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Amazon is selling select Fire tablets for up to 50% off, which is a pretty good deal if you’re looking for a portable device for streaming music, movies, and other content from Amazon, surfing the web, or reading Kindle eBooks.

But it’s getting tougher and tougher to hack Amazon’s tablets to behave more like stock Android tablets. So if you’re in the market for a tablet that ships with the Google Play Store pre-installed, there are also some good deals on models from Samsung and Lenovo at the moment. They might not be as cheap as Amazon’s Fire tablets, but they’re more versatile.

Lenovo Tab P11 Plus with keyboard & pen for $328

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

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  1. In re: “… it’s getting tougher and tougher to hack Amazon’s tablets to behave more like stock Android tablets … [others are] … more versatile.”, I just bought a $75 2021 Fire HD 10 a month ago and it came with FireOS 7.3.2.1, therefore fully hackable with the Fire Toolkit. It would be helpful to know whether the Fire HD 10 is still shipping with FireOS 7.3.2.1, in which case, what you wrote is a generalization and this model, an important exception. For over $200 one can get a better 10″ tablet, but mine is quite usable. What is essentially an Android 9 tablet with a 1920×1200 pixel, 10″ display and 3GB of RAM for $75 is certainly a contender for being the cheapest general purpose portable computer available. It would be helpful to know whether any of the latest model HD 10s have had their ROMs installed since FireOS 7.3.2.2 came out (in which case they should be showing up in the wild and savvy users reporting the fact). Given Amazon’s free return policy, it’s definitely worth getting one to see.