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Deals: 2017 15″ MacBook Pros as low as $2199 ($200-$320 off); 10.5″ iPad Pros for $599 ($50 off); 27″ iMac 5K (Apple …

By Christine McKeeMonday, October 23, 2017, 08:49 am PT (11:49 am ET)

Exclusive discounts are in effect now on Apple’s Mid 2017 15″ MacBook Pro. Save £200 to £320 on popular configs with no tax collected outside NY and NJ. Or snap up a 10.5″ iPad Pro and save £50 to £130.

The Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) in Space Black is now shipping for £749, while Apple refurbished 2014 27″ iMac 5Ks are £1,149.

15″ (2.8GHz/16GB/256GB/Radeon 555) in Space Gray for £2,199.00 @Adorama %(£200 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)15″ (2.8GHz/16GB/256GB/Radeon 555) in Silver for £2,199.00 @Adorama %(£200 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)% Price with coupon code APINSIDER using the pricing links in this post.

To redeem the coupon, see the step-by-step instructions below. Adorama will not collect sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ. Shoppers looking for the lowest entry price into a Mid 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro can take advantage of £200.00 in combined instant and coupon savings on the 2.8GHz, 16GB, 256GB, Radeon 555 model in either Space Gray or Silver.

Now £2,199.00 at Adorama with promo code APINSIDER using the step-by-step instructions below, this deal is £50 cheaper compared to shopping at another Apple authorized reseller, according to our 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro Price Guide. And since Adorama is throwing in free expedited shipping to the lower 48 with no sales tax collected on orders shipped outside NY and NJ, this exclusive offer is nearly £400 cheaper for many shoppers compared to buying direct. If you’re looking to add AppleCare+ to the system, Adorama is also discounting the protection plans by £30, bringing the price down to £349.

Just select the AppleCare+ option during checkout after adding the system to your cart. Prefer the lowest price period? If you don’t mind ordering a closeout 2016 model, B&H also has new in box 15-inch MacBook Pro systems for as low as £1,899 after £500 to £700 cash discounts.

Like Adorama, B&H will not collect sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ, and expedited shipping is free to contiguous U.S. addresses. Closeout deals on 2016 models15″ (2.6GHz/16GB/256GB/Radeon 450) in Space Gray for £1,899.00 @B&H *(£500 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)15″ (2.6GHz/16GB/256GB/Radeon 450) in Silver for £1,899.00 @B&H *(£500 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)15″ (2.7GHz/16GB/512GB/Radeon 455) in Space Gray for £2,099.00 @B&H *(£700 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)15″ (2.7GHz/16GB/512GB/Radeon 455) in Silver for £2,099.00 @B&H *(£700 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)* B&H will not collect sales tax on orders shipped outside NY & NJ. Additional 2017 configurations15″ (2.9GHz/16GB/1TB/Radeon 560) in Space Gray for £2,879.00 @Adorama %(£320 off + no tax outside NY & NJ)15″ (2.9GHz/16GB/1TB/Radeon 560) in Silver for £2,899.00 @Adorama %(£300 off + no tax outside NY & NJ)15″ (2.9GHz/16G/512GB/Radeon 560) Space Gray for £2,599.00 @Adorama *(£200 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)15″ (2.9GHz/16GB/512GB/Radeon 560) Silver for £2,549.00 @Adorama %(£250 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)15″ (2.8GHz/16GB/512GB/Radeon 560) Space Gray for £2,499.00 @Adorama %(£200 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)15″ (2.8GHz/16GB/1TB/Radeon 560) Space Gray for £2,899.00 @Adorama %(£200 off + no tax outside NY and NJ)% Price with coupon code APINSIDER using the pricing links in this post.

To redeem the coupon, see the step-by-step instructions below. Adorama will not collect sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ. Save £30 when you add AppleCare+You can easily tack on an AppleCare+ extended protection plan to these Mid 2017 15-inch MacBook Pros at Adorama for the discounted rate of £349 by selecting the AppleCare option immediately after you press the “Add to Cart” button on Adorama’s website.

10.5″ iPad Pro (Wi-Fi) for £599 (£50 off)

27″ iMac 5K (3.5GHz/8GB/1TB FUS/M290X) for £1,149.99 *(£1,350 off + no tax outside NY)*Sales tax will not be collected on orders shipped outside NY. Shoppers looking for the lowest entry price into a 27-inch iMac 5K can find Apple’s Late 2014 model with a 3.5GHz processor, 8GB of memory, 1TB Fusion Drive and M290X graphics for £1,149.99 from eBay Top Rated Plus seller dealsfellow.

Originally retailing for £2,499.00, these Apple certified refurbished units come with a 1-year warranty for added peace of mind. On top of that, shipping to U.S. addresses is free. At £1,350 off the original MSRP, these systems are a great way to enjoy a high-res 5K display without breaking the bank.

Step up to a 2017 model and save £95 to £19527″ (3.4GHz/8GB/1TB FUS/Radeon 570) for £1,704.00 @Adorama %(£95 off + no tax outside NY & NJ)27″ (3.8GHz/8GB/2TB FUS/Radeon 580) for £2,104.00 @Adorama %(£195 off + no tax outside NY & NJ)27″ (3.8GHz/16GB/1TB SSD/Radeon 580) for £2,999.00 @B&H *(£100 off + no tax outside NY & NJ)% Price with coupon code APINSIDER using the pricing links in this post. To redeem the coupon, see the step-by-step instructions below.* Adorama and B&H will not collect sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.(See even more configurations…)

Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) with Space Black Milanese Loop now shipping

6) Enter the coupon code APINSIDER in the field and click apply. The discount should appear under “Promo Savings” above the order total.7) That’s it. If you live outside NY & NJ Adorama will also not collect sales tax on your order.As always, if you have any issues, you can reach out to us at [email protected] and we’ll try and help.

Additional Apple Deals

iPad Air 2 Keyboard Case Gold, KVAGO 360 Rotating Stand Swivel Case with Detachable Keyboard + Screen Protector + Stylus Pen Elegant Luxury Stylish Removable Wireless Bluetooth Keypad Folio Case with Elastic Strap Premium PU Leather Protective Case Flip Cover Sleeve Keyboard Cover for Apple iPad Air 2 (iPad 6th Generation A1566,A1567 and A1600) Gold – Reduced

KVAGO iPad Air 2 keyboard Case

ONLY FOR:iPad Air 2 keyboard(Model Number:A1566/A1567)

Stylish Design: Stylish Luxury PU Leather protective case with bluetooth keyboard perfect for iPad Air 2 ONLY! Not for other ipad or tablet!

Precise Cutouts: Easy access to all features: camera, speaker, buttons and ports,without removing the case.

360-degree Rotating: Making it simple to transition between vertically and horizontally options, the 360-degree feature allows for more viewing versatility while keeping your device in the case.

Scratch-Resistant Lining: This soft-to-the-touch material is designed to help prevent scratches on sensitive accessories such as sunglasses or mobile phones for worry-free travel.

How to get the keyboard sync with iPad: 1.Please fully charge the keyboard and turn it on, the light comes on and then goes off 2.Hold on Fn+C to open keyboard’s bluetooth 3.Go to your iPad settings, click on bluetooth and look for the keyboard 4.Click on the keyboard and it will connect

24 Months After-Sales Service: If you have any question about product,please contact us freely,we will help you.

Package List: 1*Case for iPad Air 2 1*SB© USB Charging Cable 1*Screen Protector 1*Stylus Pen 1*User Manual

  • KVAGO iPad Air 2 Keyboard Case:Exclusive designed for iPad Air 2(Model:A1566/A1567).Please NOTE that the case would NOT for iPad Air or any other tablet.you can check the model number on the back of your iPad.
  • 360 Degree Rotating Stand Cover:3 in 1 detachable design:wireless bluetooth keyboard + protective case + swivel stand.which can support your iPad Air 2 can be 360 rotating with multiple positions for typing and watching videos.
  • Auto Sleep/ Wake Keyboard Case:The keyboard case automatically wakes or puts the iPad to sleep when it is opened or closed, You don’t need to spend extra time turning on/off the device when you’re in a hurry.
  • Reliable Bluetooth:The iPad keyboard Case comes with a detachable keyboard.The keyboard easily pairs with the iPad and it also works with other bluetooth devices such as iPhones.(without entering password).
  • KVAGO will provides you 24 Months After-Sales Service: For a worry-free user experience that ensures long-lasting performance.And the Package include free 1X screen protector and 1 X stylus pen.

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The best tablets you can buy

Tablets may be fading in popularity, but there are still some great devices out there. If you’re in the market for a new tablet, then we’re here to help you cut down that short list and snag the right one for you. Apple’s iPad range still dominates the scene, but there are some innovative alternatives running Android and Windows.

We also have top picks for the budget-conscious and for kids. These are the best tablets you can buy right now.

Our pick

Julian Chokkattu/Digital Trends

Why should you buy this: The iPad boasts a vibrant display, silky smooth performance, and long battery life, all at an affordable price.

The best tabletApple iPad 9.7A great all-rounder that will meet the needs of most people.

Who’s it for: Everybody who wants a tablet. How much will it cost: £330

Why we picked the Apple iPad (2017)[1]: The iPad has deservedly dominated the tablet scene for years now, and the fifth-generation iPad (2017) is the culmination of all of Apple’s experience. There are no bells and whistles here.

If you want innovation, keep looking. This is a solid, accessible all-rounder that delivers a really good tablet experience at a reasonable price. The bright, 9.7-inch display is perfect for watching videos.

Although it’s slightly thicker than the iPad Air 2, it feels slim and light to handle, with Apple’s usual high standards shining through in build quality. Inside there’s Apple’s A9 processor with an embedded M9 co-processor and 2GB of RAM, but all you really need to know is that it runs smoothly. Whether you’re skipping in and out of apps, browsing the web, watching a movie, or playing the latest games, the iPad delivers lag-free performance.

If you must take photos with your tablet, there’s an excellent 8-megapixel rear camera with an f/2.4 aperture, that’s fast and capable of capturing plenty of detail. The 1.2-megapixel selfie camera has an f/2.2 aperture, which is adequate for Facetime at 720p, but little else. The battery life is fantastic.

The thicker body allowed Apple to pack in a larger 8,610mAh battery and it just goes and goes. You can expect more than 10 hours of HD video playback from a single charge, and with normal use on Wi-Fi you might reasonably expect to go a week between charges. If you’re looking for weak spots, then we direct you toward the single, bottom-firing speaker.

Beyond that there are no glaring flaws here and we think it’s the best tablet you can buy without having to spend a lot more money.

Our full Apple iPad (2017)[2] review

The best Android tablet

Julian Chokkattu/Digital Trends

Why should you buy this: The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is the closest an Android tablet comes to replicating the iPad Pro, and boasts an absolutely gorgeous display.

The best Android tabletSamsung Galaxy Tab S3Slim and sleek with a great display and solid battery life.

Who’s it for: Anyone looking for an Android-based iPad alternative. How much will it cost: £600 Why we picked the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3[3]:

Despite some odd design flaws, the Galaxy Tab S3 is a quality gizmo, with an absolutely gorgeous display. There’s no tablet in the world with a screen capable of rivaling the S3’s 9.7-inch Super AMOLED, and it supports HDR content (which companies like Netflix and YouTube are making increasingly available these days). Even viewing non-HDR content on the S3’s 2,048 x 1,536-pixel display is an absolute joy.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor (the same chip you’ll find in popular flagship smartphones like LG’s G5 and Samsung’s own Galaxy S7 Edge) works fine, despite its relative age, and 4GB of RAM is more than enough to keep the tablet humming happily. The included 32GB of onboard storage is a bit disappointing, but it can be expanded via MicroSD card if you’re looking to download lots of stuff. The Tab’s speakers are respectably loud, and it’s got cameras on both the front and back — though the rear-facing 13-megapixel camera is capable of recording 4K video at 30 frames per second, while the front camera is good enough for selfies and video chat, but little else.

This time around, Samsung has paired its custom TouchWiz interface with Android 7 Nougat, and it works like a charm. Split-screen functionality is better than ever, with lots of neat tricks to learn over time. Despite a bit of bloatware that the tablet won’t let you delete, the software here is generally very good.

The battery lasts an exceptional 10+ hours, and the included stylus pen interacts smoothly with the tablet’s screen. The downside is the physical design of the Tab S3. Most people use tablets in landscape orientation (read: sideways), but the S3 seems to be designed more for use in portrait.

Also, the fingerprint sensor is frustratingly unreliable, and often requires multiple attempts (regardless of how you’re holding the device). If you’re devoted to Android devices, the Tab S3 is a good choice. Unfortunately, it’s not quite the natural progression we had hoped for from the S2, and there are some annoying issues most people won’t be able to get past.

Worth a look, but the price tag is pretty unbecoming.

Our full Samsung Galaxy Tab S3[4] review

The best small tablet

Why should you buy this: The iPad Mini is that perfect meshing of power and portability. You can take it anywhere and read or watch shows on it with ease.

The best small tabletApple iPad Mini 4You won’t find a better small tablet available today.

Who’s it for: Anyone who wants a smaller tablet. How much will it cost: £400+

Why we picked the iPad Mini 4[5]: It doesn’t quite hit the high notes of Apple’s bigger iPads, but the iPad Mini 4 still benefits from an attractive metal design, a fast processor, and a great app and game library. You’ll find the 7.9-inch display is a pleasure to read on and it’s a great size and weight to hold comfortably.

It’s good for watching movies or gaming, too, though you’ll probably want headphones to go with it. Battery life is solid, offering a good 10 hours between charges. Portability is the reason to pick the iPad Mini 4.

If you want an iPad and need something smaller in size or price, then this is it. Unfortunately, it’s not just the size that has been scaled down here — the iPad Mini 4 is not as lightning fast as its bigger siblings. It’s also expensive.

However, you can’t beat the iPad Mini if it’s a small tablet you want.

Our full iPad Mini 4 review[6]

The best premium tablet

Why should you buy this: The iPad Pro 10.5, the middle child of Apple’s iPad Pro product family, is a productivity powerhouse.

Apple 10.5-inch iPad ProIt’s the perfect blend of power and portability.

Who’s it for: Creatives, tablet enthusiasts, and die-hard stylus users. How much will it cost: £650 Why we picked the iPad Pro 10.5[7]:

Apple added a wrinkle to prospective iPad buyers’ plans when it launched the iPad Pro 10.5, a midsized bridge between the iPad Pro 12.9[8] and the iPad Pro 9.7[9]. But the Cupertino, California-based company’s decision turned out to be one of the best it made all year. The iPad Pro 10.5 is significantly more portable than its 12.9-inch counterpart.

Narrower screen edges, lightweight aluminum, and an ultra-thin design contribute to a body that’s about the size of the iPad Pro 9.7. Speaking of the screen, it is one that’s hard to beat. It’s 2,224 x 1,668 pixels in resolution and benefits from Apple’s ProMotion technology, which boosts the refresh rate to a buttery-smooth 120Hz.

Sluggish performance is a rarity on the iPad Pro 10.5, thanks to its powerful A10X Fusion processor. And the iPad’s 64GB of internal storage (up to 512GB, depending on the model) supplies more than enough room for movies, music, photos, and apps. Despite all the improvements, the iPad Pro 10.5 doesn’t compromise on battery.

It lasts up to 10 hours on charge, and even longer if you turn down the screen brightness. If there’s a downside, it’s that the iPad Pro 10.5’s accessories aren’t cheap. The Apple Pencil[10] stylus, an arguable selling point, costs £100.

The Smart Keyboard[11], a keyboard case for the iPad Pro 10.5, is £160. But even still, the iPad Pro 10.5’s aesthetics, raw power, and long-lasting battery life earn it a place in the pantheon of high-performance tablets. For the price, there’s nothing better.

Our full iPad Pro 10.5[12] review

The best cheap tablet

Dan Baker/Digital Trends

Why should you buy this: The Fire HD 10 may be too Amazon-centric for some, but Prime[13] subscribers and Alexa[14] users will appreciate its ease of use.

The best cheap tabletAmazon Fire HD 10 (2017)These rock bottom prices cannot be beat.

Who’s it for: Amazon enthusiasts on a budget.

How much will it cost: £150 Why we picked the Fire HD 10[15]: Amazon’s Fire HD 10 (2017), a refresh of last year’s HD 10, doesn’t bring much new to the table.

The improvements that are here, however, are enough to warrant a wholehearted recommendation. The Fire HD’s all-plastic body belies its impressive speakers. They’re arranged in right-left stereo configuration and optimized with Dolby Atmos[16] to deliver loud, crisp sound in movies, TV shows, and Amazon’s Prime Music[17] streaming service.

But the real star of the show is Alexa[18]. The Fire HD 10 is the first Amazon tablet with hands-free support for the retailer’s voice assistant, and it works spectacularly well. Asking questions about popular movies, nearby restaurants, and the weather pulls up visual results on the Fire HD 10’s screen (even when it’s locked).

That’s just the tip of the iceberg: Alexa on the Fire HD can also control smart home devices, order pizza, call an Uber, and perform many of the same tasks as Amazon’s Echo[19] speakers. Just as impressive as the Fire HD 10’s Alexa integration is its battery life. It lasts about 10 hours of mixed-use involving reading, gaming, and streaming.

Switch power-saving features like Smart Suspend[20] on and you can extend it even further. The Fire HD 10’s Fire OS[21] software, a customized version of Android[22], isn’t for everyone. But folks immersed in the Amazon ecosystem will appreciate For You, a recommendation engine that puts videos, apps, games, and movies from the retailer’s library on your home screen.

Perfect tablets are a rare find at the sub-£200 price point, and the Fire HD 10 isn’t one of them — its screen isn’t as sharp or vibrant as we’d like, and the hardware struggles under heavy load. But you won’t find a better tablet at this price point.

Our full Fire HD 10 review[23]

The best kids tablet

Why should you buy this:

The best kids tabletFire Kids Edition TabletIt’s an affordable kid-friendly tablet that makes things easy for parents.

Who’s it for: Young kids who need supervision. How much will it cost: £130

Why we picked the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition: Amazon’s refreshed Fire 8 HD Kids Edition (2017) makes its long-running line of kid-friendly tablets even better. An 8-inch, high-resolution screen (1,280 x 800 pixels) delivers bright and vibrant colors, and a thick rubber case around the tablet’s frame cushions against accidental drops.

The tablet’s 32GB of internal storage (expandable via MicroSD) offers more than enough storage for books, games, and other media, and the beefy internal battery guarantees 12 hours of charge. When it comes to parental controls, the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition is second to none. Its Fire OS[24] software, a customized version of Android[25], lets parents manage usage limits, set educational goals, and restrict access to age-inappropriate content.

And the recently launched Parent Dashboard[26] supplies parents with discussion questions related to the books their kids are reading. The improvements don’t stop there. The Fire HD 8 includes fee-free access to Amazon’s FreeTime Unlimited[27], a library of more than more than 15,000 kid-appropriate games, apps, educational content, books, and videos from PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Disney, and others.

And every purchase is backed with Amazon’s two-year, no-questions-asked replacement policy: If the Fire HD 8 breaks, Amazon will replace it. Simply put, there’s no better tablet for young kids who still need parental supervision.

The best Windows tablet

Why should you buy this: We don’t love Windows 10 as a pure tablet, but the Surface is a very good laptop replacement that puts touch first.

The best Windows tabletMicrosoft Surface Pro 4This is the best 2-in-1 PC we’ve ever used.

Who’s it for: Anyone seeking a Windows tablet that can serve as a laptop. How much will it cost: £900+

Why we picked the Surface Pro 4[28]: The original Surface Pro was flawed, but it had a major impact on the market. Microsoft has refined the design since then, and the Surface Pro 4 is as close as you can get to a hybrid device that serves equally well as a tablet and as a laptop.

You’ve got a gorgeous 12.3-inch screen, a thoughtful design, and a choice of internal specs that range from basic to lightning fast. It is by far the most configurable device on our list. The pixel-packed display and loud speakers make it a pleasure to watch movies on.

There’s also an 8-megapixel main camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. The Type Cover and Surface Pen are excellent accessories and, combined with the full version of Windows 10, make this a great choice for creative professionals, students, and everyone in between. This is real portable productivity.

On the downside, battery life is bit disappointing and the Surface Pro 4 can be eye-wateringly expensive if you opt for top end specs. Still, it’s our favorite 2-in-1 PC.

Our full Surface Pro 4[29] review

How we test

The tablets we test serve as our daily drivers, so we use them extensively to put them through their paces. That means watching movies, gaming, testing out lots of apps, reading, working on them, and even taking photos and shooting video with them (which is impossible to do without looking stupid).

We love new, innovative features, but we can also appreciate classic design done well. Ultimately, we look for tablets that will fulfill the needs of most people, so their ability to serve up entertainment is paramount.

Which OS is best for you?

If your top consideration is entertainment, and you’re likely to use a lot of apps and games, then we recommend Apple’s iOS as the best platform. There are a lot of polished apps made specifically for the iPad and you have access to all the top subscription services and an extensive content store.

It’s also slick and accessible, so anyone can get to grips with it quickly. Android has a larger selection of free apps and games, though they’re generally less polished, but that might be a tradeoff you’ll accept. Things are a little complicated by manufacturer UIs, or in the case of Amazon, forked versions of the platform.

They can delay Android updates and make the user experience quite different. Amazon’s tablets, for example, runs a version of Android called Fire OS and out of the box they only have access to the limited subset of apps and games that are available in the Amazon Appstore, not the full list that you’ll find in Google’s Play Store. If you like the idea of accessing the same apps you have on your Windows PC, and you want a business device that ties seamlessly into your Microsoft services, then a tablet running Windows 10 is going to be tempting.

It’s powerful, but it’s also relatively expensive to get decent hardware for a good user experience.

If you’re not a business user, or you don’t need to run specific Windows-only apps, it may be overkill.

Editor’s Recommendations

References

  1. ^ Apple iPad (2017) (www.digitaltrends.com)
  2. ^ Apple iPad (2017) (www.digitaltrends.com)
  3. ^ Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  4. ^ Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  5. ^ iPad Mini 4 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  6. ^ iPad Mini 4 review (www.digitaltrends.com)
  7. ^ iPad Pro 10.5 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  8. ^ iPad Pro 12.9 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  9. ^ iPad Pro 9.7 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  10. ^ Apple Pencil (www.digitaltrends.com)
  11. ^ Smart Keyboard (www.digitaltrends.com)
  12. ^ iPad Pro 10.5 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  13. ^ Prime (www.amazon.com)
  14. ^ Alexa (www.digitaltrends.com)
  15. ^ Fire HD 10 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  16. ^ Dolby Atmos (www.dolby.com)
  17. ^ Prime Music (www.amazon.com)
  18. ^ Alexa (www.digitaltrends.com)
  19. ^ Echo (www.digitaltrends.com)
  20. ^ Smart Suspend (www.amazon.com)
  21. ^ Fire OS (developer.amazon.com)
  22. ^ Android (www.digitaltrends.com)
  23. ^ Fire HD 10 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  24. ^ Fire OS (developer.amazon.com)
  25. ^ Android (www.digitaltrends.com)
  26. ^ Parent Dashboard (www.digitaltrends.com)
  27. ^ FreeTime Unlimited (www.digitaltrends.com)
  28. ^ Surface Pro 4 (www.digitaltrends.com)
  29. ^ Surface Pro 4 (www.digitaltrends.com)

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