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I’m a fan of tablets. There’s something about their notepad size and large screen that makes me feel like I’m a professional on some sort of futuristic space ship.
Despite this, there is a downside in the real world though: what do you use them for?
While tablets are nice to have, I’ve never found them to be a must. Phones are more portable, and laptops are more powerful, kinda leaving much of the technology in a weird grey area.
But… this changes with price. For me, spending $500 or more on a tablet seems a bit much. But when it drops substantially below that? Well, then things start to get a lot more interesting.
You know, say something like the latest Apple iPad for only $250. That’s a $79 or 24-percent saving on its list price. I mean, at that cost, it’d be ridiculous if you didn’t pick one up.
All this is made even juicier due to Apple recently releasing iPadOS, which could change how you use a tablet altogether. Have a gander at the features here:
So, let’s say you’re on the fence. How can the latest iPad fit into your day-to-day life? Well, there are a few things that the tablet really excels at.
For example, it’s perfect for watching TV shows or movies on transport, as it’s far less bulky than a laptop. It’s also a brilliant machine if you’re into reading digital comics.
Media-aside, the iPad can also function as a great extra business device, making sending emails and Slack messages slick.
Anyway, in my experience, the iPad is best tablet on the market. If I was going to recommend one of the devices to someone, it’d most likely be Apple’s.
So, head on over here and pick up the latest iPad for only $250. Who knows how long stocks will last at that price.
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Published November 25, 2019 — 10:13 UTC