Woot sells Amazon’s largest tablet, the Fire Max 11 for $140. That’s $89 below list price and $37 cheaper than it’s currently selling for on Amazon. Price is for the 64GB model with lock screen ads and for the tablet only — magnetic case, stylus and keyboard case sold separately. The tablet hit $150 for the holiday shopping season last year, so the Woot deal is $10 off its all-time low. The sale should run through Sunday or while the tablet runs out.


Amazon’s biggest tablet is 39 percent off, which is the cheapest we’ve seen it sell for.

$140 at Woot

We got a quick look at a sample when the latest generation came out last May, and we were impressed with how much you get for the money. It has an 11-inch LCD screen (Amazon’s largest tablet screen) with a resolution of 2000 x 1000. Most of Amazon’s Fire Tablets are built for everyday use like browsing, streaming, and for kids to play games on, but the Max 11 can be seen as grown up in the range. It’s designed to handle light work and multitasking with its MediaTek octa-core processor, which Amazon says is 50 percent faster than the next-fastest model. Just be aware that Fire Tablets rely on the Amazon Appstore, which does you have Microsoft 365 apps, but you can’t get the Google productivity apps first without sideloading.

You still get an aluminum build, Wi-Fi 6 support, 8-megapixel front and rear cameras, a fingerprint sensor, and picture-in-picture capabilities. The latter feature can be especially useful for monitoring your smart home cameras with Alexa while you’re watching a show or scrolling through YouTube. In fact, when set up with a stand, it can go into “display mode” and act as one of Amazon’s smart displays, giving you the controls and interactivity of Alexa.

While it’s perfectly fine for adults who want to get a little work done, the Fire Max 11’s claimed 14-hour battery life, comprehensive parental controls, and access to an Amazon Kids+ subscription (currently $5 per month) make the tablet especially suitable for kids. too. Amazon also says the Max 11 is “three times more durable than the iPad 10.9 (10th generation).”

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