Latest Amazon tablet reviews
A great choice for travel - for both kids and adults. It's also cheaper than the Plus model, which means it hits that sweet spot.
An affordable and capable tablet. But the Plus doesn't mean it's bigger or resolute over the normal version. So is this the device for you?
The immediate appeal of the Fire HD 10 is for families, offering much better value than a premium rivals, with a well-rounded tablet experience.
At just £50 the 7-inch Fire tablet is a great device for accessing light entertainment. It's also designed for kids, including safe space setup.
Whether you're a globetrotter or a looking for an travel tablet or something to entertain your child with loads of controls, the Fire HD 8 is great
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Along with a new 4K Fire TV and a cheap as chips £50 tablet, Amazon has also introduced two new devices at the upper end of its range that are better
Amazon has made its Kids Edition Fire HD tablet device available for pre-order in the UK, with shipping due to start on 18 June.It's been available in
Timing is everything and in the case of the Fire HD 7 tablet, Amazon has been dealt a particularly unlucky slice of it.Had the Fire HD arrived in our
Amazon's autumn/winter 2014 tablet and eBook reader refresh is headed by the Fire HDX 8.9, an 8.9-inch powerhouse of a slate that sits at the top of t...
The latest update to Amazon's home-grown tablet range brings the HDX. It comes in two sizes - there's an 8.9-inch model and a 7-inch model - and we've
The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 swells Amazon's UK tablet offering to three devices, with the 8.9 sitting at the top of the pile, at least, in terms of size.It
The Kindle Fire HD brings to the UK something missing from Amazon's armoury: a tablet. With the Kindle E Ink reader now firmly lodged in the hands, an...