Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet review

Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet

  • Not a toy, a full-featured Fire HD 8 tablet with a vibrant HD display, 32 GB internal storage, and up to 12 hours of mixed-use battery life. Add a microSD card for up to 256 GB of expandable storage.

 

 

Display 8″ high definition touchscreen; 1280 x 800 resolution at 189 ppi, HD video playback, with IPS (in-plane switching) technology and advanced polarizing filter
Size 9.6″ x 6.1″ x 1″ (154.0 x 243.0 x 26.3 mm)
Weight 17.6 oz. (483 g)
Actual size and weight may vary by configuration and manufacturing process
CPU & RAM Quad-Core 1.3 GHz with 1.5 GB of RAM

 

Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet review :

We got this the day it came out. I have a four year old daughter, and she loves it! We have an iPad for her, but it was getting very expensive because so many of the games have buttons that you can click which then tell you about things you need to buy and she would have to have them. This tablet restricts all in app purchasing. Yay! We tried the older version of this tablet but it kept freezing and did not perform well. But so far, this one works well. I have two requests to Amazon, and I am hoping that someone from Amazon reads my review so they can make this change. Please change Amazon Freetime so that it puts the story apps that are under apps into the books sections. There are many wonderful stories that are read out loud but they are in the apps section instead of the books section, so then when I restrict her tablet to books only, she can’t access them. I would love it so much if you they would fix this. A few examples of the stories she can’t access when I restrict her to books because they are considers apps are the following: Nighty Night!, Charlie Brown’s, The Berenstain Bears, and Dino-Store Story. The other recommendation I have is to please hide from view the activities that are restricted. As it is now, she can see all the apps but gets an error message when she selects them. I really like this product, and I think it so great for children. It just needs a few little improvements to the Freetime interface.