Fire HD 8 Tablet (8″ HD Display, 16 GB) – Yellow
Enjoy your entertainment with a fast 1.3 GHz quad-core processor. Fire HD 8 offers 50% more RAM than Fire 7 for faster performance. Product Features 8″ HD display; 16 or 32 GB of internal storage (up to 400 GB with microSD) 1.3 GHz quad-core processor Up to 10 hours of battery life Alexa hands-free enabled
Enjoy your entertainment with a fast 1.3 GHz quad-core processor. Fire HD 8 offers 50% more RAM than Fire 7 for faster performance.
- 8″ HD display; 16 or 32 GB of internal storage (up to 400 GB with microSD)
- 1.3 GHz quad-core processor
- Up to 10 hours of battery life
- Alexa hands-free enabled
- 1.5 GB of RAM
- 2 MP front-facing camera + 2 MP rear-facing HD camera
- Dual-band Wi-Fi
- 90-day limited warranty
- Enjoy millions of movies, TV episodes, songs, books, apps, and games
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Best Choice Fire Tablet for Quality, Size and Price This review is for those stuck between purchasing a Fire 7 or a Fire HD 8 Tablet:Let me just get this off my chest first. I DO NOT RECOMMEND a Fire 7 AT ALL if your looking for a quality tablet thatâs small and inexpensive like I was. The only reasons I can see anyone buying a Fire 7 is if itâs for a very, very young child as a starter tablet or if your an adult who will only use it to read books. Otherwise the Fire HD 8 is going to be your best bet.The Fire HD 8 is great quality for itâs size and yes even itâs price. Itâs the perfect size unlike the Fire 7 which to me really isnât much larger in screen size than my iPhone 6+. The Fire HD 8 comes with an ample amount of storage to be able to handle whatever updates it throws at you upon setup, and thatâs just the 16GB. Anything below 16GB is not enough to handle device updates and allow for storage space for much of anything. Thereâs not much money saved either in buying a Fire 7 8GB with a micro SD…
I had high hopes I really wanted to like this tablet. I have many friends who have the Kindle Fire and they love it. I had high hopes but so far I’m not loving it. I stayed at a friend’s house a month before the newest edition came out. She has 3 Fires, all different sizes. I played on hers and liked them. So much that I was sold on buying one. I decided to get the newest one since it was due out in 3 weeks. The problem I’m having is it’s incredibly slow. It takes almost a minute and a half to open the screen from the lock. When it finally does it takes another 45 seconds to a minute to load the apps. That may not sound like a long time but for a tablet it’s an eternity. A brand new one at that. I tried to open Amazon store to review this Fire and it sat on a white screen for 3 minutes and 17 seconds. Yes, I timed it. Once the Amazon logo showed up it was another minute before the rest of the page loaded. Then I clicked on the menu to pull up my orders and it remained unresponsive. I put it down and…
Great for what it is. Even better with Google Play store side loaded I got my Fire HD 8 on release day and set up was a breeze. I side loaded the Google Play store (check Youtube, it’s easy) and installed my favorite Google apps, Youtube, Google Play Music, Google 1, Google Drive,Google Docs and a slew of other apps I like from the Play Store that Amazon’s app store does not provide and I’m loving the tablet. It’s no speed demon but for the price I wasn’t looking for cutting edge technology. I also bought the cover and the docking station and switch between the two easily as I retire to my bedroom for the night. I previously was using a Fire 6 tablet and a Samsung Galaxy tab S3. The Kindle Fire 6 was great for it’s size and the Galaxy Tab was great (older now, less reliable battery life due to age) for the same reasons but this Kindle Fire HD 8 blends the best of both worlds for me regarding size. It’s a nice companion to have near, lets me use the apps that I like, moderate gaming, lots of reading and now having both Amazon Music and Google Play…