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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Meet the Fires

Amazon Fire

Bringing girthy back

Amazon Fire HD 8 and 10

Pass the Bellini

Glossy back

Speed reading

Amazon Fire Kids Edition

Colorful covers

Keyboard cover

Six for the price of five

Amazon's new Fire tablets want to win your hearts with their low prices.

Click through the slideshow for a closer look and read more about the Amazon FireFire HD 8 and Fire HD 10 tablets.

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Amazon dubbed this simple 7-inch tablet the "Fire." It's nothing special, unless you count its $50 or £50 price tag.

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The Fire tablet is reminiscent of tablets from 2013; thick, small and ambitious.

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Aside from size, the 8- and 10-inch tablets are nearly identical.

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Amazon's new Bellini operating system improves on last year's version with more personalized content.

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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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Catch up on all of those books you've been meaning to read by using Amazon's Word Runner speed-reading software.

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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.

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These covers can protect the tablets from scratches.

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If you want to use the Fire HD tablets for more than just binge-watching, Amazon offers a keyboard for getting some work done.

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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.

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