Fire Essentials Bundle including Fire Tablet, 7″ Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB – Includes Special Offers, Amazon Cover – Blue and Screen Protector

Fire (Previous Generation - 5th) Essentials Bundle including Fire Tablet, 7" Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB - Includes Special Offers, Amazon Cover - Blue and Screen Protector

  • Includes the latest Fire 7" Tablet with Special Offers ($49.99), Amazon Cover ($24.99), and Nupro Screen Protector ($12.99).
  • Beautiful 7" IPS display and 1.3 GHz quad-core processor. Available in four colors.
  • Now with the Alexa cloud-based voice service - just press and ask
  • Amazon Underground, where thousands of apps, games and even in-app items are 100% free
  • Enjoy millions of movies, TV shows, songs, Kindle e-books, apps and games
  • 8 or 16 GB of internal storage and a microSD slot for up to 200 GB of expandable storage
  • Prime members get unlimited access to a huge selection of songs, books, videos and more
  • Up to 7 hours of battery life

List Price: $ 87.97 Price:

 

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  • 211 of 219 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Complete Bundle Review!, April 9, 2016
    By 
    Neelahs L.
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

    This bundle includes Amazon’s flagship device of 2015, the 50 dollar Fire Tablet, a NuPro Fire Tablet Case (currently sold in 5 different colors for the same price at 24.99), and a NuPro Screen Protector (two-pack, currently sold for 12.99). Currently, the total price if you buy all the items separately is 87.97 (vs the current bundle price of 72.97, hence saving you 15 bucks). As an Amazon device fanatic, I have used every tablet sold by amazon, and will try my best to review it to the best of my ability.

    Before I go into a quick summary of the three products, I’ll tackle the question I get asked the most: With special offers, or without? These “Special Offers” aren’t at all in the way. It’s an interesting marketing technique on Amazon’s part, but personally, I have found it to be more helpful than in the way. Many of the books which I have read have been due to Amazon’s ads’ recommendation. It’s certainly not worth to pay a rather hefty ($15) price to get rid of them, but you always have the option if you want to.

    ———–The Fire Tablet————-

    I am not going to go into extensive detail on the tablet, because the fact that you’re here already means you’re interested in it and know what it’s all about. But let me quickly give my take on it.

    It’s a really great tablet for the price. This isn’t my all day use tablet, but, it’s a great tool for children. You can use Child accounts, and really configure it to whatever is best for your kid. Honestly, I haven’t used the Fire Tablet much, I just gave it away as a gift, because it’s a really inexpensive gift that these modern-day millennials love! Here are some quick pros and cons.

    PROS:

    -$50 Tablet with everything you need packed right in
    -Great 7-hour battery life, quick charging

    CONS:

    -Low Resolution (it’s not blurry or anything, but there is no comparison with that to my ($500) iPad, for example)
    -Horrible Speakers (easy workaround — use headphones)
    Low Res Cameras (this isn’t the tablet you need if you’re looking to replace your DSLR)

    ———- Amazon Fire Tablet Case ———-

    This case is just alright, very similar to NuPro’s case as well. It’s certainly not worth 25 bucks, but it’s not as awful as many people are saying. There is a magnetic closure, which is great, apart from I don’t know why they would remove the awesome feature of auto lock and unlock when closing the case. You can do that with all magnetic cases for the kindles, as well as the other fire tablets, just not this! Nothing great, needs some serious improvement. I do like the variety in colors though, my favorite is the Magenta.

    ——–NuPro Screen Protector———–

    This screen protector is also alright. I bought a total of two sets, the first was horrible, full of bubbles, and it caused I guess a bad initial reaction. I was sent a replacement, and that worked fine. So, that puts me in an iffy place. It’s not bad, but it’s not good either, not really worth 13 bucks. However, after doing some research, I realized that they’re aren’t really other great options for this particular fire tablet, so you’re kind of stuck with this.

    ___

    As you can see, I haven’t always had the best experience with NuPro. However, you are saving 15 bucks, and that’s a lot in this case, because of the low cost of the tablet. And if you get into any problems, Amazon and NuPro have FANTASTIC customer service.

    I’m always here to help, and will try to update price changes whenever they occur. If you have any questions please write them in the comments below, and I will get to them ASAP.

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  • 116 of 118 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    For the price, probably impossible to beat., May 14, 2016
    By 
    Art W.

    I’ve had a Kindle Fire HDX for the last two years and have loved it. . . however, due to the ever-increasing size of my Kindle/Audible/Video library it was no longer able to hold everything on it that I wanted– at the same time. I’m always itching to try new Amazon products and when I saw their new Kindle Fire tablet go on sale I decided to give it a try. This bundle popped up in my suggestions so I thought I’d give it a try.

    The truth is that for the price, you probably can’t get a better tablet. It has a pretty good processing speed, the resolution is decent, the memory is expandable (which I love) and it’s made with a fairly sturdy construction design. Buying the bundle saves you a little money and since all of the products are from Amazon itself pretty much guarantees that they will work well with each other.

    So what don’t I like? Even though the resolution is pretty good, it’s nothing compared to the Kindle Fire HDX. I know I paid a lot more for the other tablet. . . but it’s hard to go back. It also has a long, narrow design so that everything is either super thin or super wide. For reading it’s actually kind of nice. . . but for browsing, watching videos or anything else it’s a little obnoxious. The camera is pretty atrocious and I can almost promise that I won’t be using it ever. There are a few other things that it doesn’t do that my old Fire does, but conversely it also a few new features (software updates mostly– search bar for all programs, ability to easily close programs and windows,etc.) that are super nice. In my opinion the two best things that it has going for it are A.) It’s super inexpensive B.) It has expandable storage for books, movies, audiobooks etc.

    I actually really like the case (even though it would appear that not everyone does. It’s sturdy, fits well, and has a convenient magnetic cover which I’ve decided is really the best way to go! It doesn’t stand up very well on smooth surfaces, but I can live with that.

    There’s nothing special or unique about the screen protectors (pretty standard stuff) but it’s nice that you can order it all in a few click without having to go searching through endless suppliers for the cheapest one. I got mine on without any problems and with only 1 small bubble.

    Overall, it’s actually a really good deal and if you’re not used to better tablets you should absolutely buy it! Especially if you’re going to use it primarily to read, access Amazon (the website) and use other Amazon products and services (e.g., music, photos, instant video etc.). However, if you’ve already had a nice tablet probably skip this and try and more expensive/bigger version.

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  • 105 of 113 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Deals for a $50 Tablet., April 10, 2016
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    This is one of the best deals i have found on Amazon.
    For the money its worth every penny. Its better to buy this pack rather than purchasing everything individually. The screen guard which comes in this bundle is absolutely awesome. It really protects the screen from scratches and all those kind of stuffs. The flip cover is a multifunction case as it helps to keep the tab in landscape view without the need of any mobile holders and those.
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