Amazon's line of Fire tablets are already affordable when compared to something like an iPad, making them perfect for giving to children or using around the house for media consumption. While they might not replace your laptop like an iPad Pro, they won't break the bank either — especially if you make the most of this limited-time sale on the Fire HD 8 tablet at Woot. The sale features the Fire HD 8 tablet with 32GB of storage. Brand new, this current-gen device would cost $109.99 and we've never seen it go below $79.99. Woot's offer is for a refurbished model, however, so the better comparison is the refurb version at Amazon which is currently $70. Either way you look at it, it's a killer saving. Shipping is free with Amazon Prime.
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The Fire HD 8 features up to 10 hours of mixed use battery life, an 8-inch HD display, a quad-core processor, and — newly — hands-free access to Alexa. That's something that the Fire HD 10 tablet has had for a while, but this is a first for the Fire HD 8. You can upgrade the storage, too, up to 400GB depending on what microSD card you go with.
In addition, the tablet now has Show Mode. This gives your tablet some of the same features that the Echo Show has. You can use your voice to ask Alexa to show you the news or weather, play a song, call a family member, control your smart thermostat, and more. If Show Mode sounds like something you'll use frequently, you can pick up the Show Mode Charging Dock separately.
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