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UPDATEDA superb device that takes digital reading to the next level - but are you willing to pay the whopping price?
The latest big screen tablet offering from Amazon is here, but it's not all plain sailing in the Fire OS sea.
UpdatedAn all-new Kindle takes a great design, improves it, and makes the best ereader around.
Amazon's revamped Fire tablets have arrived giving you ultimate access to the retailer's extensive wares.
The Kindle (2014) has a touchscreen, making all the difference when it comes to usability. It's also very reasonably priced. Is this the perfect cheap ereader?
UpdatedWe get our hands on the latest bit of Amazon kit – but will a stronger CPU and supercrisp screen be enough to take on the Nexus 7?
UpdatedDon't like the iPad Mini? Befuddled by the Nexus 7? Amazon's Kindle Fire HD how comes in 7- and 8.9-inch screen sizes to satisfy.