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iPad Pro 12.9inches £609 with 25off e coupons at Tesco Direct for £584.00

£584.00 @ Tesco Direct
You can get £25 off when you spend £150 or more online at Tesco Direct* using the code TDX-HTNK 12.9-inch iPad Pro (32GB, Wi-Fi only) for £584 when you collect in store at Tesco Direct* (in silver… Read More
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9m, 4d agoFound 9 months, 4 days ago
You can get £25 off when you spend £150 or more online at Tesco Direct* using the code TDX-HTNK

12.9-inch iPad Pro (32GB, Wi-Fi only) for £584 when you collect in store at Tesco Direct* (in silver*, grey* or gold*). It was already £120 cheaper than Apple's price of £729, but with the code it's £145 cheaper.
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1 Like #1
32GB is not enough IMHO but voted HOT anyway.
#2
agree wiith previous comment
#3
Does the voucher apply to the 128gb?
1 Like #4
tom6195
Does the voucher apply to the 128gb?

Yes.
#6

... no it's actually a newer iPad Pro but it's 9.7 inches instead of 12.9
1 Like #7
TheBiker
32GB is not enough IMHO but voted HOT anyway.

If you only need 10GB it's plenty
2 Likes #8
ms surface is better value
#9
Anyone know any good iPad Air 2 deals?
4 Likes #10
Seriously not worth the money. its toooooo big and just an iPad nothing more.
#11

Just realised I am not quite the Apple fanboy that I once was ... should have known this. How very confusing though having top of the range model in two sizes, surely it is a pro + like with the iPhone?!
2 Likes #12
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
1 Like #13
Under £50 per inch! Sold!
#14
Excellent deal, thank you posting, heat added
1 Like #15
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?

The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
No, The Royal Society of Psychologists have officially stated that Apple purchasing is a form of addiction. Some would speculate it is a disease others just a severe form of maladaptive behaviour.
1 Like #16
Sold my Surface Pro 3 i5 256gb model and bought a 128gb ipad 9.7 and more than happy with the swap over.

Big iPhone comments and elitism between brands gets boring. I have used my ipad more in the 1 month I have owned it than the Surface owning it over 12months.

All down to buyers needs and preference.
Though companies do enjoy the sheep mentality and unfortunatly Sony are having a bash at it with the confusing introduction of Playstation 4 Pro!
The 4k TV and HDR is yet another mindfield for consumer confusion.

Anyways....not sure what im waffling about now........

Anyways good price for the iPad if this particular one is good enough for your needs.
1 Like #17
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
No different to a smartphone.
#18
burmingum
Seriously not worth the money. its toooooo big and just an iPad nothing more.
Depends on what you do with it. I have both sizes and the iPad Pro (12.9) is fantastic for consuming media and browsing on. It barely leaves the house but gets a lot more use than my laptop does.
#19
12.9 inches, reminds me of something else oO

I agree with the initial comments above, this doesn't seem enough memory.
3 Likes #20
People keep asking what the "Pro" moniker on these devices is for without stopping to think for a second what a "pro" even is. A professional, quite simply, is somebody who earns a living from doing a certain thing.

As a result, the iPad Pro is the perfect device for anybody who can use it as part of their workflow or to earn a living. These will include professional artists or graphic designers who can benefit from the Pencil support that only the "pro" iPads provide.

I've owned both this and the Surface Pro and, for me, the latter is better as I can run certain desktop apps that have no equivalent on iOS. But I can equally see why somebody would want a lightweight device for drawing in, say, Procreate with the sophistication provided by the Apple Pencil. Yes, the Surface Pen has similar functionality but it doesn't have, for instance, shading and tilt support.

Sometimes we just have to use the best tools for the job and it really doesn't matter who makes them. If you don't need the Pencil or simply don't want a huge iPad with 4 GB of RAM, this device isn't for you. But that doesn't mean it's merely a fashion accessory – for some people, they will earn back the cost of this in no time whatsoever.
#21
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?

No, it's too much for me to spend as well mainly because I'm not a fan of the Apple ecosystem, but I also wouldn't use it enough to justify that cost.

Now for someone who is made happy using Apple products, maybe has a professional use for it that helps them work better than alternatives, and who use it for thousands of hours that cost doesn't seem so bad. I probably spend more on coffee.
4 Likes #22
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?


Show me any Apple hardware that is out of date in 2 years? In fact Apple has better longevity than any of its competitors, holds its value better too.
#23
You can buy it for less directly from Apple - refurbished, it's true, but as new for all practical purposes. And they have larger memory versions as well...
2 Likes #24
burmingum
Seriously not worth the money. its toooooo big and just an iPad nothing more.

What do you expect it to do? What a strange comment. It's just an iPad because it is an iPad!
1 Like #25
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?

It will still work in a "couple of years". For a lot of people an ipad is all the computer they need and if you want a large screen this is the best your going to get.
1 Like #26
daBluone
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
It will still work in a "couple of years". For a lot of people an ipad is all the computer they need and if you want a large screen this is the best your going to get.
Replace 'ipad' with tablet and yes you're right. I recently went away and normally take both my laptop and iPad. This time I just took the iPad and to be fair I could do about 90% of the things I wanted to do with relative ease. Sometimes though... you just miss a mouse!
2 Likes #27
I have this iPad and it's great, I couldn't go back to a smaller size now, it's so nice just having something you can use as a TV. People say it's too big... no it's not, you'd never walk around with a 9.7 inch iPad, you'd carry it in a bag.... so what is the difference? You can easily fit this in a bag and it's pretty light.

It's replaced my Laptop in a way my old 9.7 inch iPad couldn't, it's even slightly bigger than my Laptop screen lol.
#28
Sid Harper
agree wiith previous comment
Use your pronouns!
3 Likes #29
DaytonaGrey
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
Show me any Apple hardware that is out of date in 2 years? In fact Apple has better longevity than any of its competitors, holds its value better too.

Have you never owned an iPhone?
#30
ipswich78
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
No different to a smartphone.
I would never spend anything like that on a phone!
#31
32GB is okay for some as clearly not everyone requires loads of internal storage.
#32
mcormack
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
No, The Royal Society of Psychologists have officially stated that Apple purchasing is a form of addiction. Some would speculate it is a disease others just a severe form of maladaptive behaviour.
Are those the same psychologists who's results more often than not can't be replicated? http://www.nature.com/news/over-half-of-psychology-studies-fail-reproducibility-test-1.18248


Edited By: mutav on Sep 23, 2016 18:10
#33
DaytonaGrey
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
Show me any Apple hardware that is out of date in 2 years? In fact Apple has better longevity than any of its competitors, holds its value better too.
Don't Apple use Intel chips, the ones designed for Windows machines?
#34
iceni
DaytonaGrey
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
Show me any Apple hardware that is out of date in 2 years? In fact Apple has better longevity than any of its competitors, holds its value better too.
Don't Apple use Intel chips, the ones designed for Windows machines?
Apple design their own processors for the ipad/iphone

Edited By: mutav on Sep 23, 2016 18:23
#35
I've had my ipad 5 years. It still does what I want it to. It is still on its original battery too so not sure why a current model would be out of date in a couple of years.

I also use a Samsung tablet for work. Over 2 years old and going strong.
#36
adadulea
You can buy it for less directly from Apple - refurbished, it's true, but as new for all practical purposes. And they have larger memory versions as well...


Yes correct but it's not new? It's a used iPad
#37
Possibly a new 12.9 iPad in October?
#38
rofflespoffle
Sid Harper
agree wiith previous comment
Use your pronouns!


No it was an imperative statement- all I left out was a capital and an exclamation mark, and the extra 'i' was a typo. of course.
#39
StillTheFlyest
Possibly a new 12.9 iPad in October?
I was wondering if it was worth waiting for a new model rather than purchase now. A quick googling suggests maybe not until next year, so in that case this would be a worthwhile purchase now
#40
The Lone Ranger
ipswich78
The Lone Ranger
Is it just me who thinks £609 is ridiculously expensive for a tablet that will be out of date in a couple of years?
No different to a smartphone.
I would never spend anything like that on a phone!
In which case this device isn't for you. It's not aimed at you.

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