The most immediate upgrade is the Fire HD 10’s 1080p screen (224ppi), which is a solid bump up from the 720p (1,280 x 800–pixel) display of its predecessor. Under the hood, it packs in 2GB of RAM (twice as much as before), as well as a 1.8GHz quad-core processor, which Amazon claims is 30 percent faster than the last model’s. The tablet also includes 32GB of storage, and you can add an additional 256GB via the microSD slot.
- Incredibly low price
- Sharp 1080p screen
- Significant RAM and processor upgrade
- Hands-free Alexa works well
- Still no Google apps
- Some slowdown issues with games