Amazon spruced up its Fire HD 10 tablet with a new Silver Aluminum option. The metal option is priced the same as the Black and White plastic incarnations of the tab.
Also, there's a new storage option - 64GB - that is available with the aluminum shell only. That one costs $290 with special offers, $305 without. The cheapest option is the 16GB model (there's a microSD card slot) for $230 (with special offers).
Other than finish and storage, the specs of the Amazon Fire HD 10 have not changed. It has a 10.1" screen with 1,280 x 800px (149ppi), a quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM, Dolby Atmos stereo speakers and a 5MP/1080p camera.
There is nothing FIRE about a 1280p screen and 1GB of RAM. With those specs it should cost half of what it does.
The difference isn't much. Just cosmetic and storage. I think they should have done a complete overhaul. Bump up the resolution, bump up the ram, camera etc. I mean that 1 gig of ram? On a Tab? In 2016?
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