Android Tablet Deals: Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 20% Off Alongside the Kindle and Kindle Fire

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While Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over, that doesn't mean Amazon is stopping with the great deals. Especially the deals that on their own products, like the Kindle Fire. Today-only, Amazon is offering the Kindle Fire HDX for 20% off. So instead of being $229, it's on sale for $183.20. Which is a crazy deal, however the original price was pretty crazy too. I actually have a Kindle Fire HDX here to review (I promise the review will be up soon), and while I'm not a huge fan of it, mainly because of the lack of Google services, it's still a great tablet with an amazing display and a Snapdragon 800 processor inside.

Remember that the Kindle Fire line of tablets does not really run Android, but rather a fork of Android. So there's no Google Play, no Gmail, no Hangouts, no Google anything on board this tablet. It's basically a window into the Amazon ecosystem. If you subscribe to Amazon Prime, you'll love the Kindle Fire, well unless you only use Amazon Prime for the free 2-day shipping option.

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Additionally the Kindle Fire HD and the Kindle are also on sale today. The Kindle Fire HD 16GB version is on sale for about $135.20 today only. The Kindle Fire HD may be a year old, but it's still a pretty great device. Don't forget, you can throw CyanogenMod on that tablet as well. Additionally, Amazon is selling the Kindle for just $55.20.

Remember that this is a one-day sale, so if you're interested in picking up a Kindle Fire tablet for someone for Christmas, today might be the best day to do so. We've got links down below for all three models, if you're interested. If you do pick one up, be sure to let us know how you like the tablet in the comments down below.

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