The latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro absolutely blew us away when we reviewed it, thanks to its ridiculous levels of power and its astounding HDR screen. And it's currently the cheapest it's ever been, thanks to a discount at Amazon UK.
In our full iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2021) review, we said that it's the "most technologically superior version of the best tablet family" with the stand-out feature being the mini-LED screen – that's the same tech used what we currently rate as the best TV in the world.
This uses thousands and thousands of tiny lights behind the pixels to create a beautifully bright display for HDR, but also offers super-precise dimming of those lights for stronger contrast. Our review said: "The sheer range that this screen can produce is just gorgeous, with bright lights right next to dim areas. But unlike most LCD screens where the dim areas tend to flatten and lose detail, here everything has depth and clarity. OLED screens can achieve this too, but they can't hit the brightness that this screen manages, making the total experience more like a high-end TV than any other tablet.
If you want a tablet for video, there's simply nothing better on the market. And don't forget that you get the Apple M1 chip powering it, meaning that it's as powerful as an eight-core laptop. It's absolutely future-proof.
It's the best tablet in the world, and we haven't really seen any discounts on it so far – until now. The money saved might not be huge but it'll help pay for your Apple Pencil to go with it.
We're not sure if you'll see any Black Friday iPad deals to beat this – it's possible the the best Black Friday deals will go a little higher on this model, but we certainly wouldn't put any money on it.
Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2021) | Was £999 | Now £939 | Save £60 at Amazon UK
The iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2021) includes an astounding HDR screen that's the best of any tablet by a mile, plus its M1 processor is like a pro-level laptop. It's a super-sleek, super-fast portable work machine, with the flexibility that you can add the Apple Pencil to it for notes or drawing.