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All-new Fire HD 10 tablet, 10.1″, 1080p Full HD, 32 GB, latest model (2021 release), Black, without lockscreen ads

$164.99

Fast and responsive – powerful octa-core processor and 3 GB RAM. 50% more RAM than previous generation.

Long-lasting 12-hour battery and 32 or 64 GB internal storage. Add up to 1 TB with microSD (sold separately).

Brighter display – Vivid 10.1″ 1080p Full HD display is 10% brighter than previous generation, with more than 2 million pixels.

Enjoy your favorite apps like Netflix, Facebook, Hulu, Instagram, TikTok, and more through Amazon’s Appstore (Google Play not supported. Subscription for some apps required).

Stay connected – Download apps like Zoom, or ask Alexa to make video calls to friends and family.

Get more done – Check email, update shopping lists, and set reminders. Use your favorite apps like Microsoft Office, OneNote, and Dropbox.

Hands-free with Alexa, including on/off toggle.

Thinner and lighter than previous generation. Screen made with strengthened aluminosilicate glass.

Split screen – All-new feature for Fire OS that shows two compatible apps, like Facebook Messenger and Prime Video, open side by side for easy multitasking.

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  • All-new Fire HD 10 tablet, 10.1″, 1080p Full HD, 32 GB, latest model (2021 release), Black, without lockscreen ads


  • Fast and responsive – powerful octa-core processor and 3 GB RAM. 50% more RAM than previous generation.
     

  • Long-lasting 12-hour battery and 32 or 64 GB internal storage. Add up to 1 TB with microSD (sold separately).
     

  • Brighter display – Vivid 10.1″ 1080p Full HD display is 10% brighter than previous generation, with more than 2 million pixels.
     

  • Enjoy your favorite apps like Netflix, Facebook, Hulu, Instagram, TikTok, and more through Amazon’s Appstore (Google Play not supported. Subscription for some apps required).
     

  • Stay connected – Download apps like Zoom, or ask Alexa to make video calls to friends and family.
     

  • Get more done – Check email, update shopping lists, and set reminders. Use your favorite apps like Microsoft Office, OneNote, and Dropbox.
     

  • Hands-free with Alexa, including on/off toggle.
     

  • Thinner and lighter than previous generation. Screen made with strengthened aluminosilicate glass.
  • Split screen – All-new feature for Fire OS that shows two compatible apps, like Facebook Messenger and Prime Video, open side by side for easy multitasking.

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  1. Meclu

    Multiple problems with various apps and email. I called in for support and first tech had me reset it to factory defaults. It seemed to work but two days later problems are back. I called in again and this tech said the problems were with the apps. He said he needed to check on something and would call me back in two hours. I am still waiting for the call. He finally sent an email telling me to check the various articles in the help section, none of which address an issue of touching the screen not properly working.I do not know I if the problem are with my individual tablet (what I expect) or with all 11th gen tablets.Very frustrating.Tablet has been replaced and new one is working very well. I knew the problem was internal in the old device. I understand that Amazon needs to check out problems before they replace things and talking to three agents to get it resolved was frustrating. The second agent I spoke with needs more training. It is totally unacceptable to tell a customer you will be calling back and then fail to do so. The third agent I spoke with – James – was very professional and helpful.

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  2. Laura Beth

    I’m in love! I wanted something that I could use in quite moments when I didn’t want my full laptop. I have used it in the evening and mornings when I want to check my email or finish writing a proposal. It’s compact enough that I can type with one hand and the voice controls are amazing. I also love being able to taking notes on my kindle books as I do research and now I can easily put them in OneNote.I have an iPad with a keyboard case as well, but this is just a little easier to use for things like watching a TV show while I work on something. Plus it is lighter weight. The keyboard weighs a lot more than I thought it would, but the fire is lighter.I would 10/10 recommend this for anyone who just wants to curl up in a cozy spot and get a bit of work done.I also relealize that it is excessive to have an iPad Pro, Mircosoft Surface Pro and a Fire, but the Fire was well worth the money. Its as if my iPad and Surface had a baby. I would suggest the fire as a great alternative to the ipad if you are not doing anything that reqires a lot of processing power. I would also recomend it as a way less expensive option to the Surface if you aren’t going to game and do a bunch of annotations.I do wish it had a smart pen and a way to house it with case.

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  3. Sabrina

    I got the olive one. Every app that I had on my rose one was able to be downloaded. The power button has moved but I like it because used to press power on accident while reading.

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  4. Jevon larson

    So far I have been enjoying the new fire hd 10. I traded in my old model for the new one without any problems. I really like the new split screen option and the added ram. I also bought the Amazon keyboard cover and it basically makes it a chrome book. So much easier for browsing and watching shows.

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  5. SundayAtDusk

    None of the reviews here at the time are showing ‘Verified Purchase” because the pre-order was split into three parts: 1) The new fire you chose 2) The “All New, Made for Amazon Bluetooth Keyboard with detachable case in Black, for Fire HD 10 (11th Generation) 2021 release” 3) Microsoft 365 Personal | 12-Month Subscription, 1 person. So, do go look at those pages if you want to see more reviews.1) The Fire I got was the “All-new Fire HD 10 tablet, 10.1″, 1080p Full HD, 32 GB, latest model (2021 release), Denim”. It’s very similar to the last two HD 10 releases, except it’s faster. It shuts down faster, too, but I have to hold down the start button longer to get it to start up. The port locations aren’t exactly the same as the 2017 and 2019 models, so my MoKo cases for them don’t have the cut-outs right for the 2021 model. The on button and the charge port are partially covered. The 2021 model uses the same charging cord as the 2019 model, not the 2017 model, and a charging cord and 9 watt charger are of course included.The speakers of the 2021 model don’t sound any different to me, and it’s best to play music from Fires on external speakers anyway. I never use the cameras, so can’t comment on those on any models. I bought a Fire with ads, but they are only on the lock screen, not pop-up types. For me, the 32 GB was fine, too, because I never need extra space, and, if I did, would just insert a memory card.One difference I truly appreciate about the 2021 model, though, is there are none of my Kindle books showing on my home page, which makes me so glad. The last software update for the 2017 and 2019 models put books from my library on the page, and you can either hide them or remove the download. Other books will replace them, though, if you hide them. If I wanted to see my Kindle books I would just tap the Kindle app. I don’t need to see them on my home page.2) The keyboard and keyboard case I really like! With the Fire attached, it weighs 2 pounds, 6.4 ounces, so it does add quite a bit of weight to the Fire HD 10, but it turns it into a little Chromebook. In my opinion, it types and feels just like a laptop keyboard except it has no touch pad. (I’m going to investigate Bluetooth mice, but now just use my stylus and the touch screen to do mouse tasks.) It makes a nice light clicking sound when you type and doesn’t skip any letters or numbers; although sometimes when typing a sentence starting with the letter “I”, it will make a small “i” instead of a capital one.The Fire is held in a frame that attaches magnetically to the keyboard. It quickly attaches and detaches. I’ve held it over cushioning and tried to see if I could shake the Fire off the keyboard, but it did not fall off. The Fire has a good tilt on the table, but not on the laptop stand I tried. Also, it can’t be flipped to make a 2-in-1 type of laptop. The keyboard connected easily to my Fire by Bluetooth, comes with a charging cord, but not a charger. I’m using a 9 watt Fire charger. If you want to see more reviews on the keyboard, do go to the keyboard page listed in the first paragraph of this review.3) The 1-year Microsoft 365 Personal subscription is one of the reasons I got the bundle deal. I’ve been subscribing to it monthly, and it will cost a lot less with this subscription. My monthly subscription was up for renewal last week, so I cancelled it and waited until I got a letter from Microsoft saying it had expired. I then went to my “Memberships & Subscriptions” page here at Amazon and downloaded it on my desktop. Well, it was already downloaded, but doing so activated it again. I had no problems whatsoever with activation.To get Office on my Fire, I just had to sign in at Microsoft using my Microsoft e-mail and password, not my Amazon e-mail and password. Everything is there on the Fire, but I don’t know if everything will work on the Fire as it does on a desktop or laptop. I only use Word to create documents, and that works fine on the Fire. I like having the subscription through Amazon, too, because you can go to your Memberships & Subscriptions page and turn on or off auto-renew or cancel next year. You don’t have to go to Microsoft to do so.Well, that’s a brief summary of everything. I’m happy with the bundle deal, especially since I also got a $30 gift card for a trade-in of my 2019 Fire HD 10 and applied it to the deal, making what I paid even less.P.S. Seeing all the questions about printing capabilities, I decided to print a document from Office using the HD 10, something I’ve never done before. First, I turned on my TS8320 Canon printer, than I turned on my new HD 10 and the keyboard, chose a document in Office and chose print. It asked if I wanted to save it as a PDF or print. I chose print and chose “all printers”. Up came my TS8320 instantly as a choice, I pressed the print symbol, and it printed faster than it does from my desktop! I guess the printer was instantly there as a choice since it is part of my wireless network. I definitely didn’t do any Bluetooth stuff to connect the HD 10 to the printer. This is the first time I have ever tried to print anything with a Fire.

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  6. Rafael Hernandez

    This tablet is the bomb. I mean just a bad “mamajama”. Steve Jobs is crying in heaven for not making this tablet. The 10.1 HD fire tablet (2021)makes the IPAD look like an atari 2600. Super fast, awesome picture, great speakers, and the battery life lasted longer then both my marriages combined. Amazon did it right when they named this bad boy “fire”!

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  7. M. Abrego

    My older Fire tablet came up missing while having repairs done, which was really upsetting. My older Fire was around 15 years old. I didn’t think it would be very different with the newest version but I am very pleased. It is faster and seems to be very responsive. I am very pleased with the quality of this Fire tablet so far. I will follow up with an update when I have had it for a while.9/13/21 This is the best Fire tablet I have purchased (I have had 5.)The battery life has been really fantastic. I bought a lighting cable and was surprised how quickly it charged up. I am very happy with my Fire.

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  8. Minnesotan Hockey Man

    The keyboard case is pretty nice. It basically turns into a nice little laptop. Easy to use and responds quickly without lag. The memory expansion option is nice. I’m happy with it. The split screen feature is great if you want to have music or tv on the side while you read news or surf the web.Update: I’ve had it for around 3 weeks now. I still really like it. It works well as my entertainment laptop. It handles email, streaming services, Kindle and Audible books, Amazon photos, etc. really well. I added the 256GB memory chip. It isn’t a work laptop replacement but is great for entertainment/home use where you’re tired of using your smartphone and want a bigger screen but not a full blown laptop. That’s what this is perfect for in my opinion. I really like the keyboard and find it handy as a good quality storage case in addition to being a keyboard. Very happy with it and would buy again.Update August 12, 2021: I’ve had this for 2.5 months now and still really enjoy it. I think it is perfect for what I wanted – an entertainment machine. I still wouldn’t recommend it as a work laptop replacement, but if you’re looking for something to read news, watch TV in a portable way with hot spot on your phone, review email, surf the web, and do your internet shopping – I’d say get this with the keyboard case. For the money, this is as good as you’ll get on the market today.

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  9. Dash Riprock

    This is my third Fire tablet. I love the updates to the 2021 model. I borrowed a friend’s iPad Pro…and really, I don’t see much difference other than she paid over $1000 for hers.I ordered the 128 gig update.Suggestion: spend the $15 to opt out of ads. You’ll thank yourself later. Also, order the Bluetooth keyboard and case. Best money you will spend. For $250 or so you’re getting something that’s just as good as the iPad costing four times as much and doesn’t have a keyboard!

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  10. Jeff Henderson

    Faster & Better… Just finished downloading Google Play Store and then Mystery Manor for my wife’s new Generation 11. Much improvement over her older Samsung Galaxy. I have a lot more positive (Pros) to say plus I’ll throw in the few negatives (Cons) but, later. Right now I am too busy setting things up for her.Ok first thing… If you just want to install Google Play Store:First search how to install the Google Play Store on an Amazon Fire Tablet. Scroll to where you see the Android Police link but, it should be at the top. Here you will find complete instructions. First you will have to enable install apps from unknown sources in the tablets settings. There will be 4 APK files which you will need to download. Note that they will need to be downloaded from the Silk browser. Follow instructions to the letter because the 4 files will have to be downloaded before you start the install process and then in a certain order. The links on the Android Police website give links to variants of the files depending on your version of the OS. The latest is Fire OS 7.3.1.9 ((Android 9.0 (Pie)) and if your not tech savvy then find a friend or family member who is. If you have children then they most likely to have the knowledge because it isn’t that difficult and most kids nowadays are tech savvy enough to do this in about 10 minutes.ADVANCED: Turn your Amazon Fire Tablet into a Beautiful Android Device (Custom Launcher & Install Google Play Store)Watch at https://youtu.be/2sPdjNfW9I0 there is a second video in the series that I highly recommend you watch so you can add back your Amazon Prime, Fire Tablet camera, Kindle features and more. Also, it goes in depth about all the other toolkit options.FULL SPECIFICATIONS:Also known as Amazon Fire HD10+, Amazon Fire HD 10 Plus (11th Generation)NETWORK Technology No cellular connectivityLAUNCH Announced 2021, April 27Available. Released 2021, May 26BODY Dimensions 247 x 166 x 9.2 mm (9.72 x 6.54 x 0.36 in) Weight 468 g (1.03 lb)SIM NoDISPLAY Type IPS LCD Size 10.1 inches, 295.8 cm2 (~72.1% screen-to-body ratio)Resolution 1920 x 1200 pixels, 16:10 ratio (~224 ppi density)Protection Aluminosilicate glassPLATFORM OS Android 9.0 (Pie), Fire OS 7Chipset Mediatek MT8183 Helio P60T (12 nm)CPU Octa-core (4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A53)GPU Mali-G72 MP3MEMORY Card slot microSDXC (dedicated slot) Internal 32GB or 64GB 3GB or 4GB RamMAIN CAMERA Single 5 MP Video 720pSELFIE CAMERA Single 2 MP Video 720pSOUND Loudspeaker Yes, with stereo speakers and 3.5mm jackCOMMS WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LEGPS NoNFC NoRadio NoUSB USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-GoSensors AccelerometerText-to-Speech English-language content readerBATTERY Type Li-Ion, non-removableCharging Fast wireless charging

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