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Amazon Fire Max 11 Tablet Launched, Touted to be 3x More Durable Than iPad 10

The Fire Max 11 is more premium than typical Fire tablets and comes with additional features such as a keyboard with a trackpad and a stylus.

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Amazon Fire Max 11

Amazon has expanded its Fire tablet lineup by introducing the Fire Max 11 which has an 11-inch screen. Previously, Amazon’s tablets were available in 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10-inch screen options. The tablet has an aluminum body instead of a plastic one, giving it a more premium look and feel.

Amazon has finally caught up with current market trends with Fire Max 11 tablet, which has a larger and higher-resolution screen than previous models. The company claims that the product is both slim and durable in terms of construction. They even mentioned that it is three times more durable than the iPad 10.9. The tablet has a battery life of 14 hours on a single charge, which should last a day comfortably. The tablet also features biometric security through a fingerprint reader on the power button.

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The Amazon Fire Max 11 offers a premium-feeling metal body, a good performance, a bright display, and a fantastic keyboard cover. On a negative note, the Google Play Store is missing out of the box.

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Amazon Fire HD Max 11 Pricing and Availability

The Fire Max 11 has a more modern and attractive design with thinner borders. However, it is not a high-end tablet like the iPad or Galaxy Tab. It remains a cost-effective gadget primarily intended for media consumption, just like other Amazon Fire tablets. It is also relatively expensive, starting at $230, with the previous largest model priced at $150.

Amazon Fire Max 11

You can now pre-order the tablet starting today. Amazon has a keyboard case and stylus pen available for purchase with the tablet priced at $90 and $35, respectively. However, customers have the option to save money by purchasing the company’s productivity bundle for $330. The tablet and its additional accessories will be shipped on June 14th. Additionally, if you buy now, Amazon is offering a limited-time deal of a free three-month trial of Microsoft 365 Personal.

Specifications and Features

The main problem with Amazon’s tablets has been their performance, apart from not having the Google Play Store. To improve this, the company is introducing a more powerful processor in the new tablet. However, it remains to be seen how well it will perform in daily use. Amazon claims a nearly 50% increase in speed compared to their previous fastest tablet, but that may not be a significant improvement.

The Fire Max 11 runs on a MediaTek MT8188J processor, which is a low-end chipset. The use of mediocre chipsets is typical for Amazon, its Fire HD 10 Plus tablet used a Helio P60T. However, since the Max 11 is targeting a more upscale market, slow performance will be less acceptable.

Amazon Fire Max 11

The Fire Max 11 has 4GB RAM and either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. There’s also a microSD card slot for further storage expansion. The Fire Max 11 has an 11-inch display with a 2000 x 1200 resolution, which is its main feature. Although the 5:3 aspect ratio is wider than the Fire HD 10 series, it could potentially cause some issues with productivity bundles. However, the display’s 410 nits of brightness allow for clear visibility even in bright environments.

For optics, the tablet has 8MP cameras on both the front and rear, which should offer enough clarity and quality whether you are taking photos or on a video call. The software running on Fire Max 11 is Fire OS, which is Amazon’s version of Android 9. This means that the Fire Max 11 tablet will not support the new features that come with Android 14. Amazon has committed to providing security updates for at least four years. It’s worth noting that Amazon also updates software on older models.

That’s all we know about the Fire Max 11. We can’t wait to get our hands on this new tablet by Amazon. What’s your take on the tablet? Let us know in the comments.

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