Amazon’s Fire HD tablets never change all that much on the outside, but the latest 10in version has had some significant upgrades on the inside that make its £150 asking price seem like a bit of a steal. There’s the octa-core 2.0 GHz processor and 2 GB RAM, boosted 12-hour battery life (with USB-C charging), plus the usual 32GB of expandable storage and onboard Alexa skills so you can use it without even having to touch it. There’s also a new 10in version of the Kids Edition, presumably for any nippers with unusually large hands, with the same Full HD display, storage and battery life, plus Amazon’s no-questions-asked, two-year replacement policy. At £200, that one will set you back £50 more. Hey, nobody ever said having kids was cheap.
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