10 must-have accessories for the Kindle Fire HDX

10 must-have accessories for the Kindle Fire HDX

Summary: A great tablet can be made even better by augmenting it with some carefully chosen accessories, and if you know what to look for you will find some awesome add-ons for Amazon's flagship tablet.

TOPICS: Mobility

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  • IVSO KeyBook Bluetooth keyboard case

    Exclusively designed for the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX tablets. It offers 3-in-1 functionality or Bluetooth V3.0 keyboard, stand and a premium carrying case.

    The laptop-style keyboard offers a better typing experience than silicone keyboards offered on other cases.

    The keyboard charges up in about 2.5 to 3 hours, and that offers a working time of around 60 hours.

    Comes in 7-inch and 8.9-inch versions.

    Price: $35.95 (7-inch) | $39.95 (8.9-inch).

    (Image: IVSO)

  • Fintie 5-in-1 accessories bundle

    Five handy accessories for Kindle Fire HDX owners.


    - The car charger allows you to charge your Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD 7, Kindle Fire HD 8.9, Kindle Paperwhite, Google Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and Google New Nexus 7 FHD 2nd Generation Tablet when you're on the road

    - Micro USB cable allows data sync with your phone and tablet. Data transfer only, NOT for charging.

    - Round end stylus pen, useful and sensitive at any angle

    - Fishbone cord wrap keep your cables tangle-free and just the right length

    - Bonus velcro cable tie

    Price: $8.99.

    (Image: Fintie)

  • ArmorSuit MilitaryShield screen protectors

    There's nothing worse than getting a scratch on your screen, but cheap screen protectors not only don't provide much protection but also degrade the viewing experience considerably.

    ArmorSuit-MilitaryShield features exceptional clarity and UV protection to prevent yellowing. It is made from the same protective film material used to protect military aircrafts, helicopters and space shuttles. MilitaryShield is also equipped with "self-healing" properties to maximize the protection. It also peels off easy without leaving a residue.

    ArmorSuit comes with a lifetime replacement warranty.

    Different versions are available for the 7-inch and 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX tablets.

    Price: $6.95 (7-inch) | $7.98 (8.9-inch).

    (Image: ArmorSuit)

Topic: Mobility

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  • Seriously?????

    The only Fire HDX which comes close to the iPad in features is the 8.9, and it most surely is NOT cheaper than the iPad. It is the only model which has a rear facing camera. Front facing cameras are hardly useful at all unless one is involved in "face time" type of activity or posting selfies. It is quite awkward to use to take real photos.
    • compare prices it is substantially cheaper

      You must be comparing the 16G Ipad with the 64 G Fire HDX. It is way cheaper. Ipad Air 489 (Amazon price) Kindle Fire 16 G 379 (again amazon) So that sort of seems cheaper. Sometimes, willnot, you guys look to be offended and will take offense even when you get the facts wrong.
  • OtterBox Rox!

    We put an OtterBox Defender on my 6 year old's KindleFire HDX 8.9" tablet. I NEVER worry about her dropping it. Clark Kent couldn't break this thing.
  • Love the Keyboard and cover

    My wife has the 8.9 HDX with the keyboard and cover and she loves it. She has given up her laptop and does everything now with the kindle. We have one of the office suites so she is even able to keep up with her excel spreadsheets and then send them to coworkers. I still wish they would open up to the Google Play store. I think their sales would skyrocket and people would still use Amazon for most of their stuff.
    • Give up laptop?

      I use my laptop to talk to raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, STM32 Discovery, etc. That means ethernet, and/or USB host. My iPad, while nice for reading books, fails on both these points.

      problem is: unless Kindle have changed their design recently, they fail too. So giving up the laptop is *Not* an option.
  • kindle

    Amazon has the best prices o all the kindle Models CHECK IT OUT NOW! http://amzn.to/174bELn