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Amazon Kindle Fire Tablets

Amazon Kindle Fire tablets are Amazon's answer to the ever-evolving world of tablet computing. Originally released in 2011, these devices enable you to surf the Web, store and view photos and videos, download apps from the Amazon Appstore and of course, read books.

Before buying your tablet, it is crucial that you know how much storage you would like to have included. Naturally, the more storage your tablet possesses, the more you can store on it. 8GB devices are ideal for those who simply want to browse the web, stream videos and access documents; they cannot hold many photos or videos.

A 32 GB device will allow you to store thousands of videos, movies or songs as well as a number of apps from the Amazon Appstore. However, if you want the best experience from your Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, it is suggested that you choose a 64 GB device. This will allow you to store double the amount of media than a 32 GB device whilst keeping performance levels to a maximum.

Depending on which Amazon Kindle Fire tablet you go for, there are a number of features that make these devices the perfect starter tablets. Despite coming in the three above storage sizes, each tablet offers expandable storage up to 128 GB.

The rear and front-facing cameras will allow you to take breathtaking photos and selfies. Also, the fifth-generation Amazon Kindle Fire tablet offers up to 7 hours of battery life, meaning you can stay connected to the world for longer.

Perfect for kids, the Amazon Fire Kindle Kids' Edition comes with a built-in case with extra padding on the corners, keeping it safe from any accidental bumps fo scratches.

As with most tablets and smartphones, there is a large number of earphones and headphones that can improve your experience when listening to music and watching movies. It is also recommended that you purchase a case and screen protector to keep your device in top condition for as long as possible.

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