Its design is simple, straightforward and more importantly it is affordable. Amazon’s latest tablet named Fire is listed at a pocket-friendly price of US$49.99. At this price, Fire could possibly be one of the cheapest tablet of its class that any renowned international brand has ever unveiled.
Although it is priced at US$49.99, it does not translate to terrible internal specifications not worth noting. The Fire is a Wi-Fi enabled tablet packed with a Quad-core processor, 7” IPS display, 2MP rear-facing camera, ability to video record in 720p HD resolution, 8GB internal flash memory with an option to expand up to 128GB and can last up to seven hours with a single charge.
The Fire runs on Fire OS 5 Bellini that gives you an updated user interface that will allow you to access to more than 38 million movies, TV shows, songs, books, applications and games for all your entertain needs. In addition, if you purchase Fire it comes with Amazon Underground which is gives you even more entertainment choices as you get unlimited access to US$10 000 worth of paid applications.
Aside from just being affordable for regular folk like us, we feel that Amazon Fire has a far greater purpose. With tablets priced affordably like Fire, it means that more children and lower income families around the world can gain easier access to the Internet.
Amazon’s Fire will be available on its official website from September 30 onward and will retail for US$49.99 on its official website.
By Geralyne Kaye Ong / September 23, 2015 14:40PM GMT+8
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