Amazon Drops Prices Of 8.9 Inch Kindle Fire HD Tablets For A Limited Time

Amazon wants to spice up your Valentine’s Day by slashing off the prices of their 8.9 inch Kindle Fire HD tablets. The company has dropped the Wi-Fi version of the device from $299 to $269. The 4G version on the other hand gets a price drop from $499 to $449. To avail of this discount “FIRELOVE” promotional code must be entered at checkout.

If you have been planning to get the Kindle Fire HD then now is a good time to do so as the price of the device is low. This isn’t the first time that this device got a price slash as last month the company took of $50 from its original price for students. That promo has since ended. This latest promo however won’t last long as it only lasts till Friday of this week or until supplies lasts.

Can’t decide which version to choose? If you don’t have a 4G plan then it’s best to choose the Wi-Fi version.

Kindle Fire HD Technical Specifications

  • Operating System: Android OS, v4.0 (customized)
  • Display: 8.9 inches PS LCD 10 point capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, 1920 x 1200 pixels (254 ppi)
  • Processor: Dual-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A9
  • Graphics: PowerVR SGX544
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • Internal Storage: 16/32 GB
  • Sensors: Ambient light sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope
  • Battery: Over 10 hours of reading, surfing the web on Wi-Fi, watching video, or listening to music

The Kindle Fire HD is a great device to have when you are looking for a multimedia tablet that you can use for work and play. You will be able to use it straight out of the box and with your access to the Amazon App Store you can immediately download your favorite apps.

Any content displayed on the screen turns out beautiful because of its high resolution and its 8.9 inch screen size which is better than a 7 inch display.

From videos, music, books and games this device can handle it all and provide you with all of the entertainment that you need.

via amazon

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