Cyber Week DEALS on iPad Air, Mini, Pro and iPad Cases Announced by Tablet Things

Up to $65 Discounts on the Apple iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4, other iPads, and Smart Bluetooth Keyboard Cases Revealed for 2015 Green Monday

“Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2015 saw huge deals on popular tablet computers like Apple iPads, Samsung Galaxy tablets and Amazon Kindle Fire HD range of tablets. Shoppers who missed the big sales days need not worry because some of the existing Cyber week deals are pretty close to what was seen on Cyber Monday this year” explains Casey Donalds, a spokeswoman for Tablet Things.

This list of up to $65 off Cyber Week iPad DEALS summarizes sales still going strong even towards the end of the Cyber Monday deals week.

Go to http://TabletThings.com/Apple-iPad-Mini-Deals/ to learn more details about ongoing deals on Apple iPads as well as smart iPad cases with and without Bluetooth keyboards. Some of the iPad Air and iPad Mini keyboards that are on sale have been discounted by as much as 75% of the list price.

“Almost every model of the Apple iPad range of tablets received substantial price-cuts this Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The one tablet that did not get a good discount was the iPad Pro. This was kind of expected given that it was released only very recently. Out of the big online retailers, only MacMall has offered an iPad Pro deal this Cyber week deals week. In contrast, up to $65 off markdowns are still seen on the 9.7 inch iPad Air 2 and up to $70 off markdowns are still seen on the 7.9 inch older generation iPad Mini tablets” elaborates Donalds.

“One of the biggest challenges iPad shoppers will face this holiday season is choosing one out of the half-a-dozen Apple iPads available for purchase in the market. Those shopping for a 9.7 inch, full-sized iPad have to choose between the 1st generation iPad Air and the iPad Air 2, while those shopping for the more compact 7.9 inch iPad Mini have to choose from the Mini 4, Mini 3 and the Mini 2. There is no doubt that it is always best to go with the latest model; however, given that the price difference between some of these models may be over $100, it may be a wise decision to go with the older model, especially if the iPad is going to a relatively light to moderate user” Donalds explains.

http://TabletThings.com/iPad-Air-Deals/ has a section dedicated to comparing different versions of the iPad Air 2, Air 1 and iPad Pro. This was recently published with the intent of helping consumers still undecided on the exact model of Apple iPad they should purchase.

The above comparison looks at over 30 different hardware and software aspects of the 9.7” and 12.9” inch iPads. “Some of the most important features to pay attention to are (1) screen resolution, (2) processor and RAM specs, (3) camera specs and (4) differences between iOS 8 and iOS 9” Donalds emphasizes. Of the two iPad Air tablets, the Air 2 has a triple-core, 1.5 GHz A8X chip with 64-bit architecture and an M8 motion coprocessor. In comparison, the 1st generation Air has a dual-core, 1.4 GHz A7 chip with 64-bit architecture and an M7 motion coprocessor. The iPad Pro has the most powerful and newest processor which is a dual-core, 2.25 GHz A9X chip with an M9 motion coprocessor. “The A9X’s CPU is 1.8x faster than that on the iPad Air 2 and its graphics are twice as fast as that on the A8X chip. However, this only becomes a decisive factor for those who are seeking an ultra-powerful device intended more for content creation than content consumption. But for the majority of iPad buyers who are essentially content consumers rather than content creators, the iPad Air 2 will hit the sweet spot from size, power as well as cost points-of-view this Cyber week 2015” advises Donalds.

Contact Info:
Name: Casey Donalds
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Organization: Tablet Things
Website: http://TabletThings.com/

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