Amazon has today unveiled two brand new tablets aimed at the budget markets, including the Kindle FIre HD 7 and two Kids Edition models, sized at 6 and 7 inches.

In terms of specs the two tablets have an unspecified 1.5GHz quad-core processor, a 1,280 x 900 pixel resolution screen, an 8 hour battery, Dolby Digital Plus audio, a rear facing camera that can shoot 1080p video.

The 7-inch screen also has a 216 ppi, and the 6-inch version has a 252 ppi. On top of the screen there’s also a Gorilla Glass panel.

Both tablets also run on Amazon’s new Fire OS 4.0.

The Kids Edition tablets also come with a rubber case and a two-year replacement plan, with kid-freindly access to various features that includes books, movies, TV shows, apps and games, and Amazon is even offering its “FreeTime Unlimited” package for free for one year.

Both of the tablets also have rear and front facing cameras.

The HD 6 will start at $99 in the US, the HD 7 is $139 and both will be available in five colours including white, black, blue and yellow-green.

The Kids Edition will start at $149 for the 6-inch model and $189 for the 7-inch version.

All of the tablets will ship in October and can be pre-ordered from today.

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