Apple’s iPad is delightfully capable and has become even more surprisingly affordable thanks to a $30 discount that’s currently in place. If you act now, you can grab the 8th-generation iPad from Amazon for just $299.

This particular iPad comes with Apple’s gorgeous 10.2-inch Retina display that acts as the window to the soul of the hardware. The majority of interaction is handled through the multitouch display. Annotation, drawing, and scribbling with Apple Pencil or any other compatible stylus is handled on the display. Media, games, and all other apps are consumed via the stunning display, making it the focal point of the whole experience.

Underneath that gorgeous display lives Apple’s own A12 Bionic chip with an accompanying Neural Engine for advanced machine learning. This particular model also comes with support for Apple’s first-generation Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard. That support means that the iPad can almost act like a full-featured laptop with full keyboard entry and the power of iPadOS which is only going from strength to strength.

This iPad is also great for gaming and taking advantage of things like Apple Arcade. The internal chip delivers an amazing performance boost over earlier models, making games immersive, fluid, and incredibly detailed. It’s also possible to pair an external Xbox, PlayStation, or Bluetooth controller to the iPad so that you can take those gaming sessions to the next level.

If you want to take advantage of this iPad deal, then it’s fairly simple. Just head on over to the direct link below to view any additional details or fill in any product blanks that you may have. There are no discount codes or coupons required so it’s a simple case of adding the iPad to your cart and progressing through the checkout process before the deal expires.

Buy: New Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 32GB) – Space Gray (Latest Model, 8th Generation) from Amazon: $299 | Original price: $329

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