Apple's 2017 iPad Pro 12.9 is on sale at B&H this Cyber Week for $330 off list

Apple's 2017 iPad Pro 12.9 is on sale at B&H this Cyber Week for $330 off list
With both Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals in the rearview mirror, you may not be interested in buying a new phone or tablet anytime soon. But the discounts are far from over at B&H Photo Video, where you can purchase a (relatively) affordable gadget right now that hasn’t made a lot of headlines lately.

We’re talking about Apple’s mid 2017-released 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which is no longer sold directly by its manufacturer on account of the recent rollout of a dramatically redesigned sequel.

Of course, this year’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro with Face ID technology and minimal screen bezels is hardly cheap, at $999 and up, and we’ve only seen one (modest) Black Friday markdown offered for it by none other than B&H.

This time, you can save a whopping 330 bucks off the list price of a 2017 iPad Pro 12.9 variant with 256GB storage space and both Wi-Fi and 4G LTE connectivity. At $749, down from $1,079, you can choose from silver, gold, and space gray color options, but you may want to hurry, as inventory is listed as “limited” at that reduced price and the special offer will expire altogether at 4:15 pm ET on Friday, November 30.

At the time of this writing, all three models on sale appear to be backordered, but B&H has “more” units “on the way”, promising to fulfill new orders within 7 to 10 business days.

To understand how solid of a deal this is, we should probably remind you the upgraded 12.9-inch iPad Pro costs $999 with a measly 64 gigs of digital hoarding room and no LTE support. Even this year’s 11-incher starts at $799 in a similarly modest configuration.

Granted, last year’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro is nowhere near as stylish, compact, or powerful, but it’s still an unusually productive, versatile, and long-lasting tablet with a respectable Apple A10X processor under the hood and a stunning 2732 x 2048 Retina display in tow.

Check out the deal here

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