Amazon’s first-party Fire hardware has been a worship service for people who want cheap technologies of pretty decent quality. Today, the company offers a smattering of its first-party Fire HD tablets and Fire TV set-top boxes at some steep discounts from its already low sticker prices. Well, they would be sticker prices if Amazon had stickers, anyway.
Let̵7;s talk tablets first. The bottom-round Fire 7 tablet, seven inches with just one gig of RAM and 16 GB of storage, is $ 15 off. It brings the full price down to just $ 35. Fire HD 8 is a pretty huge step up in terms of creative conveniences thanks to an HD screen, USB-C charging, 32 GB storage and a much faster processor. There is a $ 30 discount, at a price of $ 60.
Four HD 8 tablets
Fire HD 8 Plus increases RAM to 3 GB and adds wireless charging, which is good for FireOS Show Mode, which turns the tablet into an Alexa device with a large screen. Fire HD 8 Plus is normally $ 110, but is on sale for $ 80 today. Finally, Amazon’s largest tablet is the Fire HD 10, with a 10-inch 1080p screen, but strangely only 2 GB of RAM and lacks wireless charging. It’s usually $ 150, but today it’s on sale for an even $ 100. The Kids Edition of Fire 7, Fire HD 8 and Fire HD 10, which comes with a squishy case and special software, is also on sale.
Fire HD 8 Plus
Fire HD 10
If you need Amazon (and a bunch of other apps) on your TV, check out the Fire TV collection. The Fire TV Stick 4K dongle is a $ 15 discount today, and at $ 35 it is actually cheaper than the standard model (non-4K). Fire TV Cube, which is basically a combination of an Alexa smart speaker and the above-mentioned 4K Stick, is $ 100. It is $ 20 of the normal price.
Fire TV Stick 4K
Fire TV Box
If all these games and movies make your head spin, you may be interested in Amazon’s Kindle e-readers. Today, the standard Kindle is $ 20 off, only $ 70, while the upgraded and waterproof Kindle Paperwhite drops from $ 120 to $ 100.
Kindle paper suite
These offers are marked as “limited time” and are listed on the Amazon Gold Box page, which generally means that they are only available for today.