Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet has just received a tough makeover. While many critics and users including myself do like Amazon’s Fire HD 10 tab, we are not fan of its plastic make. If you too didn’t like Fire HD 10’s plastic shell, then you will love to hear that Amazon just gave its Fire HD 10 tablets an all-metal makeover.
To overcome the plasticky and cheapie feeling of its Fire tabs, Amazon has released a new version of Fire HD 10 which features a silver metal finish. With this aluminum body, Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet feels more stylish and sturdy. What’s even better than this makeover is its price. Amazon is offering the new all-metal version of its Fire HD 10 tablet at the same price.
That being said, the 16GB variant of Fire HD 10 costs 229.99 and 32GB costs $259.99. With the new metal makeover, Amazon has also increased the storage being offered with Fire tabs. You can now get a 64GB variant of Fire HD 10 tablet too. The 64GB Amazon Fire HD 10 tab costs $289.99 (with special offers).
Metal-clad Amazon Fire HD 10: Everything Else Remains the Same
Apart from a new metal finish and 64GB storage option, there is nothing changed on the inside -or outside. Fire HD 10 tabs carries a 10.1-inch HD display (149 ppi / 1280 x 800), a quad-core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 5-megapixel camera and an 8 hours of usage on full charge.
With the new additions being added to the listing, you can decide between a black, white or new silver aluminum Fire tab with either 16, 32 or new 64GB storage.
The base memory can be expanded to up to 128GB using a microSD card. So if 16, 32 or 64GB of storage doesn’t suit your needs, you can expand the storage anytime.
You can checkout the all-new metal-clad Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet on Amazon.View on Amazon