While it probably won’t be the latest Fire tablet, the 7th-generation Amazon Fire 7 tablet is available as low as $20 at Woot temporarily. What’s surprisingly better is that you can even package it with Amazon’s first-party case for just $1 more.
Getting a 7-inch tablet and case for just $21 total is a steal, especially when you consider that the new Fire 7 tablet goes for $50.
The tablet is capable of lasting for as long as eight hours on a solitary charge and still features Alexa (you simply have to hold the home catch to access it) so you can ask questions, tell it to play a song, check the weather and more.
You’ll also have access to Amazon’s App Store where you can download apps like Netflix, Facebook, HBO, Hulu, and Spotify. For more information, look at our review of the device.
Almost certainly, the 7th-gen Fire 7 tablet will before long rat, and after that point stock won’t be recharged, so get your order in without a moment’s delay on the off chance that you want to grab one.
Amazon’s 2017 Fire 7 model is furnished with a 7-inch IPS display, a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, and an 8GB or 16GB storage capacity. On the off chance that that isn’t sufficient storage, you can expand its capacity utilizing a microSD card, for example, SanDisk’s affordable 32GB option.
The 2019 Fire 7 added a faster processor, Alexa without hands capabilities as well as 16GB of storage as a matter of course and backing for larger microSD cards, however other than those spec knocks it remains for the most part unchanged.
So on the off chance that you needn’t bother with those features, or want to grab one of the original colors, the 7th-gen is for you — especially from just $20.
Woot usually charges $6 per order for shipping, however by signing in with an Amazon Prime membership, you can avoid the shipping fee and save that $6 instead. On the off chance that you’ve never been a Prime part, you can start a free 30-day trial to score free shipping at Woot and Amazon, along with access to all of Prime’s advantages, for example, the Prime Video streaming service, selective individuals just discounts, and more.