Amazon today announced the all-new Fire HD 10, the next generation of its largest tablet, built from the ground up for entertainment. With a full HD 10.1” display and 2.0 GHz octa-core processor, Fire HD 10 offers up to 12 hours of battery life, 32 GB of internal storage with up to 512 GB more via microSD, fast and easy charging with USB-C, Alexa hands-free, and picture-and-picture capability. Fire HD 10 is available in Twilight Blue, Plum, Black and all-new White for only £149.99.
The all-new Fire HD 10 includes:
Beautiful display—Brilliant 10.1” widescreen Full HD 1080p display (1920 x 1200) with over 2 million pixels (224 ppi) for bright, vivid image quality.
New faster processor—With a new octa-core 2.0 GHz processor and 2 GB RAM, easily switch between apps, stream movies, and browse the web.
New longer battery life—Up to 12 hours of mixed-use battery life, giving you the flexibility to go wherever the day takes you.
Plenty of storage—The most storage available on a Fire tablet, starting at 32 or 64 GB, and support for up to 512 GB of expandable storage via microSD. Plus, enjoy unlimited cloud storage at no additional cost for all Amazon content and photos taken with Fire tablets.
New faster charging—Easier charging with USB-C (2.0), and now even faster.
Dolby Atmos audio—Custom-tuned, stereo speakers for immersive and high-quality sound.
Enhanced dual band Wi-Fi—Stream your favourite videos with enhanced 802.11ac Wi-Fi support.
Incredible reliability—As measured in tumble tests, Fire HD 10 is more durable than the latest iPad Pro 11—and costs hundreds of dollars less.
New picture-in-picture—Watch your favourite videos from Prime Video, Twitch, and Netflix while also browsing the web, checking email, reviewing your calendar, or visiting Facebook.
Alexa hands-free—With always-ready, hands-free access with Alexa you can control video and music playback, launch apps, get news and sports scores, display the weather, and more.
Front- and rear- facing cameras—Video chat or Drop In with friends and family using the HD 720p front-facing camera and Alexa Communications. Use the 2 MP rear-facing camera to take photos and share or save them for later with unlimited cloud storage for all pictures taken on Fire tablets at no additional cost.
Amazon-exclusive features—ASAP, For You, X-Ray, Second Screen, Family Library, Blue Shade, On Deck, and more. For more information, [click here].
Amazon Fire for Kids—With easy-to-use parental controls, parents can use Amazon Fire for Kids to create child profiles to limit screen time, set educational goals, and manage content. Fire for Kids is available on every Fire tablet—or subscribe to Amazon Fire for Kids Unlimited to access thousands of titles, starting at just £1.99 per month.
Availability The all-new Fire HD 10 comes in Twilight Blue, Plum, Black and all-new White. Still only £149.99, Fire HD 10 is available today for pre-order at www.amazon.co.uk/FireHD10 and will begin shipping 30th October.
Fire HD 10 cases are available in Twilight Blue, Plum, Charcoal Black, Sandstone White, and Sage, and can stand in both landscape and portrait orientations—only £39.99.
In addition to the Fire HD 10, Amazon today announced the all-new Fire HD 10 Kids Edition and new Kindle Kids Edition. Learn more about them here.
I have this new Kindle Fire. It is really nice but I have a problem with it. My downloaded books do not stay downloaded. They are there for a little while but not for long. When to a doctors visit and was going to read my downloaded book but opened the Kindle and NOTHING was downloaded. Called Amazon help and the nice young man told me to check unread in the filter but this morning nothing is downloaded. Anyone know how to fix this???????
Good evening. As with all Fire tablets, once you successfully download a book it should stay on that tablet until either YOU choose to remove it from the device or the device is de-registered from your account.
If you are confident that you have correctly downloaded a book and it "vanishes" for no reason then clearly the device is not working and you should contact Amazon for either a replacement item or for a return and full refund.
I confirm that earlier generations of Fire tablets (I have them) do not have this problem - so contact Amazon using the HELP link on ever Amazon web page and
- check you are doing it right;
- get a new tablet or
- get a return note for full refund.
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