Tablet and tech deals still lingering from Black Friday

December 09, 2019

Black Friday and Cyber Monday might have officially concluded but there are still great bargains to be had when it comes to tech.

From iPads to smart speakers, many retailers are continuing the deals beyond Cyber Monday and into Cyber Week, with some keeping the prices down right up to Christmas.

Here are some of the best tablet and consumer tech deals still lingering after Black Friday and Cyber Monday…


Apple products have been a major drawcard of the extended Cyber Week, with the latest iPads among the specials still on the table.

Digital Trends notes the 10.5-inch iPad pro and the 2019 iPad Air are included in the line-up of Apple products enjoying serious discounts.

iPad Pro 10.5-inch

iPad Pro 10.5 inch on sale

Considered king of the tablet world, the iPad Pro is Apple’s power-packed version of the ever-popular iPad.

Featuring everything you could want in a productivity device in one small, lightweight package, it’s compatible with Apple’s pencil and smart keyboard, and the 64GB version currently available from Amazon at just US$529 compared to its normal price of US$751.

Meanwhile, Walmart has a 256GB 10.5-inch Pro for just US$629 compared to its standard price of US$799.

iPad Air 2019

iPad Air 2019 on sale

The iPad Air is arguably one of the best devices Apple has ever delivered in the mid-range budget category. It offers speed, portability and intuitive usage in one neat, streamlined device.

A 10.5-inch early 2019 model is currently reduced from US$779 to US$619 at B&H Photo.

iPad Mini

ipad mini on sale

If you’re looking for all the features of an iPad but in a slightly smaller package, the early Mini is also on sale at B&H Photo. With a 7.9-inch screen size, the 64GB model is currently available for US$389 compared to US$409.


If Apple’s not to your tablet taste, there are also deals further afield, including those with the Windows operating system or Android.

Top current deals include:

Surface Go

surface go on sale

Offering laptop performance with tablet portability, the Surface Go is currently on sale at Microsoft. The 64GB version is available for US$100 off at just $299.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 on sale

With the S Pen included, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 10.5-inch is an Android tablet offering a laptop experience. Amazon currently has this on sale for US$549 compared to a standard price of US$649.

Need a stand for that?

If you’re looking to use your all-new iPad, Surface Go or Galaxy Tab in a commercial environment, Bosstab has secure tablet holders and stands available to suit all sizes.

Using a simple yet secure iPad Holder or tablet holder allows you to transform any iPad or tablet into a kiosk or POS for commercial, business and customer service purposes.


Set to be a hot-ticket item under the Christmas tree this holiday season, there are a wealth of great deals to be had on all the latest smart phones.

Deals of note include:

Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8 on sale

It might be a previous model, but the S8 still packs a punch. The 64GB version is currently available from Amazon for just $399 compared to $500.

Samsung Galaxy Note10+

Samsung Galaxy Note10+ on sale

In more Samsung deals, the Note10+ is also on sale at Best Buy for the slightly reduced price of US$1050, compared to US$1100.


Looking for the latest iPhone or perhaps even a couple? Verizon currently has deals on the latest iPhones where you can buy one and get $700 off a second iPhone or two subsequent phones.

iPhone XR

iphone xr on sale

The XR is also on sale, with Best Buy offering a deal which sees it available for just US$10 per month for 24 months compared to the standard price of US$25 a month.

And so much more

And make no mistake there are still deals to be had on smart watches (including the latest Apple Watch), smart speakers like the Amazon Echo Dot, and laptops, with many of these among the top Christmas gift options for 2019.

Deals change by the day, with some stockists beginning to run low on the most popular items, but there are still bargains to be had across the consumer tech sphere.

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