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In this video i do a "first impressions" of the new 2017 Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet with special offers to see how it works, what's in the box and is a tablet around $100 worth buying. Watch to find out if this is indeed one of the best budget android tablets for 2017 or if you should look elsewhere. You can purchase the 32BG version from Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2BM7ZYA You can purchase the 16BG version from Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2BM812E My unboxing knife: http://amzn.to/2BT1mUj If you want to see more videos like this and more, you can subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0ZzC0WV8hY9GGo_AVfoofQ?view_as=subscriber DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!
This is not to be confused with any other 8" Fire Device. This is the 2017 release !
The latest Amazon Fire 7 Tablet 2017 edition unboxing and quick first impressions of the $50 budget tablet running fire os, and including Amazon's virtual assistant, Alexa. It still remains to be seen if this improved version can compete with other budget android tablets in its class. This is just a quick overview of the tablet, and I plan on doing a full review sometime in the near future. If you want to see something in my full review, make sure you leave a comment for me below.
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One of the best aspects of the Amazon Fire HD 8 is that while it is a cheap tablet, it doesn’t appear instantly dated like some others in this price category. It isn’t thick or heavy, and it doesn’t sport an ultra-wide screen surround that can make a tablet seem bulky and old-fashioned.
Just look at the space to the left and right of the screen; there’s enough room to fit your thumb, but not so much that the Amazon Fire HD 8’s footprint appears much larger than the display at its center. It’s a little thicker than the last Fire HD 8 at 9.2mm, however.
Its build is solid for the price. There’s just the tiniest bit of casing flex under significant hand pressure and the display doesn’t distort when you press down on the front.
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The top-most part of the plastic casing does move inwards by about a millimeter under finger pressure, but this is more likely to be the battery cover. While non-removable, it’s mostly there to look nice and take the brunt of any impact; the real structure of the Amazon Fire HD 8 is inside.
I’m looking at the red version of the Amazon Fire HD 8. It’s a pleasant shade and has a textured finish that both looks and feels better than glossy plastic. The tablet is also available in a wide array of hues, including a vivid new yellow that I have a soft spot for.
The Fire HD 8 succeeds in a manner that sounds like an insult: it isn’t rubbish. However, I’ve used many sub-£100 tablets over the years that are, frankly, rubbish – and a constant reminder that you opted to cheap out.