Fire Max 11 Tablet Price Plummets to $150, a Record Low

Amazon’s flagship Fire Max 11 tablet is now available at a reduced price in time for Black Friday, marking a 35 percent discount off its usual price. The base model, featuring 64GB of internal storage and lock screen ads, is currently selling for $150, down from its $230 MSRP. The 128GB model and productivity bundle are currently sold out. However, the ad-free model is still available for $165, $80 off its normal $250 price tag.

The Fire Max 11 is Amazon’s latest tablet with an 11-inch, 2,000 x 1,200 LCD screen, a MediaTek octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM, Wi-Fi 6 support, and a built-in fingerprint sensor in the power button. Its design is more refined than previous models, featuring a slimmer build and premium aluminum. Additionally, the tablet offers about 14 hours of battery life on a single charge.

Running on Fire OS 8, Amazon’s Android fork, the Fire Max 11 includes built-in split screen and picture-in-picture features, making it suitable for media consumption and light productivity tasks. Optional stylus and keyboard case accessories are also available for those interested in using the device for productivity purposes.

While Engadget has not yet reviewed the Fire Max 11, the tablet’s $230 price tag offers great value for those seeking a simple, budget-friendly device for media consumption and light productivity tasks. Compared to competing 2-in-1 tablets from other brands, such as Samsung, Microsoft, and Apple, the Fire Max 11 provides a cost-effective option.

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