Amazon Fire Kids Edition review
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For all intents and purposes, the Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition is essentially the standard Amazon Fire tablet. The difference is that is has a few family features, such as a built-in protective case and a two-year replacement guarantee should it become faulty. It ticks boxes for concerned parents, but as a tablet is it any good? Find out in our full review.
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- What is it?
- What's it like to use?
- What are the sound and screen like?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
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