Introducing Amazon Fire Max 11 tablet productivity bundle with Keyboard Case, Stylus Pen, octa-core processor, 4 GB RAM to do


  • MADE FOR WORK & PLAY — Fire Max 11 with included Keyboard Case and Made for Amazon Stylus Pen are bundled together to help you get more done, create, and relax throughout your day.
  • BIGGER, BRILLIANT, BEAUTIFUL — Vivid 11“ screen with 2.4 million pixels (2000 x 1200 resolution) lets you see every detail of your favorite movies, TV shows, and games. Certified for low blue light.
  • MAX PERFORMANCE — Built with a powerful octa-core processor, 4 GB memory, and Wi-Fi 6 for fast streaming, responsive gaming, and quick multitasking.
  • REDEFINE HOW YOU WORK — The Keyboard Case provides 15 pre-programmed shortcut keys, 2 of which can be customized, and trackpad gestures for quick navigation. Try Microsoft 365 Personal for 3 months (auto renews for $6.99/month after free trial, terms apply).
  • UNLEASH CREATIVITY — The Made for Amazon Stylus Pen lets you draw and design in apps like Picsart or seamlessly add notes to docs and PDFs. The replaceable battery lasts up to six months.
  • ALL-DAY ENTERTAINMENT — With 14-hour battery life, maximize your downtime for reading, browsing the web, watching videos, and listening to music at home and on the go. Save your favorites with 64 or 128 GB storage, and expand to up to 1 TB with micro-SD card (sold separately).
  • CLEAR COMMUNICATION — The 8 MP camera makes for clear calls to friends and family on Zoom.
  • THIN AND LIGHT — Sleek aluminum design is also durable. It has strengthened glass and is 3 times as durable as the iPad 10.9-inch (10th generation) as measured in tumble tests.
  • GREAT FOR FAMILIES — Amazon Kids offers easy-to-use parental controls on Fire tablets. Subscribe to Amazon Kids+ for access to thousands of books, popular apps and games, videos, songs, Audible books, and more (subscription rates apply).
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Beauty is in the details

This beautiful, sleek, and unbelievably lightweight tablet (as thin as a pencil and weighs about a pound) is designed for on-the-go durability with an aluminum exterior and strengthened alumino-silicate glass. For your privacy and convenience, it comes with a fingerprint sensor to unlock your device, making this your all-day, every day,
can’t-live-without tablet.

Engineered with precision, packed with power

With a speedy octa-core processor, 4 GB RAM, and 14-hour battery life, enjoy an incredible tablet at a seriously affordable price. Choose from 64 GB or 128 GB of storage for your movies, games, books, and pictures or check your email, organize notes, or doodle anywhere. With a micro-SD card (sold separately), expand storage by up to 1 TB.

Made for multitaskers

Stay up to speed and enjoy easy access to email or browse the web. For faster typing, just snap in the lightweight, magnetic attach Fire Max 11 Keyboard Case (included) and start typing away while navigating with a smooth trackpad. No pairing necessary. Shortcut keys let you open split screen, email, or use a web browser with a single touch. Try Microsoft 365 Personal free for 3 months (auto renews at $6.99/month after free trial, terms apply), which includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as 1 TB cloud storage, cross device continuity, and data protection.

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Flaunt your creativity

Turn your inner doodler into an all-out pro when you use apps like Picsart to transform your pictures and reels into masterpieces. The Made for Amazon Stylus Pen (included) works without pairing and has a replaceable battery that lasts up to six months. Take notes in OneNote or write directly into text boxes and your handwriting will convert to text.

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The best in entertainment

Enjoy the 11” crystal-clear screen with 2.4 million pixel resolution. Choose from millions of movies, songs, games, and books and stream or download wherever you are, whenever you want (subscription fees may apply).


Watch popular shows with apps like
Netflix, Prime Video, or catch your
favorite streams on Twitch.


Can’t wait to get into the next bestseller, graphic novel, or podcast? You’ve got thousands of options with apps like
Kindle and Audible.


Play immersive games like PUBG MOBILE with the octa-core processor and plenty of memory, or stream Fortnite and other titles from Luna with Wi-Fi 6 (subscription fees apply).

Manage your smart home (and life) with ease

“Alexa, turn off the bedroom lights.”

Go to the Device Dashboard on your tablet to control your smart home, or just ask Alexa to play your favorite album, or get the latest sports scores.
Now that’s hands-free fun.




Smart home

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do lockscreen ads work with Fire Max 11 Fingerprint ID feature?

Once you have enrolled in Fingerprint ID on the Fire Max 11 (we recommend enrolling both index fingers), you will be able to unlock your device by touching your finger to the power button. If you have a tablet that is ad-supported, unlocking it will bring up a lockscreen ad. Simply swipe up from the bottom of the screen to get to the home screen. Amazon Fire tablets use lockscreen ads to bring you lower prices. You can remove ads on your tablet by selecting the “without ads” box at the top of this page, or by going to Manage Your Content and Devices page and selecting “Special Offers” if you have already purchased a tablet.

2. Do I need the Keyboard Case, Made for Amazon Stylus Pen, or Slim Cover?

No. While these accessories unlock new ways to use and benefit from your Fire Max 11, they are not required for day-to-day use. The Keyboard Case connects magnetically to the Fire Max 11. No setup is necessary and the keyboard does not require separate power or charging. As with all Fire tablets, you can connect Fire Max 11 to compatible accessories, like Bluetooth keyboards, mice, headphones and more. The Made for Amazon Stylus Pen uses the Universal Stylus Interface 2.0 (USI2.0). While any other USI2.0 stylus will work with the Fire Max 11, they may not have the same features available to them on the tablet, such as magnetic attachment or using the stylus button to erase. Like the Fire Max 11 Slim Cover, other covers may also work with magnetic attachment. If those covers have magnets in different places, it may interrupt some functionality of your Fire Max 11.

3. Where can I find out how to use the Keyboard Case shortcut keys, trackpad gestures, or features of the Made for Amazon Stylus Pen?

Tutorials and helpful references for both accessories can be found in the Settings app under Fire Tablet Accessories.

4. Are there eligibility limitations for the 3-month trial to Microsoft 365 Personal?

Yes. The 3-month trial offer is only available to new subscribers. It is not available to current subscribers or to customers who have had a M365 Personal subscription within the last year.

5. How do I sign up for the 3-month trial to Microsoft 365 Personal?

You can sign up for the trial through the Microsoft 365 (Office) app, available on the tablet or in the Amazon Appstore. The trial is also available on the Microsoft 365 (Office) app detail page on your Fire Max 11. You can cancel anytime and your subscription will expire at the end of that month. This is a limited time offer that is subject to change.

6. How does the 1-year limited warranty work?

When you purchase a new or Certified Refurbished Device, we warrant the Device against defects in materials and workmanship under ordinary consumer use for one year from the date of original retail purchase. If there is damage to the device such as a broken or cracked display, we urge you not to continue to use the device. Learn more at this link for full details.

7. Does the Fire Max 11 have a headphone jack?

No. The Fire Max 11 has a USB-C port. You can connect headphones via Bluetooth, a USB-C connector, or a 3.5mm-to-USB-C adapter.

8. Which micro-SD cards are compatible with Fire tablets?

When purchasing SD cards, make sure you are getting UHS, Class 10 or higher to support both internal and portable modes (class 4 or higher supports only portable). Some card formats, such as exFAT, are not supported on Fire tablets. You can re-format exFAT micro-SD cards to work with your Fire tablet, though this action will erase any existing data on the card.

To troubleshoot your card, see this help article.

9. What are lockscreen ads, and are they different from other ads or promotions on Fire tablets?

Fire tablets for adults come with lockscreen ads, also called “Kindle Special Offers,” to provide customers with the option of a lower price. These ads appear when you turn on or wake your tablet. To access your Home screen, just swipe the ad. The lockscreen ads can be removed for $15 at purchase, or at any time after you’ve set up your device. On Home and For You, you may see personalized product offers, recommendations, or sponsored content. In some apps, you may see ads for in-app purchases. Home screen content and app-based ads cannot be removed from Fire tablets.

To remove lockscreen ads, go to Manage Your Content and Devices and select your device. Under Special Offers, select Remove offers, then select End Offers and Pay the Fee. For more information, visit Unsubscribe from Special Offers.

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Tech Specs

Fire Max 11

Fire Max 11


2000 x 1200 TÜV Rheinland for low blue light certified (213 PPI).


10.2” x 6.44” x 0.3” (259.1mm x 163.7mm x 7.5mm)


17.28 oz (490g) Actual size and weight may vary by configuration and manufacturing process


Octa-core processor – MTK8188J – 2x Arm Cortex-A78 up to 2.2Ghz and 6xArm Cortex A55 up to 2Ghz.



64 GB (54.20 GB available to user) or 128 GB (115 GB available to user) of internal storage. Add micro-SD slot for up to 1 TB of additional storage. Some apps may require that they are installed on internal storage. App or feature updates may impact available storage.

Battery Life

Up to 14 hours of reading, browsing the web, watching videos, and listening to music. Battery life will vary based on device settings, usage, and other factors such as web browsing and downloading content. Certain software features or apps may reduce battery life.

Charge Time

Fully charge in under 4.2 hours with USB-C cable and 9W power adapter included in the box. Fully charge in under 3.5 hours with 15W adapter and USB type C to C cable (adapter and cable sold separately).

wifi Connectivity

Dual-band wifi. Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 ax) is supported. Supports public and private wifi networks or hotspots that use the dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax standards with support for security standard of WEP, WPA3 OWE, WPA/WPA2/WPA3 Personal and WPA/WPA2/WPA3 Enterprise.


USB-C (2.0) connector for charging and audio; micro-SD slot for external storage.


USB-C audio, integrated speakers; external volume controls.


Accelerometer, ambient light sensor, hall sensor, fingerprint sensor.

Camera Specs

8 MP front and back-facing with 1080p HD video recording and rear auto-focus


Printing documents to a nearby wifi enabled printer is supported. Learn more here.


2 built-in microphones


Fire Max 11 has received the following certifications:

  2. Carbon Trust
  3. TÜV-Rheinland for low blue light
  4. USI2.0 for stylus protocol

Location Services

Location-based services via wifi.

Available Colors



Built-in Bluetooth 5.3 with support for A2DP compatible stereo headphones, speakers, microphone, and LE accessories support.

Accessibility features

To enable features that personalize Alexa to your abilities, go to Settings → Accessibility.
VoiceView screen reader enables access for customers who are blind or visually impaired.
• Screen Magnifier enables customers to zoom in/out, and pan around the screen.
Tap to Alexa enables access to Alexa via touch, instead of speech, through on-screen tiles or a keyboard, including the ability to save your favorite actions.
Switch Access enables access for customers who have motor impairments, and are unable to touch the screen, via compatible Bluetooth devices.
Kindle Read Aloud will have Alexa read your Kindle books aloud.
Fire tablet Accessibility features also include settings for Closed Captioning, Font Size, Display Size, High Contrast Text, Color Inversion, Color Correction, and Convert Stereo to Mono audio. (Captions are not available for all content.)

**Alexa Privacy Features

Alexa and Fire HD 10 are designed to protect your privacy. For example, you can view and delete your voice recordings or use the Alexa Hands-Free Mode on/off toggle at any time.

Warranty & service

1-year limited warranty and service included. Optional 1-year, 2-year, and 3-year extended warranty available for U.S. customers sold separately. Use of Fire Max 11 tablet is subject to Amazon’s Conditions of Use and these terms.

Included in the Box

Fire Max 11 tablet, USB-C (2.0) cable, 9W power adapter, SD-card ejection pin, and Quick Start Guide.


13th generation – 2023 release.

Software Security Updates

This device receives guaranteed software security updates until at least four years after the device is last available for purchase as a new unit on our websites. Learn more about these software security updates. If you already own a Fire tablet, visit Manage Your Content and Devices for information specific to your device.

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  1. 01

    by NETAdmin

    I bought the older Fire 10 Pro when it first came out and had been using it as my main Android tablet until last week. The productivity pack’s keyboard was basically unusable due to connection issues, and many keys failed completely within a few months of light use. The keyboard case itself was heavy but really sturdy. Performance was acceptable with UI lag that was very annoying at times. I had it running Google apps and pretty much anything I would use on a normal Android tablet. So how does the Fire Max 11 compare? Really well actually. The software still needs some refinement but it is a major step forward in just about every way. As a note, while my reviews are marked Vine Voice, I have yet to use the program to receive review products and I paid for this tablet with my own money.Performance (4/5): Excellent for the price (I bought the tablet without ads + the productivity bundle during Prime Day). The UI is fast, apps load quickly, and the memory use is low on Fire OS running Google apps without debloating Amazon apps and services. I have been able to run spit screen apps without any noticeable performance hit. Unfortunately, there are some issues that I will discuss during the software section below.Software (4/5 on OS, 2/5 on Fire OS is known to have some ADB security additions that are not in earlier versions. This interferes with Fire Toolbox and our ability to add some apps, limit or disable auto OTA updates, change the default launcher, and disable some Amazon apps. This is annoying and unnecessary behavior from the Amazon Software Dev team. Thankfully my Fire Max 11 came with OS so I retained that and loaded Google services via Fire Toolbox and all other apps that I normally use via the Play Store. All apps have worked great with exception of the YouTube app from the Play Store. The Fire OS video driver doesn’t seem to be able to render 30 FPS videos properly with the screen running at 60hz refresh rate and there is serious choppiness which is especially noticeable during panning shots. This isn’t a problem for YouTube videos running in the Opera web browser so it’s not a hardware issue. I imagine this will be resolved in the future but I will not be updating my OS version until Amazon stops interfering with customer attempts to customize our tablets and install Google apps.Tablet Case (3/5): The case is held in place with magnets. The keyboard portion is fairly secure and self-aligning which is nice. The back cover with integrated kickstand is ok, but could use stronger magnets to keep it from lifting off or twisting when the kickstand is deployed. The keyboard and kickstand are not super stable on your lap for typing, so you really should find a flat surface for any serious work.Keyboard (3/5 but could be 5/5 with a software update): the keys are arranged well and have good feel and travel. The system is responsive and I haven’t experienced any key strokes that weren’t recognized while typing quickly. Unfortunately, I don’t have the same praise to offer for the track pad. I’m happy that this keyboard has a track pad but its proximity to the space bar and overall sensitivity means that it often registers a click when typing. This causes the cursor to move to some random place in the document and anything typed appears there. This a really annoying and I experienced the issue nearly a dozen times while typing this review. I think a software update could fix this but for now I will place some electrical tape along the top edge to limit these clicks. Another issue with the trackpad is the inability to reverse the scrolling direction. I invert scrolling on all devices I use (Windows and Linux) and not being able to set this up means that I end up using the touchscreen to scroll through websites instead of using the touchpad.Screen (4/5): The screen exhibits some ghosting but the overall presentation is decent enough for the price. I didn’t find any purple cast in dark areas or backlight bleed which is common on cheaper displays. Max brightness is good and the tablet can be used outside in most conditions despite the glossy finish. Having active pen support at this price point is a welcome addition. The quality of the Pen is nice and I didn’t experience any issues during my brief testing.Battery life (5/5): Battery life is excellent. I mostly use my Android tablets for watching videos, browsing websites, performing remote IT System Administration, and some PDF or e-book reading here and there. So far the battery life is better than my last 10 Pro despite the performance being much higher.Frame and build quality (5/5): The body looks and feels premium which means it really needs to have the keyboard case to avoid damaging the finish. This is not a bad thing, just a departure from the more rugged plastic cases employed on earlier Fire Tablets.Speakers (3/5): The speakers sound good but they do not get as loud as the speakers on my Fire 10 Pro. I often find that want more volume but the setting is maxed. I went looking for a safety limiter in the menu but it seems like that’s just as loud as it gets.Cameras (3/5 rear, 4/5 front): The rear camera is basic when compared to other rear cameras modules on the market and does a really poor job in low light. The front facing camera is above average in all but the worst light.Overall (4/5 with Fire OS, 3/5 with OS This is a well rounded tablet that would serve a lot of people well. Most of the issues I have with the tablet itself are software related and are minor. The main problem long term is if Amazon continues to try to lock down the tablets to prevent customization and enabling Google services and the Google Play Store. I do not think that locking a customer into the Amazon ecosystem is a good idea, and allowing this flexibility doesn’t limit a users interaction with the Amazon services that they commonly use and enjoy. For the Prime Day price it’s really hard to go wrong with this tablet for older teens and even professionals. I would not recommend this for young children as I don’t think it would survive multiple drops, and the performance is overkill for the use case they have.

  2. 01

    by The Bearded Mystic

    This is by far the best Fire Tablet since the HDX series, and my favorite. To put into context my love of the Fire Tablet, I’ve owned (or bought and returned) the following over the past 11 years:Fire 7 (2012/2014/2020),Fire HDX 7 (2014),Fire HD 8 (2018),Fire HD 8+ (2020/2022),Fire HD 10 (2018, 2019),Fire HD 10+ (2021),Fire Max 11 (2023).Of those, the ones I kept or kept the longest was the Fire HDX 7, the Fire 7 (2014), and the Fire HD 10 (2018).Specs for the Fire Max 11 can be found within the product description.Design and BuildThe Max 11 boasts a sleek and modern design, coupled with a build quality that feels robust and premium. Its lightweight aluminum structure makes it convenient for both work and leisure, allowing easy handling and portability. I like that it went back to a similar size/ratio of the 2018 HD 10.PerformanceEquipped with a more powerful processor than its predecessor, the Max 11 is capable of handling various tasks smoothly. Whether I am browsing the web, watching videos, or using multiple apps simultaneously, the experience is fluid and lag-free, especially compared to my HD 10.While not ‘blazingly fast’, it IS much faster than I expected. Out of curiousity, I wound up trying it with a bluetooth keyboard/mouse combo, and for the first time-I feel this is a possible viable laptop replacement for light to medium users. My HD 10 does not make a viable laptop replacement. Great multitasking ability, can run enough apps at once with little to no lag.The speakers are merely adequate, if not a tad disappointing. Thought normally I either use ear buds or a bluetooth speaker. I don’t miss having a head phone jack, and love having the quite responsive finger print sensor on the power button.DisplayThis has been probably my biggest surprise. The display is vibrant and crisp, offering excellent viewing angles. It renders colors accurately, making it a joy to use for both media consumption and reading. I do wish it was a TAD brighter at times, but the vibrancy of the colors makes up for it most of the time. I’d wondered how much of a viewing difference going from the 10 to the 11 would be, and it’s shockingly a pretty big difference. The Max 11 almost feels like a small tv, or laptop screen at times.Battery LifeBattery life has been good. It’s not the best nor the worst, and should be more than adequate for most users. Since I have chargers adjacent to most places I use the tablet in my house, I’ve also not needed to run it low.ValueOne of the reasons I’ve had so many Fire tablets (I’ve owned only one other non Fire tablet, a 6th gen iPad mini that I use for my business) is that I love the value proposition and ease of use. Reviewers like to talk down the Fire software, but I have never minded it. I am admittedly deep into the Amazon ecosystem with movies, books, music, etc., so the operating system has always made it easy to access and use that stuff. I have also side loaded the Play store (I did this on my HD 10 also), so I have access to almost the entire Play store of apps on my Max 11. If one is really ambitious, you can essentially turn it into more an Android operating system. Personally, I have never like the tablet OS offered from iPad or Android tablets. When the Fire Max 11 was first announced, I was excited about the specs, but hesitant on the price. So I waited until Prime Day to buy it, also taking advantage of the trade in offer. In terms of what I paid ($229-$30 trade in gift card-$46 trade in 25% off-$80 prime day offer=$73.99), of course it’s an awesome value. At $229…I would suggest either going refurbished if available or just waiting it out for the inevitable discounts (at the time I write this, it’s on sale for $189.99). But I still think it’s a great tablet at $229, and wouldn’t fault anyone that pays that.OverallIn conclusion, the Fire Max 11 strikes a balance between aesthetics and functionality, offering a modern solution that should meet the needs of most while offering value and longevity. It might be a worthy addition to your tech arsenal, promising reliability and efficiency in daily use.Rating: 4.5/5

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