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Save $35 on the iPad 10.2 at Amazon for Cyber Week

There’s still time to snap up an iPad 10.2 at a great price courtesy of continuing Amazon Cyber Week deals. Right now, you can save $35 on the latest iPad 10.2 and get yourself a fantastic tablet for less.

Normally priced at $430, the Apple iPad 10.2 is down to $395 saving you $35. It’s a modest but immensely useful saving on an already great tablet, making it a tempting proposition for a gift idea or simply to treat yourself.

The new Apple iPad 10.2 offers a gorgeous looking 10.2-inch Retina display that makes everything on the screen look fantastic. It also sports an A12 Bionic chip with Neural Engine which means it can keep up with your multitasking or gaming needs. Alongside that is an 8MP back camera for quick snaps and a 1.2MP FaceTime HD front camera for video calls. The Apple iPad 10.2 also offers great battery life with up to 10 hours of play time supported, meaning you’ll be good to go all day long before you need to seek out a power source.

In our iPad 10.2 review, we loved how it offers a colorful and clear display, alongside great software support and excellent battery life. Our only significant complaint was that 32GB of base storage wasn’t enough but that isn’t a problem here with 128GB of storage offered at this price. That gives you plenty of room to store lots of apps and files without any issue.

For those looking for even more functionality, the iPad 10.2 also offers support for the Apple Pencil (1st generation) and Smart Keyboard so you can turn it into a hybrid laptop running iPadOS.

There’s a lot to love about the iPad 10.2 but if you’re keen to check out other Cyber Week iPad deals, we’ve got you covered with deals on the iPad Pro and iPad Mini amongst others.

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$330 $830
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$530 $1,030
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