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Fire HD 10: Best 10-Inch Tablet for the Price


Amazon Fire HD 10



4/5 Stars

PROS Affordable. Sharp display for the price. Good overall performance. Easy-to-use interface and Alexa integration. Dual-band Wi-Fi.

CONS No Google Play Store apps. Low-resolution camera.

The Fire HD 10 fulfills Amazon’s simple plan for its tablets: Like other Fire tablets, it’s an inexpensive way to consume your Amazon content. At first glance, the new device doesn’t appear to be the barn-burning deal that the Fire HD 8 is, but the HD 10 offers plenty of bang for your buck. You get a sharp 1080p display, solid performance, and an easy-to-use UI that includes parental controls and Alexa voice assistant integration. The Fire HD 10 is simply the best 10-inch tablet for the price, earning it our Editors’ Choice.


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