Amazon is taking the Fire Tablet series seriously and has launched a new tablet in the lineup. With the New Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet, the company has introduced the updated internal hardware that is highly attractive for any tech enthusiast. The New Fire HD 10 tablet computer comes with an updated 2.0 GHz Octa-core processor, 2GB RAM, and 32GB or 64GB internal storage capacity. Even though the RAM is pretty low, the company said that the Fire HD 10 tablet could work 30 percent faster than the predecessors.
On the other technical side, the device comes with the MicroSD card slot that supports the 512GB of storage. With this much storage, you can turn it into a full-fledged computer. On the connectivity side, it supports WiFi 802.11ac for better WiFi connectivity. Also, it has the Dolby Atmos speaker system for excellent sound quality for media viewing. When it comes to battery life, Amazon has introduced the new long-lasting battery. With company-claimed 12 hours of juice with mixed usage on-paper, we may get anywhere between 7-8 hours easily. Another critical addition to the Fire HD 10 tablet is that it has the USB-C port.
After the users continuously requested the USB-C Port for the devices, Amazon finally introduced the same. With the 9W Power adapter, the device can charge itself in five hours, and with the 15W charger, it charges within three hours. Two models are launched in the market. One is with the 32GB of storage capacity and costs $149.99, and the 64GB Storage capacity model costs $189.99. The users who pre-order this product before the October 30th will receive the free copy of Minecraft as the early bird offer. Amazon slated October 30th as the official launch date for this device in the global markets.