The Top 3 Best Amazon Tablet Computers (As Of July 2020)
Here are the top 3 Amazon tablet computers followed by a list of their latest models:
Considering this tablet computer's average ranking of 93%, we are confident that the Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Edition 2019 is, as of now, Alphachooser's best Amazon tablet computer 2020. Furthermore, we think that our 11498 reviews sampled across multiple sources give us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that pushes us to label it a "no-brainer best choice."
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With its star rating of 4.5 over 55586 reviews, here is second best Amazon tablet computer. * This list is based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of reviews from across the web.
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The 10 latest Amazon Amazon Kindle Readers (as of July, 2020)
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).
Eight 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.
Two Amazon 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.
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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.