Amazon’s Fire Tablets and Kindle e-readers undoubtedly rank among the most popular consumer electronics devices thanks to their accessibility and affordability. With that in mind, Amazon’s looking to offer a bit more this time around, with the arrival of its newest tablet, the Amazon Fire Max 11.
This latest hardware entry from Amazon targets users who’d like to focus a bit more on productivity, with a large 11-inch display that comes with a 2000 x 1200 pixel resolution, and support for stylus input and split-screen multitasking. The large display and added input functionality should make the tablet suitable for both work and play, especially since it comes with access to Amazon’s suite of streaming apps, in addition to third-party apps from Netflix, Microsoft, and more.
The tablet features an aluminum design, which houses two 8-megapixel cameras on the front and back, meaning that the tablet will be able to take on video calls and such. While it hasn’t clarified the exact processor used inside the Fire Max, Amazon says that the octa-core chipset and 4GB of RAM inside should be enough to provide “powerful” performance. There’s also a choice of either 64 or 128GB of internal storage, although both models come with the same battery capacity.
Other details include a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, Dolby Atmos Surround Sound, and compatibility with wireless keyboards. The Amazon Fire Max 11 is up for pre-order today, starting at $229.
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