Odds are this deal won’t last!
Amazon is running a limited time promotion that drops that price of the Fire HD 8 tablet down to $59.99, a savings of $50 from its regular price. Over the past few months, we’ve seen this tablet sell for as much as $110 but never lower than $80, and in fact, it’s never dropped this low before. It has an 8-inch display and comes equipped with 32GB of storage inside. Per charge, the tablet offers around 12 hours of usage time and it even has Alexa built right in to get your questions answered with ease.
Amazon’s Fire tablets have been incredibly popular for years, despite the absence of all Google apps and services (officially, anyway). Best Buy currently has the 8-inch and 10-inch Fire tablets on sale, at $49.99 ($30 off) and $99.99 ($50 off), respectively. These are the ‘special offers’ versions, which means you’ll get ads on the lock screen unless you pay an additional $15.
The Fire HD 8 has a 1280×800 display, a Mediatek MT8163 processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of storage with microSD expansion, and dual stereo speakers. Read More
Not like this, Google. Not like this…
Ever since the first time we saw a virtual keyboard in Chrome OS code a couple of years ago, I’ve been waiting patiently for a Chromebook tablet. Not a Chromebook convertible where I can fold the keyboard back, but a tablet running Chrome OS with no keyboard at all unless I wanted one attached. As Android apps started coming to Chrome this seemed inevitable, and now thanks to Acer we have a reasonably priced Chrome OS tablet with no keyboard in the box.
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