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Amazon Brings Its Freetime Kids Service to Fire TV

Its largest tablet, the Amazon Fire HD 10 has just gotten a refresh and this new version brings along some really interesting features to Amazon's largest Fire Tablet.

The Kids tablet comes with a year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited in the United States and Fire for Kids Unlimited in the United Kingdom (normally $2.99/£1.99 a month for Prime members) giving children access to thousands of books, Audible books, videos, educational apps and games that are all hand-selected and are age-appropriate (as before, the selection of content will adapt as your kids get older).

Is Amazon's Day 1 Edition initiative for testing new Alexa hardware the right move? The company's latest Fire HD 10 tablet features a new octa-core processor clocked at 2.0GHz that's supported by 2GB of RAM.

Also shipping October 30 will be the newest version of the Fire HD 10 tablet. When it becomes available later this month, you'll be able to buy the Fire HD 10 in two configurations, outfitting the device with either 32GB or 64GB of internal storage. Amazon's also touting improved battery life at 12 hours of use on one charge compared to the old model's 10-hour rating. It's coming soon to select Fire TV Edition smart TVs, according to Amazon. The tablet is available in four colors- black, white, blue and purple, while the Kids Edition bundle comes with a black tablet and a case in either pink, blue, or purple. FreeTime Unlimited is Amazon's content subscription for kids. The same hardware, without all those extras, otherwise costs $70, and there are now no plans to offer the Paperwhite or Oasis in Kids Edition versions. The FreeTime app allows parents to manage their kids' screentime, in addition to adding age restrictions and removing content. FreeTime is available on the second-generation Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Stick 4K, as well as first and second-generation Fire TVs. Amazon also has prepaid yearly options for families with either one or more children. The Kids Edition costs slightly more at $200. Finally, there's faster charging with the upgrade to USB-C.

Amazon Fire HD10

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