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When you’ve read every book, watched every movie, and played every game you’ve played, you really need a new form of entertainment to keep you entertained. And one of the best ways to fight boredom is with a tablet to call your own.
Luckily the all new Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus is on sale for just $80, or an incredible $160 off retail value at HSN. This is currently the lowest price of the tablet on the web. Amazon doesn’t even have the HD Plus model for this layer.
If you’re new to HSN, get $20 off your first order with code HSN2021. Plus, you can pay in four $20 interest-free installments if you don’t want to pay $80 in one go.
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The Fire HD 8 Plus is a great alternative to Apple iPad – thanks to its beautiful 8-inch HD display, a lightweight and compact design and an affordable price. The latest Fire HD 8 Plus tablet features a sleeker new look, speeds up to 30 percent faster than previous models with a faster processor, faster charging with the built-in USB-C port (not included on the latest version), and 12 hours of battery life per charge instead of 10 hours.
It even includes fast and wireless charging, which isn’t even available on the entry-level Fire HD 8 tablet. And the 3 GB of memory combined with 32 GB of internal storage is expandable to a whopping 1 TB via a microSD card.
“This new Fire 8 HD Plus is a leap above the eighth-generation Fire 8 HD,” exclaimed a five-star reviewer. “Speed and battery are great. The QI wireless charging works like a charm. The 3 GB RAM is clearly reflected in the use of the tablet.”
The mini tablet works seamlessly with Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Music, as well as hundreds of social media apps, games, and more. So whenever you feel like you need a moment or two to yourself, find an empty room in your house or jump into a closet and read a library book on this tablet until your sanity returns.
Some shoppers even say it’s better than Samsung tablets. “I wanted a smaller tablet than my Samsung and this fit the bill. Can do a lot with it. Fits in my wallet. I also use it to read books from my local library, such a plus. Never carry a book with me again” , said one satisfied shopper.
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