The Top 3 Best Amazon Tablet Computers (As Of April 2019)
Here are the top 3 Amazon tablet computers followed by a list of their latest models:
Because of this 's overall rank of 89%, we believe that the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is currently Alphachooser's best Amazon tablet computer 2019. Furthermore, we think that our sample of 75353 reviews from our sources gives us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that pushes us to call it a "no-brainer best choice."
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Because of 4.5 stars derived from 23539 reviews, we rank this Amazon model second best Amazon tablet computer. * These choices are based on a full aggregation of hundreds of reviews from multiple sources.
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The 10 latest Amazon Amazon Kindle Readers (as of May, 2019)
The Kindle Paperwhite 4 features a 6-inch glare-free Paperwhite display that allows users to read text even in bright sunlight and 5 LED screen lights for reading in low-light conditions. It has IPX8 waterproof rating specs and Audible audio book support. It also allows voice commands and text-to-speech features if paired with a Bluetooth audio device, 4G LTE connectivity (for the Wi-Fi and cellular version), and either 32GB or 8GB of built-in memory.
As the most premium tablet in the Kindle lineup, the Amazon Kindle Oasis 2017 shows off specs like an IPX8 rating for being waterproof, and adaptive-light display, and 32GB's worth of storage for e-books and documents.
Amazon's ultra-thin take on a 6-inch kindle e-reader, reinstating physical page-turn buttons, revealing a tapered design starting from 0.13-inches from its thinnest point to 0.34-inches at its thickest, and boosting battery-life by bundling a stylish leather charge cover.
Promising less eye strain with its Blue Shade setting, the Kindle Fire 6 E-reader tablet cooks up an ordinary profile with its 1GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in memory, 480 minutes of usage time, and a display resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.
Featuring only 4GB of RAM and lacking memory expansion options, the 180-gram Amazon Kindle Voyage carries a 6-inch 300 DPI screen and boasts of a 60480-minute usage time, which can only be attained when used for half an hour daily over six weeks, with Wi-Fi deactivated, and the light setting is at 10).
Five recent kid tablet computer models
The Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Edition is a full-on 1.3GHz Fire tablet (with 12 hours of usage time) that has added child-oriented specs, including one year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, a parental control dashboard, and adjustable text colors and sizes.
Expected features like child-friendly apps and parental controls aside, the Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition 2017 remains a mostly-basic tablet, evident from specs like its 1GB RAM, 1024 x 600 display, and 2-megapixel rear-facing camera.
A child-friendly tablet from Amazon that seems like any other kid's tablet, but offers a 2-year replacement warranty covering any problem (including mishandling), as well as a free 1-year subscription to Amazon kid contents.
Amazon's first kid's tablet sporting a 2-year no-question warranty and running on a kid-friendly FreeTime interface, which allows parents to create profiles for up to four users, and also adds a 1-year free subscription for Amazon's Kids unlimited store.
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This entry-level, Alexa-equipped tablet from Amazon unsurprisingly matches its collection of features with its budget price tag by bringing in downplayed specs, including a 2MP rear cam, a VGA selfie sensor, only 1GB of RAM, and a quad-core 1.3GHz processor
This tablet comes with a lower-res 2-megapixel main camera and a slower 1.3GHz clock speed compared to its predecessor, but it also has advantageous specs like 1.5GB's worth of RAM, Amazon Alexa, and a respectable (for its price range) 1280 x 800 display.
And two of their 10-inch tablet computers
The Amazon Fire HD 10 2017 banks mostly on performance and display specs, on top of the usual Amazon-based content, to gain leverage in the tablet market -- with its 224DPI screen and 1.8GHz maximum CPU clock speed being the frontrunners on its feature list.
Amazon's first entry into the 10-inch tablet category (but with a screen DPI of only 149), running on its latest Fire OS 5 operating system, showcasing 32GB of internal storage space, a 5-megapixel shooter, and two color options to choose from.