Amazon Kindle Fire HD - Tablets The Kindle Fire HD (2013) is Amazon's new ultrabudget tablet that starts at $139. At just $20 more than the company's e-ink Kindle Paperwhite reader, it's at a great price and if all you plan to do is stream videos and music, read books, do some light gaming, and occasionally surf the Web, it will certainly meet your needs. The problems arise if you wish to do anything more. With this entry-level model -- basically the 2012 Fire HD with updated hardware -- you're giving up cameras, and settling for a miniscule amount of storage. Indeed, the 8GB of storage in the $139 model actually works out to less than 5GB of usable space; that's not enough to fit most HD movies or more than a couple of episodes of an HD TV show. That's why I recommend starting with the $169, 16GB version of the tablet. That's where the $229 Fire HDX comes in. But if you're really set on spending less than $200, the 2013 Fire HD makes for a serviceable tablet, so long as you temper your expectations.
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