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Kindle Fire HD

Review Excerpt: Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD is a viable children’s tablet, especially considering it falls into the same price range. Features include parental controls, a front facing camera, a clear, responsive 1280×800 HD display, quality stereo sound, Wi-Fi, a 1.2 Ghz processor and integrated support for services like Skype, Facebook, Twitter, and Gmail. Amazon has also just announced Kindle FreeTime – a “personalized tablet experience” designed to provide add-free, in-app-sales free access to better quality content, just for kids on the Kindle Fire HD. Set daily screen limits, and give access to appropriate content for each child.” The subscription-based version of this service, called “Kindle FreeTime Unlimited,” is available on the all-new Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HD 8.9.  It bundles books, games, educational apps, movies and TV shows into one simple, unlimited, easy-to-use service for kids ages 3-8. The cost is  $5/month per child or $10/month per family (subtract about $2/month  if you’re already an Amazon Prime subscriber). Subscribers, please log into our database using your password to read the full review along with our rating, and see why this received our Editor’s Choice Award.

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