Get the Amazon Fire TV and Kindle Fire HDX 7″ 16GB bundle for just $249

Get the Amazon Fire TV and Kindle Fire HDX 7″ 16GB bundle for just $249

If you are looking for a great deal on a Fire TV and a Kindle Fire HDX, a nice bundle may have just fallen onto your lap (well, onto your laptop). For a limited time, Amazon is offering the Amazon Fire TV and the Kindle Fire HDX 7″ 16GB as a bundle with a savings of 79 bucks!

 

Alone, these devices can hold their own in their respective markets. Being purchased together gives you 2 products that Amazon created to work seamlessly together.

 

Features that make this bundle a no-brainer include:

  • Fling media like TV shows, photos or movies from the Kindle Fire HDX to the Fire TV so that you can view them in all their glory on your HDTV. Use the Kindle Fire as a remote to control playback or do something else like view a document or play a game.
  • Use the Fire TV as a way to mirror your Kindle Fire onto your TV
  • With the X-Ray feature, research characters in the movie you’re watching or view trivia about the actors or movie.
  • The Fire TV is the only device in it’s category to feature console quality gameplay (controller sold separately).

 

All in all, this is the best deal I’ve seen for a bundle such as this.  Like I said, this is a limited time offer so act now and be enjoying yourself as soon as Tuesday.

Get the deal here – Amazon Fire TV and Kindle Fire HDX 7″ 16GB bundle

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