This iPad Air is Barely More Than $100
Save big when you buy refurbished.
Steve Jobs inspired many entrepreneurs, so it makes sense why Apple products are so popular in the entrepreneurial community. It also helps that they're just good products. Of course, they're also expensive and not always within the budget of a small business owner just starting out.
That doesn't mean it wouldn't be helpful to have a more diverse device arsenal for when you're working remotely or traveling. Fortunately, you don't have to pay full price to get quality Apple products when you're willing to buy refurbished.
Refurbished electronics have been previously owned and sent back to the factory to be fixed up to work like new. But because they may have some cosmetic defects and they have been previously used, you can get them for a big discount. For instance, this 2013 Apple iPad Air 16GB is nearly $400 off right now.
An early iPad Air, this streamlined tablet has a 9.7" Retina touchscreen to let you browse and stream in crystal-clear quality whether you're sitting in the airport or just relaxing on the couch. With an Apple A7 chip and 1GB of RAM, you can multitask seamlessly, jumping between apps, files, and folders to effectively manage your digital life.
The iPad Air is all about convenience. It offers ten hours of battery life, 16GB of onboard storage, Bluetooth 4.0, and Wi-Fi capabilities to keep you connected wherever you go. You can access Siri with voice commands and stay connected to coworkers with an 8MP back camera that offers video stabilization, face detection, and HDR capabilities.
Gear up for a fraction of what you would pay for a brand new iPad. For a limited time, you can get a refurbished Apple iPad Air 16GB (charger included) for 78 percent off $499 at just $105.99.
Prices subject to change.
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