iPads, tons of other tablets on sale: Shop refurbished and recertified

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We found 27 deals for you — and not just on iPads.
We found 27 deals for you — and not just on iPads.

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Whether you’re a frequent traveler, a remote worker, or just someone who likes to stay connected, you’ve probably dabbled with the idea of buying a tablet. Hey, we don’t blame you. They’re convenient, lightweight, versatile, and have touch screens just like your phone. What’s not to love?

Before you dive into the world of tablets, though, don’t get fooled into buying a brand-new $1,500 device when there are much cheaper options capable of doing the same things. Refurbished devices are tested to work good as new and are priced way less than their shiny new counterparts. Plus, they can help you cut back on your carbon footprint a little. Don’t be part of the problem, y’all.

Here are 27 different tablets – from iPads to Surfaces – on sale for up to 78% off original retail value. Trust us, your wallet and the environment will thank you.

Apple 

iPad

Ah, yes, the iPad. It’s what most people think of when the word “tablet” comes up. The first one was launched in 2010 as a question. Steve Jobs asked the audience whether “there was room for something in the middle” of the iPhone and MacBook. And judging by how many versions and generations there have been since, it’s safe to say the answer was yes. The older ones may not have the updated abilities of the brand new ones, but they still get the job done.

iPad Mini

The iPad Mini is incredibly compact, but tiny devices can pack a lot of power. It was originally launched alongside the iPad 4 and has launched quite a few generations since. The latest model is the iPad Mini 5, which isn’t too different from the models that came before it except it’s younger in age.

iPad Pro

The iPad Pro was originally released in 2015 and had a lot to offer – a bigger screen, more speakers, and a faster processor. While it may be bigger in size, it’s still extremely portable and convenient for on-the-go browsing and working.

iPad Air

Durable, yet remarkably lightweight, the iPad Air has a totally different design, borrowing curved edges from the iPad Mini and shaving off much of the weight of a typical iPad. It’s so light, you’ll forget you even have it with you.

ASUS 

ASUS tablets run on Android’s operating system, making them exceptionally good for gaming entertainment. They offer high speed, impressive display quality, and enough battery life to keep you busy for hours.

Thomson

Thomson’s HERO line gives you the ease and convenience of a tablet with the functionality of a laptop. They come pre-installed with Mobile MS Office and allow you to easily connect to the internet and more, making them perfect devices for working on the go.

Lenovo

If you plan to share your tablet with your kids, opt for a Lenovo tablet, which runs on the Android OS and is great for watching YouTube or playing games. They feature multiuser functionality, kid-safe options, and adaptive display technology, which adjusts the settings to make it gentler on your eyes.

Microsoft Surface

The Microsoft Surface Pro can function in three different modes: as a regular tablet, as a laptop with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, or as a hands-free device by flipping the kickstand. It seamlessly runs on Windows 10 and is constantly favored amongst other PC tablets.

Samsung

If you own a Samsung smartphone and want to keep your devices all in one family, the Galaxy Tabs are affordable, efficient, and powerful devices. Just like their phones, their tablets run on the Android OS, making them great options for those into gaming, browsing, and binge-watching on the go.

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