Want to keep your child amused with a tablet, but afraid it’ll get dropped and broken? Kids are hard on stuff, after all.
Maybe you’d feel better if your tablet cost less. Like, instead of hundreds, less than $40. Doesn’t that sound a lot better?
Kindle Fire is going just that route by marking down the 8GB model to just $33.33 which makes it officially the cheapest tablet on the American market.
The 16GB is $53.33, which is still a lot less than an iPad. The Kindle Fire comes in four colors, lasts up to seven hours on a single charge, and has an SD slot so you can easily expand the memory.
This deal is not to be missed. Even if you already have another tablet—at this price, you might as well have two.
Buy it here.
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