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Amazon’s  sale on Fire TV devices continues, which means you can save up to $35 on the company’s media streamers (although the best deal may be the Fire TV Stick 4K Max – at $40 it’s $15 off the list price, and it’s one of the fastest, most future-proof models in Amazon’s lineup).

Now Amazon is also offering discounts across its Fire line of tablets: the Fire HD 8 is on sale for $45 which is half off the list price, while you can also save $15 on an entry-level Fire 7 tablet or $40 on a Fire HD 10. Meanwhile several budget Android and Chrome OS tablets from Samsung and Lenovo are also on sale today.

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Here are some of the day’s best deals.

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  1. On the $20 Amazon Fire TV stick … I just checked out the listing and was offered a “trade in” on my prior Fire Stick. 20% off the list AND a $3 gift card for promising to send back the device I registered in 2015. Pretty good trade in, trade up.

  2. Wish you’d discuss OTG and sideloading on the Fire Sticks. Amazon fails to provide any information and I see contradictory claims regarding whether external storage can be used or not.