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Amazon Fire 7

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3069 reviews of Amazon Fire 7. The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People are impressed by the portability and size. The performance and usability also get good feedback.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Amazon Fire 7 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Dan Ackerman (cnet.com)

Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition review: A tablet kids quickly outgrow

 

The 7-inch version of Amazon's kids tablet has the great software and warranty features of the 8-inch version, but falls behind in speed, screen and sound.

This very low-cost tablet includes a wealth of extras, including deep parental controls, a no-questions-asked two-year warranty and Amazon's excellent FreeTime Unlimited service. Onboard storage is expandable via microSD card.

The slightly larger, more expensive Fire HD 8 has a better display and audio, and runs faster. The Kids Edition costs significantly more than the otherwise identical standard version. There are the same app store limitations as the other Amazon Fire...

The very basic Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet has great software for kids and parents, but the slightly more expensive 8-inch version is a better all-around pick.

Apr, 2018

Expert review by : David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Amazon's new Fire 7 tablet becomes a better bargain (review)

 

Amazon's entry-level tablet received some modest updates, including a slightly thinner design, an extra hour of battery life and enhanced screen contrast.

The Amazon Fire 7 is inexpensive, runs Amazon's user-friendly operating system and houses a microSD card slot expandable up to 256GB. This 2017 edition is slightly lighter and battery life has been improved. Amazon Prime members can access the bevy of...

1,024x600 display is sub-HD quality and not as sharp as the display on the step-up Fire HD 8, which doesn't cost much more. To truly take advantage of what the tablet has to offer, you need an Amazon Prime membership and there's no access to Google...

Despite its performance limitations, you'll be hard-pressed to find a better entry-level tablet than the 2017 Amazon Fire 7.

Jun, 2017

Expert review by : Simon Osborne-Walker (trustedreviews.com)

Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition

 

A basic tablet, but crammed with great content for kids. Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition.

Rugged case ; Masses of children's content ; Great no-quibble warranty

Screen protector costs extra ; Can't watch videos offline ; Battery life could be better

The hardware may not be great, but the year of amazing free content still means this is worth the money.

Feb, 2018

Expert review by : Chris Hall (pocket-lint.com)

Amazon Fire 7 review: The best affordable tablet

 

The Fire 7 has won itself a lot of fans based on its happy go lucky positioning at the bottom of the pile. It's one of those devices that you'd

Great value for money ; Solid build ; Seamless integration with your Amazon account ; MicroSD card slot for storage expansion on a budget

Tech spec isn't great ; Could do with faster charging ; Limited resolution ; Mono speaker is lacklustre

The Fire 7 has won itself a lot of fans based on its happy-go-lucky positioning at the bottom of the tablet pile. It's one of those devices that you'd probably dismiss based on the spec sheet, if it wasn't for its ridiculously affordable price point....

Jul, 2017

Expert review by : Cameron Faulkner (techradar.com)

Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition review

 

The best kids tablet around for small hands and a big imagination

Affordable ; Durable ; Parent- friendly 2 year warranty ; A year of FreeTime access

3-12 age suggestion should stop before 9 ; Amazon’s app store is somewhat limited

If you’re looking for a cheap, surprisingly capable tablet suited for use with children, look no further. Amazon has packed the Fire 7 Kids to the brim with features at a highly tempting price.

Jul, 2018

Expert review by : Dan Ackerman (cnet.co.uk)

Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition review: A tablet kids quickly outgrow

 

The 7-inch version of Amazon's kids tablet has the great software and warranty features of the 8-inch version, but falls behind in speed, screen and sound.

This very low-cost tablet includes a wealth of extras, including deep parental controls, a no-questions-asked two-year warranty and Amazon's excellent FreeTime Unlimited service. Onboard storage is expandable via microSD card.

The slightly larger, more expensive Fire HD 8 has a better display and audio, and runs faster. The Kids Edition costs significantly more than the otherwise identical standard version. There are the same app store limitations as the other Amazon Fire...

The very basic Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet has great software for kids and parents, but the slightly more expensive 8-inch version is a better all-around pick.

Apr, 2018

Expert review by : David Carnoy (cnet.co.uk)

Amazon's new Fire 7 tablet becomes a better bargain (review)

 

Amazon's entry-level tablet received some modest updates, including a slightly thinner design, an extra hour of battery life and enhanced screen contrast.

The Amazon Fire 7 is inexpensive, runs Amazon's user-friendly operating system and houses a microSD card slot expandable up to 256GB. This 2017 edition is slightly lighter and battery life has been improved. Amazon Prime members can access the bevy of...

1,024x600 display is sub-HD quality and not as sharp as the display on the step-up Fire HD 8, which doesn't cost much more. To truly take advantage of what the tablet has to offer, you need an Amazon Prime membership and there's no access to Google...

Despite its performance limitations, you'll be hard-pressed to find a better entry-level tablet than the 2017 Amazon Fire 7.

Jun, 2017

Expert review by : Jim Martin (techadvisor.co.uk)

Amazon Fire (2015) review

 

Amazon has aggressively pushed down the price of tablets in order to undercut Android rivals. Here's our Amazon Fire review, which explains why the tablet is such a bargain at just £49.

It's certainly not perfect, and the lack of Google apps will still put some people off, but the Fire is excellent value at under £50. The latest Fire OS is so Android-like that it's easy to use, and the Fire for Kids app makes it possible to limit what...

Nov, 2016

Consumer review (argos.co.uk)

Amazon Fire 7.

 

My grandson loves it

Jun, 2017

Consumer review (argos.co.uk)

Brilliant

 

Brilliant easy to use and update

Jun, 2017