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Amazon introduces the new Fire series tablets with an optional keyboard

Amazon is reportedly said to bring a series of Fire Tables with some updated features, including an optional Bluetooth keyboard cover.

Amazon is bringing its new affordable Fire Table series. The two of the high-end tabs – the HD 10 Plus and Fire HD 10 – comes with a brighter 10.1″ FHD+ display, having slimmer bezels and an optional Bluetooth keyboard cover.

The new Fire HD 10 will come with 3GB RAM, while the Plus with 4GB RAM. Storage for both devices would range between 32GB and 64GB with a microSD card slot. Though we aren’t sure about the SoC, we believe it’s an 8-core CPU clocked at 2.0 GHz. The HD 10 Plus will also bring wireless charging and a soft-touch finish on the back.

Moreover, users can get these devices in the new Productivity bundle, including the keyboard accessory and a 12 month Microsoft 365 Personal subscription starting at $220. The HD 10 is said to start at $150 for the 32GB variant, while the Plus version will come for $180.

Amazon doesn’t end up here; the company is also bringing new Fire Kids Pro tablets in 7”, 8” and 10” sizes. They all will have one-year Amazon Kids+ subscriptions. The Fire Kids Pro 7 will go for $100, the Fire HD8 Kids Pro will sell for $140, whereas the HD10 Kids Pro comes in at $200.

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