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This Is The Best Tablet For Under $40

Amazon Kindle Fire

* Equipped with ultra-fast 1.3 GHz core processor
* Includes beautiful 7-inch IPS display
* Comes with Amazon’s Alexa voice service

Not to sound too cliche, but the Amazon Fire is lit. Let’s start with the basics. First off, the beautiful 1024 x 600 IPS display really helps those colors pop on screen. And with a wonderful 7-inch IPS display, you’re able to view vivid colors at any angle.

While it may be smaller, it’s definitely not weaker. In fact, the Fire has been found to be nearly two times as durable as iPad Minis. When it comes to speed, the tablet will leave the competition behind with an ultra-fast 1.3 GHz core processor. Loading times are next to nothing.

There’s also never been a better time to sign up for Amazon Prime, as members can enjoy all the Prime benefits from the comfort of their very own tablet. Download thousands of e-books, songs, watch movies and more. And when you sign up for a monthly Kindle subscription, you’ll have access to over a million titles.

You can choose between 8 and 16GB versions. There’s even a microSD port that can save up to 200 GB of extra space. And don’t forget it also comes with free unlimited cloud storage.

Unlike older tablet models, the Fire can run up to seven hours on a single battery charge — perfect for those long flights or daily commutes. Best of all, the Fire also comes with Alexa voice service. Take full advantage of your Prime membership on the go, wherever you go.

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