If you’ve been looking for a kids tablet to keep your kid(s) entertained, as well as educated, now it’s probably the best time to go shopping online and get one. Amazon has recently decided to drop the price tags for its Fire Tablets for kids (Kids Editions) all the way down to Black Friday-like price tags, making them very tempting deals, especially if you happen to be looking for a standard and child-friendly tablet.
Furthermore, while Amazon is showing its love for the younger generation, it’s important to note that the company didn’t forget us working and responsible parents/adults, as there are also deals for regular Fire tablets.
Now, back to the Kids Editions Fire Tablets. These Fire Tablets for kids are great for families with younger children, as these Kids Editions tablets offer easy-to-use parental controls that allow parents to personalize screen time limits, set educational goals, filter age-appropriate content, and also manage web browsing and content usage.
These parental controls can easily be set on the device itself, as well as online through the Amazon Parent Dashboard. Additionally, parents can also access all of their kid’s tablet features in their adult profile by entering their passcode.
These Kids Editions Fire Tablets are great for parents that might be worried about broken electronics. If you want your kids to have a reasonable selection of age-appropriate content right out of the box, these are the right tablets to go with.
The Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet is by far the cheapest and best deal, since the company dropped its price tag from its usual $100 mark to a very enticing only $60.
The Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet comes equipped with its standard Kid-Proof Case and features a 7″ Display, 16 GB of internal storage, a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and 1 GB of RAM, offering up to 7 hours of reading, browsing the web, watching videos, and listening to music. You can also add a microSD card for up to 512 GB of expandable storage.
The Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet is available in 3 different color models, including Blue, Pink, and Purple and comes with a 2-year worry-free warranty and a one-year access to FreeTime Unlimited.
Amazon’s next big kids tablet sale/discount is for its Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet, which is still a reasonable deal to go for, as its price tag was dropped from its original $130 to $80.
The Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet also comes equipped with a Kid-Proof Case and features an 8″ HD Display, 32 GB internal storage, a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and 1.5 GB of RAM, offering up to 10 hours of battery life. You can also add a microSD card for up to 400 GB of expandable storage.
The Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet is available in Blue, Pink, and Yellow and also comes with a 2-year warranty and a one-year access to FreeTime Unlimited.
Lastly, if you want to go for the largest model possible, then going for the Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablet will cost you $150, which is basically $50 off its original price tag of $200. Be aware that this deal/discount also exists in two-pack forms, so if there’s more than one child in your household, then you can still get that same cool discount applied to 2-pack deals.
As the Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablet was released after the other two models, this kids tablet is obviously the best of the three, coming equipped with the same standard Kid-Proof Case and featuring a 10.1″ HD Display, 32 GB internal storage, a 1.8 GHz quad-core processor, and 2 GB of RAM, offering up to 10 hours of battery life. You can also add a microSD card for up to 512 GB of additional storage.
The Fire HD 10 Kids Edition Tablet is available in Blue, Pink, and Yellow and just like its 2 predecessors, also comes with a 2-year worry-free warranty and a one-year access to FreeTime Unlimited.
As stated before, Amazon also decided to drop the prices slightly for its regular Fire tablets. You can find deals on the standard tablets like the Fire 7, which is down to $40 from its original $50 price tag, the Fire HD 8, which is down to $60 from its normal $80, and even the Fire HD 10, which for the standard models is currently the best deal at $110, saving you $40 from its normal price tag of $150.
All of these tablets feature more or less the same internal components, offering almost the exact same tech. specs.
While they’re not super powerful when it comes to processing speeds and also don’t offer a rich selection of apps as most Android tablets, they’re still very decent tablets for media consumption as well as to play some low-demanding games.