All of today's best deals are now live for Tuesday, and Homekit.Blog has your insider scoop on the best of the best deals. Headlining all the offerings, Apple's 12.9- and 11-inch M1 iPad Pro now start from $660 with rare discounts going up to $499. Those wanting a more recent Apple Silicon machine will definitely want to check out the M2 Mac mini discounts up to $120. Plus, Level's invisible HomeKit smart locks now start from $146. Hit the jump for all that and more in Homekit.Blog' latest lunch break.
Apple's 12.9- and 11-inch M1 iPad Pro now start from $660. Woot is now discounting several of Apple's previous-generation 12-inch M1 iPad Pro models for one of the first times this year. With bigger discounts than on the new M2 counterparts, the savings start today with the 128GB Wi-Fi configuration for $860. Normally priced at $1,099, today's offering clocks in with one of the silver or space gray styles and comes down at a saving of $239. It's only the third discount we've seen so far in 2023, and a rare opportunity to take home a still attractive iPadOS workstation, even if it's not the most recent debut. Below the fold, we break down all the other models on sale, as well as see how it compares to the newer M2 version.
Even with the new 2022 model here and kicking as the latest debut from the lineup, the now previous generation iPad Pro still delivers an immersive iPadOS experience. Everything is centered around a Liquid Retina XDR display with 1600 nits peak brightness and ProMotion 120Hz refresh rate. That's, of course, alongside an M1 chip to power the experience and the Thunderbolt connectivity, Wi-Fi 6, Apple Pencil support and Face ID. So if the differences between the new M2 and older M1 models aren't that significant, today's discount is a remarkable way to bring home a flagship tablet for much less. Dive into our hands-on review.
Other 12.9-inch M2 iPad Pro models on sale: Those who want all of these features in a smaller form factor can also save on 11-inch M1 iPad Pro models at Woot today. Those savings start at $660 for the 128GB Wi-Fi model, down from the going rate of $799. This is $139 off and the first discount in months. You can also save on the rest of the lineup.
Save on back-to-school essentials with 1 year of Sam's Club for $25 M2 Mac mini discounts up to $120 off B&H is now discounting Apple's latest M2 Mac mini 512 GB down to $679 shipped. Usually you'll fetch $799, but now you're looking at $120 in savings in addition to the best price of the year. This is $20 below our previous listing, as well as the best in several months. Those who can get away with half the storage will also find the 256GB model for $499, down from $599. Apple's M2 Mac mini refreshes a beloved form factor with the latest generation of in-house silicon. There's the same compact build that made earlier versions so popular with new Mac owners, as well as streamlined workstation users and home users. The improved performance of the M2 chip is also accompanied by dual Thunderbolt 4 ports, a pair of USB-A slots, an HDMI output and Gigabit Ethernet. You'll also find Wi-Fi 6E and at least an 8-core CPU supported by a 10-core GPU and 512 GB of storage. We also detail what to expect from the experience in a recent hands-on review.
Babbel Language Learning subscription hits $200 Level's invisible HomeKit smart locks now start from $146 Amazon is now offering the Level Bolt HomeKit Smart Lock for $146. It normally costs $199, but today's offer comes in as one of the best discounts of the year. It specifically undercuts Prime Day, with the $53 in savings today beating our previous entry by an extra $11. Level Bolt stands out from all other models on the market and comes as the Invisible Smart Lock thanks to its interior design that hides all motorized deadbolt functions from view. Most other offerings have large enclosures or housings that hang from the back of your door, but Level Bolt seems to make the installation look like it's still traditional hardware. That unique design combines with support for a variety of smart home features, culminating in HomeKit integration on top of Ring, using a smartphone app, or simply popping out the old-fashioned key. We found it lived up to the novelty in our hands-on review.
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