The Amazon Fire line of tablets have been around for a good few years now, and they were arguably instrumental for pushing tablet prices down across the board. No longer known as the Kindle Fire, Amazon made some changes and expanded the whole line up a couple years ago, and introduced the cheapest Android tablet worth owning last year. The Fire 7-inch is just $49.99 or £49.99 in the UK, but today it's on offer in the UK for just £39.99, which makes the Amazon Fire ridiculously cheap considering how good the hardware is.
Okay, so everything in the specs sheet as well as in the overall build is a little "2012", but it costs £40 today for our readers across the pond in the UK, which makes this insane value for money. Considering how much more expensive technology is in the UK, this is a refreshing change of pace. We reviewed the Amazon Fire just before 2015 became 2016, and we were impressed with what you got for your money. With front-facing and rear-facing cameras, as well as the latest software from Amazon, this is a quality piece of kit when the price tag is factored in. Those interested in the deal can take a look at the Amazon listing by hitting the button below, and our readers in the US and elsewhere should be redirected to their local Amazon domain.