Amazon Unveiled a New $60 Tablet
Amazon unveiled the latest iteration of its Fire 7 tablet. The tablet is slightly more expensive than its predecessor at $59.99, but the firm promises better battery life.
Amazon’s Fire tablets have functioned as a less expensive alternative to Apple’s iPad. Still, hardware isn’t a large business division for Amazon in the same way for Apple. Amazon’s physical goods, on the other hand, serve as a portal into Amazon’s ecosystem of services, such as the Alexa personal assistant and music, books, and apps.
The previous edition of the Fire 7 had poor battery life and a blurry screen and camera.
According to Amazon, the upgraded Fire 7 features a 30% faster processor, making the tablet feel more responsive. It will also retain 16GB of storage on the base model, which is likely sufficient for most individuals who only need a budget tablet for browsing and downloading movies. Still, you can expand the storage by inserting your memory card. It also replaces an old charging port with a newer, more popular USB-C connection.
The new Fire 7 is now available for presale and will begin shipping on June 29. It’s available in black, denim, and rose, with corresponding covers that cost $28.99 apiece.
Amazon recently released a new edition of the Fire 7 Kids, which comes with a “kid-proof” case (in red, blue, or purple) and a year of Amazon Kids+. The smartphone is priced at $109.99 and will be available beginning June 29.
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