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Last Edited by widgit May 15, 2016 at 09:00 PM
32GB Apple iPad Pro 12.9" Wi-Fi Tablet (Space Gray, Gold or Silver)(New) $639.99 + Free Shipping, available again on Ebay

I would've grabbed one if I didn't just purchase a Surface Pro 4 from the Quill deal.


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Waiting for 8* ebay bucks to make it even better Deal.
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Waiting for 8* ebay bucks to make it even better Deal.
Same. I feel like another one of those is just around the corner
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I took advantage of this same deal from this vendor a few weeks ago.

Pros:
  • It arrived in great condition and when promised.
  • I received a new device (as verified by Apple Support over the phone when I gave them the serial #).
  • The iPad Pro is pretty easy to use, and it's super-speedy!
Cons
  • The merchant has spammed me at least twice, urging me to buy an extended warranty.
  • I have mixed feelings about the device itself and -- aside from appreciating the awesomeness of displaying piano sheet music in a wonderfully-readable size -- I kinda wish I had spent the same amount of money to buy the newer, smaller, lighter 9.7 inch iPad Pro. In particular -- of the apps optimized for iPads -- I haven't found a single one that's optimized for the iPad Pro. Not to say that none exist, but I haven't come across them. As a result, text in various apps tends to be over-large and, sadly, typically not configurable (prime example: Facebook). And, as many have already noted in online reviews, this thing is impressively thin but not a lot of fun to hold for any length of time :\.
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I took advantage of this same deal from this vendor a few weeks ago.

Pros:
  • It arrived in great condition and when promised.
  • I received a new device (as verified by Apple Support over the phone when I gave them the serial #).
  • The iPad Pro is pretty easy to use, and it's super-speedy!
Cons
  • The merchant has spammed me at least twice, urging me to buy an extended warranty.
  • I have mixed feelings about the device itself and -- aside from appreciating the awesomeness of displaying piano sheet music in a wonderfully-readable size -- I kinda wish I had spent the same amount of money to buy the newer, smaller, lighter 9.7 inch iPad Pro. In particular -- of the apps optimized for iPads -- I haven't found a single one that's optimized for the iPad Pro. Not to say that none exist, but I haven't come across them. As a result, text in various apps tends to be over-large and, sadly, typically not configurable (prime example: Facebook). And, as many have already noted in online reviews, this thing is impressively thin but not a lot of fun to hold for any length of time :\.
That's exactly why only the pro 12" has been on sale for quite some time now. Imo, The 9.7" pro is more sofisticated and suitable for most of people except artists who draw on an ipad.
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I see your point. With that said, when I learned that the iPad Pro 9.7" has the same (IMHO pretty lackluster) resolution of the regular iPads, that wasn't too heartening :\. Heck, even my 2013 Nexus 10 tablet has a higher resolution than the iPad Pro 9.7"! :o
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I see your point. With that said, when I learned that the iPad Pro 9.7" has the same (IMHO pretty lackluster) resolution of the regular iPads, that wasn't too heartening :\. Heck, even my 2013 Nexus 10 tablet has a higher resolution than the iPad Pro 9.7"! :o
lol..you are comparing nexus tablet with ipad pro..IMHO ipad gen 1 is still more useable than any android tablet ever made..no amount specs would could make android tablet experience a better one than an ipad, if you can jail break your ipad then you are golden.
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I see your point. With that said, when I learned that the iPad Pro 9.7" has the same (IMHO pretty lackluster) resolution of the regular iPads, that wasn't too heartening :\. Heck, even my 2013 Nexus 10 tablet has a higher resolution than the iPad Pro 9.7"! :o
Funny you should mention that. I actually retired my Nexus 10 for the iPad Pro 9.7. You would think that resolution would be a significant factor but the screen on the iPad Pro put my Nexus 10 shame. The main advantage is that the colors on my Nexus 10 looked washed out and dull by comparison. The iPad Pro's screen is the best I've seen on tablet and I've used many including more recent iterations such as the Samsung S2 and iPad Mini4. Also the sound? OMG, the tinny little speakers on my Nexus 10 are just sad in comparison.

I almost jumped on the last 12.9 inch ebay deal but ended up going with an iPad Pro 9.7. I like to use my tablet in bed sometimes and I was concerned that the 12.9 behemoth might be too unwieldy. I could see how that extra screen real estate would come in handy but it just seemed too big for my planned use. I really don't think you can go wrong either way. It's a personal choice based on usage and portability.

I've been very happy with the 9.7. It has a beautiful screen, excellent sound for a tablet, solid battery life, a nice selection of games and it's relatively lightweight. My only negative mark on the tablet is the premium price but I figure the use I'll get out of it over the next 2-3 years will justify the cost. With Slickdeals it's rare that I buy any major purchase at full price but this was the exception to the rule.
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I get where you both are coming from on this. Though -- while admittedly clearly biased -- I still have a fondness for my Nexus 10 and Nexus 7 2nd gen, both of which are still goin' strong. But yep, not using 'em much now that I have my iPad Pro :p.

Clearly, in terms of audio quality and screen gorgeousness, I imagine it's hard to beat the iPad Pro in a current tablet. With that said, I have to admit I'm not a fan of the side-speakers; I actually prefer my Nexus 6P with dual (stereo) speakers pointing directly at me Smilie.

Though frankly, when I really want to enjoy music or movies, I put on headphones, and then... who cares about the quality of the tablet speakers. In fact, I can think of very few times when I'd be really leveraging speakers in a tablet; when I'm home, I listen to music on 'real' speakers or monitors. When I'm traveling (car, plane, bus, whatever), I use headphones.
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I get where you both are coming from on this. Though -- while admittedly clearly biased -- I still have a fondness for my Nexus 10 and Nexus 7 2nd gen, both of which are still goin' strong. But yep, not using 'em much now that I have my iPad Pro :p.

Clearly, in terms of audio quality and screen gorgeousness, I imagine it's hard to beat the iPad Pro in a current tablet. With that said, I have to admit I'm not a fan of the side-speakers; I actually prefer my Nexus 6P with dual (stereo) speakers pointing directly at me Smilie.

Though frankly, when I really want to enjoy music or movies, I put on headphones, and then... who cares about the quality of the tablet speakers. In fact, I can think of very few times when I'd be really leveraging speakers in a tablet; when I'm home, I listen to music on 'real' speakers or monitors. When I'm traveling (car, plane, bus, whatever), I use headphones.
I understand what you're saying about the sound. A good pair of headphones will sound better. Sometimes I don't feel like wearing them at home though and the sound on the pro is still very enjoyable.

My son has a nexus 7 2nd gen. That thing is the definition of value, such bang for the buck with that device.
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Hdmi?

LMAO
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Hdmi?

LMAO
ah, finally someone noticed. adapters are only extra $50 plus tax Big Grin
http://www.apple.com/shop/product...av-adapter
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Apple TV the older model is like $60 and that would let you AirPlay all of your apple devices. I've found the quality superb when air playing all of my videos and movies to the tv via Apple TV.
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lol..you are comparing nexus tablet with ipad pro..IMHO ipad gen 1 is still more useable than any android tablet ever made..no amount specs would could make android tablet experience a better one than an ipad, if you can jail break your ipad then you are golden.
Your opinion is useless. Android on tablets has come a long way and ecosystem is mostly a personal preference. Nobody cares about your pointless drivel.

Regarding the tablets, I think that the iPad Pro, either version, is just too high of a price point these days considering the value you can get in other tablets. I've had so many I can hardly remember. I think my Nexus 10 and yes $150 iPad mini 3 I am using right now are the best values I've gotten. My Teclast X80 pro may be up there in value along with the Unbranded 10 inch I used for a while but those two may not qualify for first place given there less than top-notch fit and finish. Then there is the legendary $99 or $150 HP touchpad. While not the most usable as compared to iPads and current android tablets, what a hell of a ride that deal was.
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Your opinion is useless. Android on tablets has come a long way and ecosystem is mostly a personal preference. Nobody cares about your pointless drivel.

Regarding the tablets, I think that the iPad Pro, either version, is just too high of a price point these days considering the value you can get in other tablets. I've had so many I can hardly remember. I think my Nexus 10 and yes $150 iPad mini 3 I am using right now are the best values I've gotten. My Teclast X80 pro may be up there in value along with the Unbranded 10 inch I used for a while but those two may not qualify for first place given there less than top-notch fit and finish. Then there is the legendary $99 or $150 HP touchpad. While not the most usable as compared to iPads and current android tablets, what a hell of a ride that deal was.
I don't think anyone could genuinely make an argument that an android tablet is better than an Apple tablet. Apps are much better on Apple tablets, and that regardless of anything else, makes all the difference.
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