If you have been waiting for a substantial contract the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro with M1 processor or with the 10.9-inch iPad Air released last year, you can save $ 100 on both models now on Amazon. Starting with the iPad Pro, with the included space gray base model 128GB of storage costs $ 999 on Amazon. That’s $ 100 out of the ordinary cost, which is great considering that this iteration includes a great Mini LED Liquid Retina XDR display with more contrast and color depth than previous models.
It’s understandable if you’re looking for something a little cheaper instead. At The best purchase and Amazon, you can save $ 100 on the base iPad 2020 model with a 10.9-inch screen and – like the iPad Pro – a USB-C port for charging. Normally $ 599 for the 64GB version, it’s now $ 499.
These are both good deals, but it’s hard to recommend buying through these retailers if you’re a student or educator because Apple’s back-to-school campaign is a smarter way to buy. The same iPad Air is priced at $ 549, but you get the AirPod series at no extra charge. In the case of the iPad Pro mentioned above, you can get it for the same price through Apple and get AirPods at no extra charge.
Best Buy has a great offer on the three-pack Eero 6 network-like Wi-Fi 6 system. Normally $ 279, it is $ 181 today. This package includes one Eero 6 router with two Ethernet ports, one for your modem and another that can switch to the primary device or Ethernet switch. You also get two Eero 6 wireless extenders that don’t have an Ethernet network but can extend the signal to your home.
If you own a PS4 or PS5, I recommend picking it up Yakuza: Like a dragon at its best Buy today. a limited edition release that includes a Steelbook case costs $ 25 (usually $ 60), and once this game disc is inserted into the PS5, you will receive a PS5 upgrade at no extra cost. This game is available on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, but for PlayStation gamers, this is difficult to transfer. Unlike the previous one Yakuza games, this is a turn-based RPG, but it still has a sense of humor and drama called franchising.