Amazon has released its largest Fire HD tablet yet. It comes in at 10.1″ with a silver aluminum casing for the 64 GB model, which is the first time the company has released a tablet with that much storage space.
Amazon Fire HD 10
The new Fire HD 10 has a widescreen 10.1″ HD display with over a million pixels – 149 ppi and resolution of 1280 x 800. It has a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor with both the front and rear-facing HD cameras at 5 MP.
Currently, the Fire HD 10 with 64 GB is the only one that comes with the silver casing. However, it’s also available in black and white for lower storage sizes of 16 or 32 GB starting at $229.99.
You can also use a microSD card to add an additional 128 GB of storage space.
The new tablet comes with the updated Fire OS 5 “Bellini” interface, and the company claims up to 8 hours of battery life and will charge in under 5 hours with the included micro USB power adapter.
Amazon says it’s the thinnest tablet it has built yet with size measurements of 10.3″ x 6.3″ x 0.3″ (262 x 159 x 7.7mm), and it weighs in at 15.2 oz (432 g). You can find the full technical specs here.