Over at B&H Photo, you can take up to $380 off the price of Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The deal applies to several specifications of the 2017 model and brings starting prices down to just $699. Some of the models also have a $20 screen protector thrown in for free to sweeten the deal.
Your $699 in this case would get you the tablet with 64GB of storage and LTE connectivity — a savings of $200 compared to its usual price. An extra $100 doubles the storage. If you want to max out on savings, consider the largest capacity 512GB model with LTE. It's down to only $899 — $380 off its retail price of $1,279 at Best Buy and other places.
While the models featured are the previous-generation, replaced in November by a new 2018 lineup, they are still more than capable. The 2017 models feature Apple's powerful A10X processor, which consists of a 6-core CPU and a 12-core GPU — perfect for editing high-definition video or working on art and design projects. It also supports the Apple Pencil if you want to use its big 12.9-inch screen as your sketchbook, and its stereo speaker array turns it into an excellent movie-watching device. Many of today's featured devices also have cellular connectivity so you can get online with the LTE network of your choice and enjoy browsing on the move.
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
You ain't seen nothing until you've seen these iPhones used as gate posts
The humble iPhone is great at doing all kinds of things. including being used as gate posts, apparently.
Tim Cook pens open 'Speaking up on racism' letter
Tim Cook has written an open letter titled 'Speaking up on racism.'
If Apple made an iPhone mini, this might be what it would look like
We're never short of iPhone concepts but this thing takes the biscuit. It's a sort of iPhone mini, but not. It's hard to explain, but it's awesome regardless.
USB-C headphones you can trust with your trusted iPad Pro
The iPad Pro has ditched the headphone jack! Want to use headphones with your iPad Pro? Here are the best USB-C headphones options out there.