Don't waste any time getting ready for the holiday season. Apple's latest 10.2-inch iPad is $30 off in every color and variation on Amazon right now. This is the version that was just announced in September, so it hasn't even been around long enough to see any other deals before. Pick between 32GB or 128GB, Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + Cellular, and even choose your favorite color. You'll save $30 no matter what, with the least expensive option being the 32GB Wi-Fi only version for $299.

You can also find this deal at B&H. The price is the same, but B&H does include one specific iteration on sale that Amazon does not. The 128GB Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad in Space Gray is $529 there and going for its regular $559 price on Amazon.

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New low

Apple iPad 10.2-inch

The recently-released entry-level iPad just hit a new low, beating even its Black Friday price. Get the Retina display, the A10 Fusion chip, the 8MP back camera, the 1.2MP front camera, a 10-hour battery life, and more.

$249.00 $329.00 $80 off

Check out our review of Apple's newest tablet. We gave it 4.5 stars out of 5 and said "... for anyone not wanting to spend a dollar more on an iPad than they absolutely have to, or are buying in bulk for education or enterprise, this new iPad is absolutely the new, better best value in tech today."

The new iPad has a 10.2-inch Retina display with a 2243 x 1668 pixel resolution. Our review points out this size, which is larger than previous generations, helps with productivity since you can put apps side-by-side and work with both of them at the same time.

It also comes with the A10 Fusion chip, a touch ID fingerprint sensor, and a 10-hour battery life. You'll get the 8MP 1080p camera on the back with a 1.2MP 720p camera on the front. Some of these things, like the A10 Fusion chip and the cameras, aren't quite up to par with Apple's more advanced machines like the iPad Pro, but they help keep the cost at a much more reasonable level.

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