covers can protect the tablets from scratches.
If you want to use the Fire HD tablets for more than just binge-watching, Amazon offers a keyboard for getting some work done.
If you're absolutely sold on the Fire tablet, why not buy six?
Amazon is offering a six pack of Fire tablets, for the price of five: $250 or £250.