You Can Buy A 10.5-Inch iPad Pro For Just $399.99, But You’ll Need To Be Quick

Grabbing an iPad Pro for less than $400 is something that we didn’t expect to be sharing today, but thanks to the Amazon gods we have exactly that. The company is offering a renewed 10.5-inch iPad Pro in 64GB and Space Gray configuration for just $399.99.

Normally this would sell for around $430, meaning you’re saving $30 without having to do a thing.

Buy: Apple iPad Pro 10.5in – 64GB Wifi – 2017 Model – Gray (Renewed) from Amazon: $399.99 | Original price: $430

The iPad Pro comes with Apple’s A10X Fusion processor with an embedded M10 coprocessor so you won’t struggle for performance. That 10.5-inch Retina display will look great thanks to the use of wide color and True Tone, too.

The iPad Pro is also compatible with the first-generation Apple Pencil for drawing and even just noting down that thought that popped into your head. We’d suggest everyone get an Apple Pencil – they’re pretty great.

Amazon Renewed products come with a full 90-day replacement or refund guarantee, so there’s no need to be concerned on that front.

This product is not Apple certified, but has been professionally inspected and tested by Amazon-qualified suppliers. The product may have minimal scratches or dents, and a battery with at least 80% capacity. Box may be generic and accessories may not be original, but will be compatible and fully functional. This product is eligible for a replacement or refund within 90 days of receipt if you are not satisfied.

Renewed products are a wonderful opportunity to pick up a powerful iPad Pro without spending huge sums of money – and you’re still covered by Amazon’s guarentee.

Stocks are likely to be extremely low here making this the kind of deal you won’t want to sleep on. Make sure to get your orders in soon while the iPad Pro is still available.

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