Amazon has one Apple iPad Air (2022) model on sale at a substantial discount

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Amazon has one Apple iPad Air (2022) model on sale at a substantial discount
It's not exactly common practice for major US retailers (let alone Apple itself) to sell a hot new "iDevice" at a reduced price shortly after its commercial release, especially when said product is as attractive and insanely powerful as the fifth-generation iPad Air.

The 10.9-inch "mid-range" slate comes packing the same exact Apple M1 chip as the state-of-the-art 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2021) duo, somehow fetching a reasonable $599 and up that Amazon marked down by a small but notable 30 bucks last week.

The same e-commerce giant is now offering a far more compelling deal on a 256GB Wi-Fi-only iPad Air (2022) variant in a single space gray color. Believe it or not, that digital hoarding-friendly model with no cellular connectivity is up for grabs at the time of this writing at a cool $70 less than usual.

That equates to a 9 percent cut from a $749 list price, which may not sound life-changing but it is definitely pretty unusual for such a new and advanced Apple-made gadget. 

In addition to the ultra-high-end aforementioned processor, the iPad Air 5 also has a beautiful Liquid Retina IPS LCD screen (with no 120Hz refresh rate support however) going for it, as well as solid battery life, great speakers, a hefty 8 gigs of RAM, 12MP ultra-wide-angle selfie shooter with Center Stage functionality, and USB Type-C connectivity.

If you don't mind paying extra, you can also easily add 5G speeds and a second-gen Apple Pencil to the equation, making this bad boy a phenomenal alternative to Samsung's rapidly expanding Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G.

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Of course, none of today's best Android tablets, Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra beast included, have anything on the iPad Air 5's raw power, so it's incredibly hard to argue with this killer new Amazon promotion.

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