Amazon has this week revealed a number of new additions to its entry-level Kindle Fire tablets, which will be available from April 28th.

This new version features new larger storage, with a total of 16GB of storage now onboard instead of the previous 8GB, and for that, all you will need to set back is £60.

That’s just £10 more than the previous version of the Amazon Fire for double the storage.

Add a microSD card slot to that, and you can get a max of 128GB in storage.

On top of the storage, the new tablet features a 7-inch 1,024 x 600 display, a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera and up to 7 hours of battery life.

This new version will also be available in a range of colours, now available in not only black, but also orange, blue and pink.

The Fire Kids Edition tablet has also been updated with 16GB of storage as storage but is priced at just £99.

You can pre-order and pick up the new tablets from Amazon’s website now, more can be found at the source link.

Source: Amazon

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