Apple introduced the eighth generation iPad this month, with the powerful A12 Bionic chip bringing the Neural Engine to the iPad entrance for the first time. And now Amazon has a good iPad deal – in fact two great deals, if you also want an iPad keyboard.
The upgrade adds even more value to the most popular and affordable iPad, with a fantastic 10.2-inch Retina display, advanced cameras and good all-day battery life.
The eighth-generation iPad with the A12 Bionic chip gives a huge leap in performance, with 40 percent faster CPU performance and twice the graphics capacity. This makes the new iPad up to twice as fast as the best-selling Windows laptop, up to three times faster than the best-selling Android tablet and up to six times faster than the best-selling Chromebook. For the first time on the iPad, the A12 Bionic Neural Engine introduces next-level machine learning features, including occlusion and motion tracking in augmented reality (AR) apps, enhanced photo editing, Siri performance and more.
In combination with A12 Bionic, the power of iPadOS and Apple Pencil (1st generation), the new iPad is perfect for drawing, noting, marking documents and more. With its slim and lightweight design, the iPad is portable and durable with ultra-fast wireless performance, support for gigabit-class LTE connectivity and all-day battery life, giving customers the freedom to work, learn and connect at home or on the go. With Touch ID, it is easy and secure to unlock the iPad with just one finger to keep important information safe.
Normally, you start tarting for just $ 329, and you can currently get a new eighth-generation 10.2-inch iPad in silver, Space Gray or gold for just $ 299 on Amazon. There are “education awards” for everyone!
In addition, there are several savings with the Apple Smart Keyboard for the eighth generation iPad, which is currently offered for $ 110.01, a saving of $ 48.99 (31%), at Amazon right now.
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