Apple’s latest model eight-generation iPad with a stunning 10.2-inch display is currently available to purchase via Amazon for just $299. The ongoing offer lets you purchase this popular iPad and get an immediate $30 discount.

Like all of Apple’s mobile devices, this iPad comes with a stunning display that acts as the window and main entry point of the device. The Retina display is where you see all content, watch all movies, and interact with apps and games via multi-touch and through the newly supported Apple Pencil. With support for the first-generation Apple Pencil, you can scribble, draw, annotate, and generally enjoy yourself with perfect precision on supported apps.

This model iPad is built around Apple’s own A12 Bionic chip with an accompanying Neural Engine for advanced machine learning. It offers an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 1.2-megapixel FaceTime HD camera, offers stereo audio, 802.11ac Wi-Fi and provides up to 10-hours battery life, which is perfect for anyone who loves to get the most out of their iPad.

In addition to bringing support for the Apple Pencil, this iPad also supports the Smart Keyboard that allows the iPad to be used almost like a laptop when you throw iPadOS into the equation. Apple has ensured that iPadOS 14 contains a number of features that enhance the iPad experience for all users with a compatible device. Get your hands on this delightfully capable and surprisingly affordable iPad, right now.

If the time has come for you to bring a new iPad into your life, then you know exactly what you need to do. Head on over to the direct link below and pop this hardware into your cart. There are no discount codes or coupons needed to achieve this price as it’s just a straightforward, limited-time discount.

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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