Amazon Kindle Fires 9.0″ External Drive Amazon Kindle 2nd Generation HD and HD Plus are the first models to have internal storage on the device, so Amazon has taken the extra step to offer a second internal drive for those who don’t want to upgrade.
The company says that the external drive will be able to store all of your Kindle books, audiobooks, ebooks, music, and other files, and it will also support high-definition audio playback from external speakers, thanks to the included DAC chip.
It comes with two internal 2TB hard drives, one of which is USB 3.0 and one of them is an SD card reader.
If you don’t plan to upgrade, you can still use the external SSD for your storage needs, but you’ll be paying $50 for it.
Amazon says the 2TB drive will last up to 10TB.
The Fire HD 10.1″ external drive Amazon Kindle HD 2nd Gen HD and 2nd generation HD Plus models are the same as the Fire HD 8.9″ internal drive.
The external drive supports high-def video playback from the front-facing camera, and the HD Plus model supports 1080p video playback with HDR, and supports 1080i video playback in HDR with Dolby Vision.
There’s also a 1TB drive for up to 1TB of storage, which Amazon says is compatible with SD cards up to 32GB.
The HD Plus version will cost $75 more than the HD 8″ model, and Amazon says it supports up to 128GB of storage.
The 2TB internal drive costs $125 more than either the HD 2 or HD 8 models.
The only differences between the HD 10 and HD 10+ models is that the HD+ model will come with the same 7-inch display as the HD10, but it will come in a slightly larger 1.3-inch diagonal and a new design.
Both the HD 5 and HD 8 will also come with a touch-screen navigation bar and the same 13MP camera as the previous models, though Amazon says there’s no way to set the camera to auto focus on the front of the device.
Amazon has also offered a 2TB HDD in the form of the HD 9, which is available for $50 more than its HD 8 and HD 7 models.
It will also have the same 2TB storage as the 5-inch HD 9 model.
The 8-inch, 1.9-megapixel camera will be replaced with an 8MP shooter, and a larger 1,024×768 resolution display.
Amazon hasn’t shared pricing for the HD 13 or HD 15 models, but we expect the HD 15+ model to be priced at $80 to $90 more than a similarly sized HD 10 model.
If there’s one thing that has remained consistent with all of the Amazon Kindle devices over the past few years, it’s the internal storage capacity.
The new HD 9 external drive is Amazon’s second external drive, after the Fire 7.5″ internal one, and we’re excited to see how this one performs.
The 1TB HD 9 will cost you $50 less than the Fire 8, but Amazon has priced the HD 12 external drive at $70 to $80 more than HD 9 and HD 13 models, respectively.
Amazon also announced that it is introducing a new 4K internal drive with an even larger 1TB capacity.
That means the 4K HD 9 is now the cheapest Kindle to date.