Amazon has two different lines of tablets: the Amazon Kindle line of ereaders, and the Fire tablet range of low-cost Android slates, and both are pretty popular in their respective fields.
However if you’re not particularly tech-savvy, it can be hard knowing which of these is best for you, or even which of them you own.
It doesn’t help that until 2014, the name Amazon Kindle Fire was used to refer to what’s now known as the Fire tablet range, though now ‘Kindle’ is only used in the names of the ereaders.
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