Apple’s largest iPad Pro with the M1 processor is $100 off

The iPad Pro with the Liquid Retina XDR display
The larger 12.9-inch iPad sports a Mini LED screen and more real estate for use with Apple’s Pencil. | Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

There is no better screen in the world of tablets (yet) than the Mini LED panel on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro of 2021. While Mini LED is not super common yet — though we did see more of it announced at CES 2022 — it’s appealing as it achieves deeper black levels, a high contrast ratio, and high brightness. It’s also more expensive than a traditional LCD panel, so any dollar saved can be a worthwhile one.

If you want that Mini LED-equipped iPad Pro, we have a solid discount to share. Apple’s Wi-Fi-equipped base 128GB storage configuration is $100 off. This model usually runs for $1,099, but Amazon is selling it in the silver colorway for $999. The 2021 iPad Pro also packs Apple’s stellar M1 processor, ensuring its performance can not only…

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Author: Antonio G. Di Benedetto