Amazon brings trio of new color variants to the $50 Fire tablet including magenta, tangerine and blue
A week ago Amazon launched another member of the Kindle family, the thin Kindle Oasis e-reader. Today the company prepared an offer for all those of us who opt for a more full-featured tablet while introducing new color options to the well-known budget-friendly Fire. Starting today, except for a traditional black variant, the device is available in three more playful color options, including magenta, tangerine and blue.
Extremely affordable Amazon Fire 7 has just received more color variants. All of them are available starting today at no additional costs.
The surfaced last week rumor had it that Amazon will give us an 8-inch Fire HD, but instead the company decided to expand the Fire 7 by more color variants hoping that the device will conquer hearts of new customers. Although the 7-inch handset isn’t one of the best equipped and most powerful slates, it’s one of the best-selling tablets thanks to its stunningly low price of $49.99. For so little money, we may get a pretty capable device for web browsing, watching movies and reading e-books, isn’t that enough for most of us?
Except for new color variants, the Amazon Fire 7 got new storage space options. So far the device was available only in 8GB ROM version, however aware of the fact that for many customers basic 8GB of internal storage may be not enough Amazon doubled the amount of storage and released a 16GB model of the device that allows us to store more video and music files on the slate. But, since nothing comes for free, those of you who want to buy the more spacious option need to prepare to spend a little bit money, since the 16GB Fire 7 costs $69.99. Still not much as for a 16GB tablet, isn’t it?
In addition, the ruggedized version of the Fire Kids Edition 7 protected by an durable green kid-proof case is also available with 16GB of built-in storage. As for pricing, just as in the case of the standard Fire 7 16GB model, the kid-oriented version of the slate costs $20 more than its 8GB variant. This means that instead of $99.99 you will need to spend $119.99 if you want your child to benefit from extra storage.