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Today Amazon has unveiled its most powerful tablet ever, the Fire Max 11. As the name implies, this has an 11-inch touchscreen with 2000×1200 resolution.

At the helm sits “a powerful octa-core processor” from MediaTek (MTK8188J), aided by 4GB of RAM. A fingerprint sensor is embedded into the power button. You can get 64GB or 128GB of expandable storage, and up to 14 hours of battery life out of a cell of unknown capacity. The charger that ships in the box is 9W, which takes over 4 hours to fully charge the device. There’s a 15W adapter you can buy separately which reduces that to 3 and a half hours.

Amazon's new Fire Max 11 tablet is its most powerful yet

There’s a pair of 8 MP cameras, one on the front, one on the back, and support for Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.3. Dual Dolby Atmos speakers are in too. The Fire Max 11 is now up for pre-order starting at $229, and it will ship next month, as will the accessories: a keyboard case attached via pogo pins, and a stylus. If you want the complete bundle, you’ll have to fork out $329.99.

Amazon's new Fire Max 11 tablet is its most powerful yet

These prices are for the version with lock screen ads. If you don’t want to see those, then the tablet costs $244.99, and the full bundle goes for $344.99. Whichever version you buy, you’re getting a three-month trial of Microsoft 365 Personal (afterwards $6.99 per month), which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, 1TB of cloud storage, cross device continuity, and data protection.

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