Amazon recently launched new Kindles, but many people prefer the company’s full-fledged tablets instead. If you’re part of that crowd, you’ll be glad to know Amazon has just announced renewed versions of its Fire HD 8 tablet lineup, coming with a slew of improvements — and similar pricing.
Amazon has officially announced new versions of the Fire HD 8 and the Fire HD 8 Plus. Both devices have a new hexa-core CPU that promises up to 30% better performance, so you can browse the web, watch videos, or play the occasional game.
The standard model comes with 2GB of RAM, which isn’t a lot, but the Fire HD 8 Plus bumps that up to 3GB of RAM. They also come with up to 64GB of storage, expandable up to 1TB using a microSD card.
They also have Dolby Atmos support for better media viewing, which you can enjoy with Prime Video if you happen to have Amazon Prime. The company says that you should also expect up to 13 hours of battery life…
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