Amazon has kicked off its holiday savings early! For a limited time, Amazon has marked down the Amazon Fire Kids’ Tablets. This sale includes the classic Fire Kids Edition Tablets (ages 3-7) and the newer Fire Kids Pro Tablets (ages 6-12).
Amazon Fire Kids’ Tablets sale details
Below are the key differences between the models:
- FIRE 7 KIDS EDITION TABLET (40% off): features 7″ display, 16GB of storage, up to 7 hours of battery life
- FIRE HD 8 KIDS EDITION TABLET (36% off): features an 8″ HD display, 32 GB of storage, up to 12 hours of battery life
- FIRE HD 10 KIDS EDITION TABLET (30% off): features a brilliant 10.1″ full HD display, 32 GB of storage, up to 12 hours of battery life
- FIRE 7 KIDS PRO TABLET (40% off): features 7″ display, 16GB of storage, up to 7 hours of battery life
- FIRE HD 8 KIDS PRO TABLET (36% off): features 8″ HD display, 32 GB of storage, up to 12 hours of battery life
- FIRE HD 10 KIDS PRO TABLET (30% off): features a brilliant 10.1″ full HD display, 32 GB of storage, up to 12 hours of battery life
Amazon Fire Kids’ Tablets Features
Amazon Fire Kids Tablets are full-featured Fire Tablets designed just for kids. Each tablet comes with one year of Amazon Kids+, which offers access to thousands of kid-friendly books, videos, educational apps, and games. (After one year, it’s just $2.99 per month.)
When you don’t have access to Wi-Fi, you can also download your child’s favorite videos, apps, and books for entertainment on the go.
The Fire Kids Edition Tablet has parental controls that allow you to manage usage limits, content access, and educational goals. If you have more than one child, you can set up multiple profiles on the same device. It comes with a kid-proof case and a 2-year worry-free guarantee, meaning if they break it, Amazon will replace it!
Amazon Fire Kids’ Tablets vs Kids’ PRO Tablets
Earlier this year, Amazon released a Fire Kids PRO Tablet designed for older kids ages 6 & up. It has the same hardware and warranty as the original Fire Kids’ Tablet but with new features designed for older kids.
The most obvious difference is the Fire Kids PRO Tablet has a slimmed-down case that makes the tablet look less like a toy. The tablet has content for older kids (National Geographic, Rabbids Coding, and LEGO). Kids can request more apps via a digital store, which requires parental approval.
It also has a web browser (still, with parental control), and it supports voice and video calling over Wi-Fi to approved contacts with the Alexa app.
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