Get one of the biggest iPad Pros for $120 off Credit: Apple
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Get one of the biggest iPad Pros for $120 off

We absolutely fell in love with the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro when we reviewed it back in June, calling it “one of the best Apple products ever made.”

If that kind of quality sounds impressive but you’d like to have an even larger screen, B&H is currently offering the 2017 12.9-inch Wi-Fi-only 256GB iPad Pro model in space gray for $829, which is a fairly impressive $120 off of Apple’s asking price.

For the most part, it’s safe to consider the 12.9-inch model the same great product in a bigger package, and the larger display makes it especially appealing for designers. Going bigger also nets you an onscreen keyboard that’s more comfortable to use than the version you’ll find on the comparatively cramped 10.5-inch unit.

The large display and the roomy storage makes it one of the most robust iPad Pro units currently on offer, and at the moment, it’s significantly less expensive than at B&H’s competitors.

You can get a better idea of the differences between the two models in our sister site’s comparison review, but they’re quite minimal. In fact, we came to the conclusion that the two 2017 iPad Pros are “almost identical.”

[ Today’s deal: 12.9-inch Wi-Fi only 256GB iPad Pro with Wi-Fi for $829 on B&H.

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