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Wired

More of a toy than the real deal

Amazon Fire 7 (2017)

from Wired
Like a pair of tight slacks after a heavy holiday meal, the Amazon Fire 7 left me wishing for a little extra wiggle room... Full review
Engadget

A $150 tablet that's actually good

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)

from Engadget
You won't find a better tablet value than the Fire HD 10. It's cheap and powerful, and it finally brings a solid display into Amazon's slate lineup. It's the ideal machine for binge watching, though be prepared to live without Google's apps... Full review
Laptop Magazine

Has the best screen of any Amazon tablet, but it's also the most expensive

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)

from Laptop Magazine
Of all the affordable tablets we've tested, the Fire HD 10 packs both the best screen and the fastest performance. Unfortunately, we were hoping its larger size could enable more battery life, and we're not exactly giddy to spend so much on a slate that can't use Google apps... Full review
Wired

Doesn’t push the envelope, but it works

Amazon Fire HD 8 (2017)

from Wired
In many ways, it’s hard to compare this tablet to what you could buy from Apple or Samsung. But, at $80, you can buy four HD 8s for the price of the cheapest iPad—enough for the whole family. And because of that, there are few tech bargains better than the Amazon Fire HD 8... Full review
The Guardian

Affordable tablet that's great for Netflix addicts

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)

from The Guardian
The 2017 Amazon Fire HD 10 calls into question what you want from a tablet. If it’s just to watch Netflix, Amazon Video or catchup TV services, with a spot of light gaming and browsing on the side, then the much improved 10.1in Fire HD 10 tablet is simply great... Full review
Wired

Easiest way to consume all things Amazon

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)

from Wired
High-end tablets run circles around Amazon’s Fire HD 10, and it’s no work of art, but it gets the job done. At $150, that’s good enough for me... Full review
Pocket-lint

Going big on entertainment

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)

from Pocket-lint
The Amazon Fire HD 10 takes the experience of the smaller Fire tablets and boosts it. While you don't get the lightest, thinnest or highest specs in the Fire HD 10, this is undoubtedly good value for money, with a price that's hard to ignore... Full review
Recombu

Optimum for Prime

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)

from Recombu
The Fire HD 10 is a well constructed and feature-packed budget tablet, which is well geared towards families with Amazon Prime subscriptions. Only the lack of Google support disappoints, while anyone who isn’t fully on board the Good Ship Amazon won’t find much to enjoy here... Full review
Tech Advisor

A good deal if you can live with the slightly limited selection of apps

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)

from Tech Advisor
The HD 10 is more powerful than ever, has a decent Full HD screen and a good amount of storage for the money. Hands-free Alexa is nice addition, too... Full review
The Verge

Does everything you expect a cheap tablet to and nothing more

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)

from The Verge
I don’t think cheap tablets will ever be as interesting as they were a few years ago, when the iPad was a much more expensive device. But while the Fire HD 10 won’t win over anyone looking to replace their laptop with a tablet, it’s still a fine tablet for doing basic things that doesn’t cost a fortune... Full review

Surprisingly great

Amazon Fire

I purchased the phone strictly for development reasons with no plans to activate it. Based on pre-release reviews and comments, I expected a gimmicky phone. The first day or so, I just played around with the features, some seems strong while other seemed gimmicky. On the third day, I actually set... More
I purchased the phone strictly for development reasons with no plans to activate it. Based on pre-release reviews and comments, I expected a gimmicky phone. The first day or so, I just played around with the features, some seems strong while other seemed gimmicky. On the third day, I actually set the phone up completely all my accounts and apps. That's when the phone really came a live. The homescreen carousel works great for multitasking and showing recent activity within an app and shortcut widgets to app specific tasks. I love that each individual GameCircle app has homescreen details on accomplishments. I find myself using the phone one handed, utilizing the phone motions to slide in menus and settings shade. These features in the first few days seemed gimmicky but I actually found myself using and preferring them because they provide easier one-handed interactions. I could go into a ton more details, solid hardware, great case, etc. But the best summary is simply to say, I gave my iPhone to my daughter because I now plan to actually activate the Fire phone. Less

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