Sunday, August 6, 2017

Cheapest Tablet : Fire HD 8 With 8'' HD Display

With a lower price, stronger Wi-Fi, and better audio than last year's model, it takes the crown away from its less-expensive sibling.



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 While you shouldn't expect to compete against the iPad at this price point, the Fire HD 8 fits the bill for media consumption and light gaming, making it our Editors' Choice for affordable tablets.


  •     The next generation of our best-reviewed Fire tablet, with up to 12 hours of battery life, a vibrant 8" HD display, a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 1.5 GB of RAM, and Dolby Audio. More durable than the latest iPad.
  •     16 or 32 GB of internal storage and a microSD slot for up to 256 GB of expandable storage
  •     Now with Alexa, for quick access to the information and entertainment you want. Ask questions, play music, check your calendar, get the news, weather, and more - just press the home button and ask.
  •     Enjoy millions of movies, TV shows, songs, Kindle eBooks, apps and games - including Netflix, Facebook, HBO, Spotify, and more
  •     Prime members get unlimited access to over a thousand books and magazines, millions of songs, and thousands of movies and TV episodes - at no additional cost
  •     Watch downloaded videos anywhere with a Prime membership, Netflix plan, or Showtime subscription
  •     Enhance your entertainment experience with features you only get from Amazon, including ASAP, X-Ray, On Deck, Blue Shade, and FreeTime Parental Controls

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The Fire HD 8 is a plastic-shelled tablet available in black, blue, red, and yellow. It measures 8.4 by 5.0 by 0.4 inches and 13 ounces. It's a decent size to hold in one hand as an ebook reader, but it's a bit too heavy for marathon reading sessions (the Kindle Paperwhite weighs 7.2 ounces, a big difference). It's not formally ruggedized or water-resistant, but the plastic shell can withstand average drops and knocks.

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The HD 8's 1,280-by-800 LCD has 189 pixels per inch and isn't the brightest. The smaller Fire 7 has a brighter but less dense screen at 171ppi. The HD 8's display also tends to be a little yellow, while the Fire 7 is powerfully blue (neither is particularly evenly white). The extra pixels here really make a difference when reading comics and online magazines, though. Small text in the PCMag Digital Edition is considerably more readable on the HD 8 than on the smaller tablet, and comics panels have a bit more room to breathe.


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