The best Boxing Day deals on tablets
Save hundreds on Apple iPad, Microsoft Surface Pro and other popular tablets with these post-Christmas deals.
How many times have you tried to type a long email or browse a photo gallery on your phone and found the small screen and tiny keyboard too fiddly for what you're trying to do? Sure, you could haul out your laptop or boot up your PC, but that's a lot of work for something that's only going to take a couple of minutes. Wouldn't it be great if you had a device that was as handy as your phone but with just a bit more screen real estate under its belt?
This is where tablets come in. Whether you're all-in on the Apple ecosystem, you're a staunch advocate of Android or you prefer the familiar environment of Windows, there's a tablet out there that'll deliver the power and portability you're looking for.
To help you hunt down this ideal tablet, we've rounded up some of the best Boxing Day deals running through the whole post-Christmas season. Check them out below:
|Tablet||Retailer||Discounted price||Buy it|
|Lenovo Tab 10 X103F 16GB||Harvey Norman||$148.00||Go to site|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 16GB||Harvey Norman||$238.00||Go to site|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 16GB||Dick Smith Electronics||$299.00||Go to site|
|Apple iPad 9.7 32GB (2017)||Officeworks||$397.00||Go to site|
|Apple iPad Mini 4 128GB||Dick Smith Electronics||$479.00||Go to site|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 64GB||Harvey Norman||$488.00||Go to site|
|Samsung Galaxy TabPro S 128GB||Dick Smith Electronics||$679.00||Go to site|
|Microsoft Surface Pro 4 refurbished (m3, 4GB RAM, 128GB storage)||Dick Smith Electronics||$729.00||Go to site|
|Microsoft Surface Pro (all configurations)||Microsoft Store||$998.00 - $3396.00||Go to site|
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