Did you know that Amazon has a Fire 7 pro tablet that is aimed specifically at children aged 6 and over? Well, now you do! And thanks to an ongoing deal, you can grab yourself a whopping 40% discount on the purchase, taking the price down to just $59.99.

This particular Amazon tablet comes with a quad-core processor, a vibrant 7-inch display, built-in dual cameras, a micro USB port, and 16GB of internal storage for app and game installations. The purchase also comes with a 1-year subscription to Amazon Kids+ that unlocks over 20,000 apps, games, books, videos, songs, and Audible books. Kids will find educational content from National Geographic, Rabbids Coding, LEGO, and others, plus more than 9,000 titles for kids ages 6 and up and will be able to carry on that subscription after twelve months for just $2.99 per month.

The tablet also provides access to a digital store so that additional apps and games can be downloaded with the permission of an attached parental account. the built-in web browser is child friendly and comes with built-in controls to assist parents in managing what their children can and cannot see. Kids can also send announcements and make voice and video calls over wifi to approved contacts with an Alexa-enabled device or the Alexa app.

If you are looking for a purpose-built educational tablet with access to a wealth of educational content and advanced features, then this could be the perfect hardware for you and your children.

If this is a product that you are interested in and that you think would be a great learning and development tool for your little bundle of joy, then you should know what to do by now. Head on over to the direct link below to secure this deal. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price.

Buy: Fire 7 Kids Pro Tablet from Amazon: $59.99 | Original price: $100

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