Snub the iPad Pro (2022) and get a 2021 11-inch Apple M1 powerhouse for $250 Cyber ​​Monday discount

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If you were wise enough not to waste your entire holiday budget on a fancy Thanksgiving dinner and your pick from our top Black Friday tablet deals, Target treats you to the lowest price ever Apple’s 2021 iPad Pro 11… if you hurry.

Even though today is Sunday and you’re technically looking at a 24-hour affair, the absolutely excellent new deal has a Cyber ​​Monday label for promotional purposes, saving you a totally unprecedented $250 on your favorite (Wi -Fi -only) 11-inch iPad Pro (2021) configuration while supplies last.
That may not give you the full 24 hours to take advantage of Target’s special online-exclusive holiday offer in reality, as this is a decidedly high-end jumbo-sized slate you’re dealing with here, which has aged incredibly well since its launch about a year and a half ago.

Normally priced at $799.99 and up, the third-generation iPad Pro 11 can now be had for just $550, while costing $650, $850, and $1,250 in 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage variants, respectively.

A slightly weaker M1 chip is practically the only shortcoming of this heavily discounted 2021 11-incher, and even that’s a lot faster than what all of today’s best android tablets have to offer. The rest of the specs and features are almost too good to be true at $549.99 and up, easily pushing this to the top of our list of the best Black Friday iPad deals… technically available ahead of Cyber ​​Monday 2022.

We’re talking great battery life, a beautiful 11-inch Liquid Retina display with ProMotion, True Tone and 120 Hz refresh rate technology, super-powerful stereo speakers, a dual rear-facing camera system consisting of a 12 MP primary shooter and a 10 MP ultra-wide-angle lens (plus a 3D LiDAR scanner), a 12MP front-facing camera with Center Stage capabilities, state-of-the-art Face ID functionality, support for Apple Pencil (2nd generation), and of course a lot of major software updates guaranteed in the future.

What more could you want from your next (surprisingly affordable) tablet?

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