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Amazon's excellent Fire 10 HD tablet is only £110 right now (UK)

For a limited time only — this promotion will only last until stock runs out, and at these prices, we bet it won't take long! — Amazon UK is offering some substantial discounts on its Fire tablets. The Fire 8 is only £49.99 (opens in new tab) and the Fire 10 HD is just £109.99 (opens in new tab), perfect for gifts this upcoming holiday season.

The Fire 10 HD is Amazon's value-driven tablet, offering some incredible bang for your buck. Not only does it have Alexa, but also access to all of the online retailer's services like video, music, and books. Just like the Fire 8 tablet, you won't find the most powerful processors, nor will you be blown away by the display, but at under £50 and £110 for the two offerings, you really cannot go wrong.

Read Android Central's Fire 10 HD review

If you're thinking about getting a tablet for the kids to keep them occupied and provide entertainment, knocking a full £30 off the Fire 8 and £40 off the Fire 10 HD is an enticing deal indeed.

Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • Awesome!!! I didn't know Amazon made Microsoft Edition Windows tablets!!!!!
  • Is this tablet running Windows 10 or Windows 10 Mobile???
  • No, Fire os !
  • I'd love to see a WC article on how people use Amazon's excellent Fire 10 HD, while Windows products, which are manufactured by Microsoft, are also used by people, making this a valid ad on the site. I wonder when we will finally see car ads here, since some cars also feature Cortana now. Why not suggest a cheap deal on Gismo's Car Rental? I mean write whatever article you want, and explain it the way you want, but WC is seriously losing its focus. I would have no issue having less content in WC, if you believe that MS is making less interesting moves with the lack of mobile, but coming here is becoming more and more just like visiting I can use that service as well to find relevant articles to Windows or as per Microsoft. I believe that there are still a lot of things WC could cover on MS, Xbox, HoloLense, rather than explaining why we see irrelevant stuff. I mean I don't mind Windows Central becoming Microsoft Central recently, but now it is more like, and in some way even beyond, becoming a Microsoft Partner's Central. And don't get me wrong, I know I can read something else if I am not interested in articles provided by WC. And I am. Providing irrelevant stuff for a Microsoft user will make them turn away from you, and I guess you got Android users perfectly under control in Android Central. It's your call, but I guess having to have these articles up here, while I am totally aware that it is nothing more than an ad, shows perfectly that there is something wrong with WC. Lost its purpose. I mean it is extremely funny to see how Microsoft Mobile had been buried here months ago, while for example AAWP still manages to produce new content on it. It is only a matter of attitude. And I don't even want Microsoft Mobile back on the site, because there are other sources I can use to find that if WC had given up on it. I only say, that nothing put up here sounds any more than excusing yourself. And ditching Microsoft Mobile is a perfect example how a tremendous amount of other Microsoft relevant content is not making its way to the site, while it could. And I totally get that if I want a lot of readers, I wouldn't write articles about a company that closed its consumer branch. But why not stop the whole site then, or say out loud, "This is not Windows Central, this is not Microsoft Central, this is business." I would even get that. But then continuously seeing comments and articles explaining how this is relevant is non-sense.
  • When in india?
  • Do people still use android Tablet?