This 7in Android tablet is ludicrously cheap (and comes with a buy-five-get-one-free offer), but it gets the basics right while costing less than one-sixth of an iPad mini 4
Amazon’s latest low cost Fire asks the question: can a tablet that sets you back just £50 each, or buy five and get one free, be any good at all?
It’s the fifth version of the original Fire tablet, which first launched in 2011 as Amazon’s attempt to undercut Apple’s iPad and produce a low-cost tablet to access its books and video services.
Pros: cheap, Amazon video, books and music services, microSD card slot, feels durable
Cons: low-res screen, heavy, chunky, poor cameras, takes ages to charge, battery life not fantastic