Amazon Fire Tablet, 7" Display, Quad Core, Wi-Fi, 8 GB £39.99 @ Amazon UK
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Amazon Fire Tablet, 7" Display, Quad Core, Wi-Fi, 8 GB £39.99 @ Amazon UK

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Found 12th Jan 2016
Only £30 if you are in a prime now area using code "PRIMENOW30" (ScrewYou)

Beautiful 7" IPS display (171 ppi / 1024 x 600)
• Fast 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and rear- and front-facing cameras
• Amazon Underground: All-new, one-of-a-kind app store experience where thousands of apps, games and in-app items are actually free -- including extra lives, unlocked levels, unlimited add-on packs and more
• Prime members can stream thousands of Prime Video titles, access over 800,000 book titles, thousands of audiobooks and over a million songs
• Prime members can download thousands of Prime Video movies and TV shows to watch offline anywhere
• Enjoy more than 38 million songs, movies, TV shows, books, apps and games
• Free unlimited cloud storage for all Amazon content and photos taken with Fire devices. Add a microSD card for up to 128GB of additional storage
•Up to 7 hours of reading, surfing the web on Wi-Fi, watching video and listening to music
•Stay connected with fast web browsing, e-mail and calendar support

After ordering go to chat and ask for the £10 discount for PRIMENOW30.

Just say why can't a loyal customers get the same treatment, i go the £10 refunded in under 2mins!
- *Sloman*
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Only £30 if you are in a prime now area using code "PRIMENOW30"

New accounts only (_;)
If this was any make other than an Amazon Fire I would buy it.

But it is, so I won't.
Shows at 39.99 when you check out.
says £49.99?
Can you get the NOWTV app on this? Or Netflix?


build quality from Amazon is good. There are plenty of guides out there get Android on rather than Amazon's buy everything from us OS.
Edited by: "markgelder" 12th Jan 2016
markgelder

Shows at 39.99 when you check out.



When I click the deal link it's £39.99. Am I special?
HedgyHoggy

When I click the deal link it's £39.99. Am I special?



Yes!

As that's the price
nn196411

says £49.99?



​its must have had a funny 5 mins as its £39.99 now !

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HedgyHoggy

Can you get the NOWTV app on this? Or Netflix?

I have netflix on mine
£39.99 with special offers
£49.99 without the ads
£30 for "new accounts" in a prime now area.

Just ordered my £30 tablet

Edited by: "ScrewYou" 12th Jan 2016
Just note that at this price, you'll be lumped with amazons in device adverts every now and again
I bought one of these in the lightening deal thing, they're ok, but frustrating to work. And quickly get filled up. I've put an SD card in (plus over Apple) but if you download something onto the SD card it can only be accessed by the profile that downloaded it, so if you download Thomas the tank engine onto the SD card, it can't be accessed in the kids unlimited bit. It's also way to easy to accidently buy something! Oh and the kids unlimited bit is really frustrating when you don't have wifi- it shows all of the icons just the same, but they don't open unless they're ones you've previously downloaded. I think it's probably worth £40, but not much more, and certainly not as a rival for a proper tablet.
sboyy

Just note that at this price, you'll be lumped with amazons in device … Just note that at this price, you'll be lumped with amazons in device adverts every now and again



​Ask Amazon chat to remove them. They've done this for me on 3 kindles now.
Thanks for the heads up, been waiting for the price to do again
Is this device an android run one? I'm not the most tech savvy, i do apologise
21titch

Is this device an android run one? I'm not the most tech savvy, i do … Is this device an android run one? I'm not the most tech savvy, i do apologise


"Amazon FireOS is an Android-based mobile operating system produced by Amazon for its Fire Phone and Kindle Fire range of tablets, and other content delivery devices like Fire TV. It is forked from Android. Fire OS primarily centers on content consumption, with a customized user interface and heavy ties to content available from Amazon's own storefronts and services."
Seems a good price to me
21titch

Is this device an android run one? I'm not the most tech savvy, i do … Is this device an android run one? I'm not the most tech savvy, i do apologise



It's a heavily modified android OS, its missing google play services and the google app store but these can be side loaded just google it. If not you can install 1mobile market from the internet and just use that to install applications, if you think the amazon store is limited. Hopefully that made some sense
I bought a couple of these for my parents at Christmas and although it's good for less than £40, I think pretty slow and clunky. The OS isn't the most intuitive either.

Voted hot for the price.
sboyy

Just note that at this price, you'll be lumped with amazons in device … Just note that at this price, you'll be lumped with amazons in device adverts every now and again



Easy fix contact customer service they remove for free if you say you never knew they had ads !

Also do the easy mod to allow google play and you can remove ads !
HedgyHoggy

If this was any make other than an Amazon Fire I would buy it.But it is, … If this was any make other than an Amazon Fire I would buy it.But it is, so I won't.



Go for the Chinghei Water SD then, I love it when it works, so I don't ever love it

I need more breakfast.
Got one for £30 primenow at Christmas and I love it. I mainly use it for its text-to-speech feature on Kindle books so it reads my books to me. Brilliant.
So far the ads dont annoy me as they only come up when resuming from sleep mode and with one swipe they are gone.
It is however an absolute fingerprint magnet which may drive me to getting a screen protector.
sboyy

Just note that at this price, you'll be lumped with amazons in device … Just note that at this price, you'll be lumped with amazons in device adverts every now and again


I am not saying that it is trivially easy, but you can stop the ads with a simple command if you know what you are doing
forum.xda-developers.com/ama…946
In the last month or two, I have prepared 2 of these for senior citizens; removing ads, loading Google Play Store & Services, installing a better launcher app.
My children had one each for Christmas when it was £35. It is great for them, I use it too and it is good.
I bought one for my Dad for Christmas (ad free version) I am amazed at the quality for the money. Thinking of getting one for myself.
I'm not especially tech-minded - but I picked up one of these in the Black Friday deal posted here on HUKD, and i've been really impressed with this inexpensive gadget.

Using the workaround posted in the Black Friday thread (the link above is probably the same, but I haven't checked) it was easy to get Google Play onto the tablet and from then it was simple to get all my standard android apps loaded.

The tablet is great - I've seen complaints about the screen resolution but it seems perfect to me - and the touch screen is responsive.

It's a great device to take away as I've no concerns about it getting damaged.

It takes a MicroSD card.

A charge seems to last forever.

All-in-all, I'd highly recommend it. Amazing value for money.
You have to install the google play store to do it but yes it's easy enough to do
I got a couple of these when the were £35 a pop. Takes less than a minute to put Google Play Store on them. I got mine from Argos so it didn't come with the ads, but they're easy enough to remove.

Really impressed with the build and quality. Especially for the price I paid.
Just ordered one. Will flash it with one of the ROMs from XDA Developers. Amazon's version of Android can **** off.
Great value, if you can set it up to get the best out of it
I bought this when it was in the black Friday deal. it's a good tablet for everyday use for surfing the internet and playing g basic game apps etc. however I bought a fire TV stick to pair with it and the tablet doesn't have the ability to cast/ mirror so just beware it cannot be displayed on a bigger screen (as it does not have a HDMI port either). Good tablet if you do just want it for basic tasks though at this price.
That doesn't work for me on a trial prime membership
I was looking at the 10 inch in John Lewis the other day but this would probably be a better option.

Does anyone know how the screen compares to the 10 inch HD one? The 7 inch one isn't described as HD but has a higher ppi (the 7 is 171 ppi and the HD 10 is 149 ppi) – does this mean the screen would look just as good/better?
davrosmackenzie

That doesn't work for me on a trial prime membership



Are you in a 'Prime Now' area? The code only works for Prime Now deliveries.
tom00

Are you in a 'Prime Now' area? The code only works for Prime Now … Are you in a 'Prime Now' area? The code only works for Prime Now deliveries.



Yeah i just read the first post again and realised! Duh...oh well i might wait and see if Argos price matches and go get one today.
beckyp93

I bought this when it was in the black Friday deal. it's a good tablet … I bought this when it was in the black Friday deal. it's a good tablet for everyday use for surfing the internet and playing g basic game apps etc. however I bought a fire TV stick to pair with it and the tablet doesn't have the ability to cast/ mirror so just beware it cannot be displayed on a bigger screen (as it does not have a HDMI port either). Good tablet if you do just want it for basic tasks though at this price.


Like other android devices you might be able to use a Micro USB to hdmi mhl adapter.
Still showing up under the buy 5 get one free offer too, which is alright if you want 6 of them for £33.34 each
Just ordered 30 pounds. There is a £2 tip but you can remove it. I'm getting delivery between 2-4 today.
gyzmoid

Still showing up under the buy 5 get one free offer too, which is alright … Still showing up under the buy 5 get one free offer too, which is alright if you want 6 of them for £33.34 each



scratch that, limits you to adding 2 per customer when you try to buy 6
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