Amazon’s new Fire HD 8 Reader’s Edition Launched

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Great news for people who love to read eBooks, but also wants a large HD Display with more features, might want to check out Amazon’s New Fire HD 8 Reader’s Edition tablet. The Fire HD 8 Reader’s Edition is priced at $249.99 which is $120 more than what you would pay for the Fire HD 8 tablet. Now thinking of Features you are going to pay for… I am giving you all the specifications it has. OK, Let’s Start…

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Fire HD 8 features an incredibly thin and light design and 8″ screen featuring a widescreen 1280 x 800 HD display with over 1 million pixels perfect for viewing vibrant magazines, flipping through colourful comic book pages, or perusing beautiful picture books. It comes with a fast quad-core processor up to 1.5 GHz, a rear-facing 5 MP camera and front-facing HD camera. Plus, 8 GB internal storage and a microSD card slot for up to 128 GB of expandable storage. It also includes a New Feature called Blue Shade explained by Amazon as…

“Blue Shade uses specialized filters to limit exposure to blue light. It also offers warm colour filters and the ability to lower the display brightness to an ultra-low level for comfortable night time reading—even in a dark room. The feature can be easily turned on or off with a single tap on the Blue Shade quick setting. Customers can also fine-tune the colour settings to their personal preference, with the device intelligently adjusting the colour filtering so that at any colour or brightness, the blue wavelength light is always sufficiently suppressed.”

That’s Not all when you buy New Fire HD 8 Reader’s Edition you will also get One year of Kindle Unlimited a $120 value included with access to over 1 million titles and thousands of audio books, a limited edition rustic brown leather case that gives the look and feel of a real book cover and protects the tablet from accidental scratches.

This Device is available for Pre-orders and shipments are scheduled to begin on December 9. Now Bad news for Indians as there’s no word on Indian availability as of yet.

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