Amazon has sliced the price of its full hardware lineup for Prime Day 2019, including hefty savings on the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet. This child-friendly 8-inch slab sits in a vibrant "Kid-Proof" casing, and with formidable hardware inside, serves up an affordable taste of the digital world. It’s nearly 40 percent off for today only, dropping from $130 to $80 – with further savings available when buying a pair.
Powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and 1.5 GB RAM, the Fire HD Kids Edition Tablet is a sleek and straightforward first tablet experience for the youngest of the family. Integrated 32 GB storage guarantees room for all the essentials, with microSD further expanding capacity up to 400 GB extra. Buyers also acquire a duo of 10MP front and rear-facing cameras, delivering sharp photos and 720p video recording.
The Fire HD 8 Kids Edition comes in a neon blue, yellow, or pink finish, designed to take the beating over everyday wear and tear. Amazon complements this with a two-year guarantee, swapping out the tablet for free upon any mishaps.
Cut nearly 40 percent for a limited time, the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition is available for $80 with Amazon Prime across all three color variants. And if the little ones aren’t known for sharing, save an additional $20 with the bundled two-pack.
Treat your children
Fire HD 8 Kids Edition
$130 $50 off
Treat the kids this Amazon Prime Day.
Packing an 8-inch screen and designed for everyday drops and bumps, the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition is a perfect first tablet for the kids. Packed with free content and flexible parental controls, don’t miss this limited-time deal.
The deal bundles with a year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, its all-inclusive subscription plan aimed at three to twelve-year-olds. Amazon boasts a library of over 20,000 kids books, movies, TV shows, and apps under the service, available both for streaming and offline play.
And don’t worry, Fire HD 8 also sports integrated parental controls to stay on top of your child’s digital life. Track activity, limit usage, and restrict content both on-device and via Amazon’s Parent Dashboard on your own devices.
July 16, 2019 at 09:49AM