Get a dirt-cheap Amazon tablet in this hot new Fire sale while you can
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What’s better than an ultra-affordable Android-based Fire tablet sold by Amazon itself? The same slate available in refurbished condition at an even lower price at Woot, which just so happens to be Amazon’s bargain-focused subsidiary.
That means you can fully trust the e-tailer’s functionality and cosmetic condition promises while relying on a fairly standard 90-day warranty to cover most of the (serious) issues sometimes associated with refurbished devices originally released in 2019, 2018, or 2017.
The super-compact (and terribly modest) Amazon Fire 7, for instance, can be had for as little as $14.99 in an entry-level 8GB storage configuration from all the way back in 2017, with an upgrade to twice as much local digital hoarding room merely costing you an extra two bucks… if you hurry.
The eight-gen 8-incher, meanwhile, will set you back $29.99 with 32 gigs of internal storage space in tow and essentially all of the same specs and features as its predecessor, quad-core processor and 1.5GB RAM count included.
With 2 gigs of memory on deck, the 2017-released Amazon Fire HD 10 goes for a very reasonable $34.99 in a 32GB storage variant of its own, while the 2019 edition of the 10-inch slate is priced at the time of this writing at a comparably high $69.99 with 64GB local digital hoarding room and octa-core processing power.