Amazon's new tablet is easily the best you can buy for $150
It's a no-frills tablet, much like its predecessor that carried the same name, but the sharper screen and on-demand support for Alexa turn the Fire HD 10 from a 'meh' first-generation product into a great tablet.
The Fire HD 10 is a large tablet with a 10-inch screen. It feels kind of cheap (because it is!). The body is made out of plastic, as are the buttons, and it certainly doesn't feel premium like an iPad. On the other hand, you can buy two of these for the price of an entry-level $329 iPad.
The screen isn't anything to write home about, but it's crisp enough to read books and watch movies, which wasn't always true. It also gets nice and bright, though can be hard to read outdoors.
You'll get the most out of the Fire HD 10 if you subscribe to Amazon Prime, which gets you access to Amazon's libraries of movies, TV shows, music and more, in addition to the free two-day shipping for Amazon purchases.
I recommend getting the cheapest 32GB model.
You don't want to pay the $40 premium for the $190 Amazon Fire HD 10 with 64GB of storage. There's a microSD card slot that allows you to add more memory; a 32GB microSD card can be purchased for about $13, and you can add even more.
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Day 21 of #shadowworkoctober by @mnomquah
Control: How do I deal with control and lack of it?
Justice+Page of Pentacles.
I think that everyone has to control himself, it's justly for me. I can't stand when someone intents to control me. And when there is a lack of control from the part of myself, I turn too earthy woman and a materialist.