New Colors and More Memory for The Tablet Amazon Fire

Small revolution Rainbow in the low range of tablets from Amazon, the 5th generation fire and children setting Fire Kids Edition. New products follow the path that took the Fire HD8 and HD10 last autumn, which were presented to the world in several alternative of strong and vivid colors and two capacity options.

New variants of the Fire introduced three new colors to black, Blue, magenta and orange. All of them are available for the old model with 8GB of internal storage and also with the new of 16GB of available memory. In all cases it is still expandable up to 128GB via microSD.

All these forms of storage have affected their sale price. Not by colors, which are all equal, but by the combination of storage and advertising, that little trick from Amazon to slightly lower the Bill for the hardware. The thing is so:

 

Fire with advertising

Fire without advertising

Fire with advertising

Fire without advertising

Storage: 8GB 8GB 16GB 16GB
Price: 59,99€ 69,99€ 74,99€ 84,99€
Colors: Black, blue, magenta and orange Black, blue, magenta and orange Black, blue, magenta and orange Black, blue, magenta and orange

There are also novelties in Amazon.com in what there called Fire Kids Edition, which is the same tablet coated with the official cover and pre-installed child content. In addition to guards blue and pink available in Spanish store, there just released a third protector, green, next to the versions of the child configuration with 16 GB tablet.

When we speak of Fire tablets should bear in mind always that surprising price has as a counterpart the limitation of FireOS. Your operating system, although it is based on Android, is independent and only natively allows access to the app store from Amazon, which offers interesting options but is much more limited than Google Play. But if you’re looking for a little by the network you will find how to settle it without rooting the tablet.

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