The Durable, User-Friendly Amazon Fire Tablet Costs Just $50

By: Laura McQuarrie - Sep 17, 2015
References: amazon & theguardian
The new Amazon Fire tablet series boasts a better battery life, more storage and durability than comparable mobile devices on the market. Best of all, the family-friendly tablet line costs only $50. In order to position the simplistic Amazon Fire as a tablet for the whole family, Amazon is offering a buy-five-get-one-free deal.

Aside from its extremely affordable price, one of the most notable features of the Amazon Fire tablets is called 'On Deck.' Based on a user's previous activities on the tablet, when the device is connected to Wi-Fi, it will automatically download movies and TV shows a user might like.

The new Amazon Fire tablets will also be available in a Kids Edition and HD Fire versions. These tablets are reported to be extra durable, withstanding 200 tumble tests, while a comparable Apple iPad Air 2 reportedly only lasts 30.