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Tablets are pretty amazing devices. If you want something bigger than a smartphone, but more portable than a laptop, you turn to the trusty tablet for consuming YouTube videos, reading news and simply browsing the web in a more fluid and touch-friendly way.
Luckily, all sorts of tablets for casual and professional use are on sale for Black Friday. If you’re an Apple fan, you’ll be happy with all the money you can save on the latest and greatest iPad. And if you’re an Android fan, you’ll love the freedom and options Samsung tablets have to offer. There are even deep discounts on Amazon Fire tablets and Kindle e-readers, starting as low as $30.
The best-of-the-best deal is this one from Walmart. You can save $80 on the newest Apple iPad. This is the 32GB storage and WiFi-only version of Apple’s 7th generation iOS tablet. Considering that Apple rarely discounts their devices (especially their newest ones), this is a deal to jump up on before it sells out.
Black Friday is the best time to pick up a tablet and we found the deals to prove it. Check them out below:
Amazon Fire and Kindle
Fire HD 8, $50 (was $80), amazon.com
Fire HD 8 Kids Edition, $80 (was $130), amazon.com
Fire 7 Tablet, $30 (was $50), amazon.com
Fire 7 Kids Edition, $60 (was $100), amazon.com
Fire HD 10 Tablet, $100 (was $150), amazon.com
Kindle Paperwhite, $85 (was $130), amazon.com
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7-inch, $78 (was $126), walmart.com
EVOO 8-inch Tablet, $50 (was $90), walmart.com
iView 10.1-inch Tablet, $50 (was $100), walmart.com
Smartab 7-inch 16GB Tablet, $35 (was $70), walmart.com
HighQ 7-inch Learning Tab Jr., $40 (was $70), walmart.com
KOCASO DX768 Pro 7-inch Tablet, $47 (was $56), walmart.com
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