Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX 7 Get $50 Off in Cyber Monday Sale

 

Since the Kindle Fire turned up a few years ago, Amazon has become a name not only in reading but, in tablets as well. Due mostly to the fact that Amazon's Kindle Fire line offers great hardware at great prices and the online giant now has a mass of offerings for not only books but, magazines, TV Shows, Movies and of course, Apps and Games. So then, the Kindle Fire line of tablets look like great deals for the price, right? Well, every little extra helps every now and then and this Cyber Monday, Amazon is reducing a pair of Kindle Fires by $50, making them even more attractive.

The Kindle Fire HD, that launched last year is available from Amazon for just $119 with 16GB of storage. The Kindle Fire HD features a 7-inch 1280 x 800 display, a Dual-Core CPU, 1GB of RAM some impressive WiFi performance. However, if you were looking to get your hands on something a little more current and a lot more powerful than the Kindle Fire HDX 7 will interest you more. Featuring the same Snapdragon 800 that's in the Galaxy Note 3, the Nexus 5 and a slew of others, the Kindle Fire HDX is a real powerhouse. Thanks to Amazon's Cyber Monday generosity, with $50 off the Kindle Fire HDX is just $179 from Amazon for 16GB of storage.

Both of these Kindle Fire tablets come with "Special Offers" but, you can easily pay a little extra to get rid of them but, they're honestly not that bad once you get used to them. No matter what though, for the price, the Kindle Fire HDX is a brilliant tablet, besting the Nexus 7 when it comes to processing power. Of course, for a lot of people, the main thing is going to be the absence of Google services but, if you're looking for something to just read books on, watch movies and browse the web then there's nothing wrong with Amazon's tablet offerings at all.

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