Nov 28, 2016 08:09 AM EST
iPad Pro 9.7 In. Price And Review: Best Cyber Monday Deals, $250 Discount; Will Impressive Specs Justify Cost? [VIDEO]
The iPad Pro 9.7 in. price gets a huge price cut in today's Cyber Monday deal with savings up to $250 dollars. The deal is good given the impressive specs and features of the Apple tablet, which may be expensive but worth every cent invested.
The iPad Pro 9.7 in marked-down price is the lowest among holiday seasons sale, which is good news for gadget geeks who wish to optimize the device's specs and features, but is discouraged by the high price. Cyber Monday deals offer the iPad Pro 9.7 in. with huge savings from $150 to $250 dollars.
Target has the lowest Cyber Monday deal for the iPad Pro 9.7 in price, as reported in Phone Arena. The iPad Pro 9.7 in 32GB is at $449 from $599, yielding $150 in savings. The 128GB model is at $549 from $749, yielding $200 in savings while the 256GB model is at $649 from $899, yielding $250 in savings.
Best Buy and other retailers also have Cyber Monday deals, but with a slightly higher price. Best Buy sets the iPad Pro 9.7 in price at $474 while Target is only at $449 dollars. The holiday price competition is pushing prices downward with Target offering the best deal of them all.
The iPad Pro 9.7-inch may be the best Cyber Monday purchase ever, given the specs and features of the mid-sized Apple tablet that reviewers claim as impressive; however, the drawback to the tablet is its high price, even at its launching.
The iPad Pro 9.7-in has these benefits, namely a rear flash and enhanced camera, fast and powerful processor and the ability to integrate the option of Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard. It also sports a thin but beautiful style with pink as a color option.
However, the iPad Pro 9.7-in price is its biggest disadvantage along with a much smaller Smart keyboard, which makes it hard for users to type well. It also has a protruding rear camera that can scratch desk when the tablet is placed resting on its back, Macworld reported.
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