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Best Buy Used Tablets [VERIFIED]


People who bought one of Microsoft's first-generation Surface tablets and want to move on to something else now have a friend in Best Buy. Best Buy is currently running a trade-in program where it will pay between $200 and $350 for Surface tablets.




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The trade-in period kicked off on Oct. 6, first spotted this week by Chris Welch at The Verge, and it ends Oct. 21, the day before Microsoft's new Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 arrive. But the money comes in the form of an in-store credit, so it doesn't have to be used on a new Surface.


The latest standard tablet from Apple's labs, the iPad 10.2in (9th-gen, 2021), is very much an iterative update but it's undeniably a welcome one and maintains its position as the best-value iPad out there. Physically, it's identical to the 8th-gen model from 2020, with the same design, dimensions and 10.2in 2,160 x 1,620 IPS touch display. But there is a small handful of updates that makes it upgrading, if not from last year's iPad, then definitely from the 2019 or 2018 models.


It doesn't have the same screen appeal as the iPad Pro, but it comes remarkably close considering how much cheaper it is. Battery life is almost on par with the iPad Pro, too, and display brightness and colour accuracy are as good as we've come to expect from an Apple device. For those who want the best balance of price and performance, the iPad Air 5 is clearly the iPad to choose right now.


Despite its popularity, the iPad mini hasn't enjoyed updates with as much regularity as Apple's other tablets in recent times. With the 2021 model, however, Apple has given its smallest iPad a big overhaul, lavishing it with a completely new design, new internals and a whole load of new features.


If you need more power and screen real estate, the Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a good choice. The 12.4-inch screen has a 2,560-by-1,600 resolution for clearer, sharper images and graphics, which is so important for regular media consumers. The Galaxy Tab S7 FE also comes with an S-Pen, which can be used for note taking, drawing, and maneuvering through screens in a way that feels as close to using pen and paper as possible. This tablet is sold in up to 256GB of onboard storage, though the 128GB version is the sweet spot in terms of bang for your buck.


This Galaxy Tab S7 Plus can be transformed into a mini PC with the addition of an optional keyboard or a gaming console with the addition of a Bluetooth-enabled controller, making it one of the most versatile tablets on our list. The screen is the same size as the Tab S7 SE, but with a greater QHD resolution of 2,736 by 1,824 which is ideal for even professional editing and content creation. For a tablet that does it all, the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus is a powerful contender.


You can find an online service that will buy your iPad. Get several quotes, so you know you're getting the best deal. SellCell, BuyBack Boss, and Decluttr are some examples. You can also take advantage of one of Apple's best trade-in programs or sell your iPad on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace.


The best place to buy a refurbished iPad is Apple's online store. A refurbished iPad from Apple comes with the same 1-year warranty as a new iPad, easing concerns about buying refurbished. It's also possible to buy a refurbished iPad from retailers like Best Buy or Newegg.


Getting a refurbished iPad can save you a lot of money while getting a tablet that works exactly like a brand-new model, warranty included. To make your search easier, we will show you five of the best iPads you can find in 2023, taking into consideration budget-friendliness, power, size, and ease of use.


Refurbished iPads are not much different from new ones. For instance, Apple-certified refurbished products are restored to complete working condition by Apple after being either pre-owned or used as display models. They are also eligible for AppleCare protection. As a result, when you buy a refurbished iPad, it will work as new.


The Liquid Retina XDR display delivers some of the brightest colors and best screen quality you will see in a device at a resolution of 2732 x 2048. It also has the ability to record ProRes video and supports WiFi 6E.


It has a superb 2048 x 2732 Mini LED screen, becoming the first iPad to have used this type of display technology. Besides, like its other siblings, you can get up to 10 hours of battery life, has a premium aluminum shell, and up to 2TB of storage.


The iPad mini 6 is a small tablet that acts like a slightly plus-sized iPhone. What makes it one of the best refurbished iPads worth buying is that you can use the Apple Pencil alongside it, turning the tablet into a tiny notebook that can fit in your pocket.


While the absolute best Android tablets can practically serve as high-end laptop replacements, you don't have to shell out a ton of cash to get your hands on something convenient and reasonably powerful. In fact, we've seen some recent releases with surprisingly powerful hardware and streamlined interfaces at around $300 or less.


There's also a recent trend of tablet-optimized Android apps designed for larger, tablet-size screens instead of smartphones. And thanks to ever-increasing hardware capability and efficiency, you will have the best selection of low-cost tablets ever. Tablets are available at nearly any price point, like the Xiaomi Redmi Pad, equipped with features like high refresh rates and tons of RAM, which we are used to having only with expensive tablets.


Xiaomi phones and tablets aren't incredibly popular in the United States, but they're pretty common in parts of Europe and India. The last Xiaomi tablet we got our hands on was the Xiaomi Pad 5, which felt like a slightly more affordable version of the sleek iPad Air. Released in October of 2022, the Redmi Pad doesn't cost as much but has a similarly great fit and finish, including a one-piece metal chassis with clean lines and a classy look.


If you're willing to spend a little more, you can't ignore the second iteration of Lenovo's Tab P11+. Chiefly, its 120-hertz, 2560 x 1536 OLED display is the best in this price range, and the company's matching stylus (sold separately, unfortunately) is as precise as they get. Then there's the impressive battery, which should last well more than an entire day for all but the most intensive use cases. Aside from the price and poor selfie camera, it has no notable drawbacks.


If you keep your expectations in the right place for this relative bargain of a tablet, you may well end up perfectly satisfied. It doesn't have the firepower to do much in terms of productivity, and it does lag from time to time when loading large files or especially complex software. Nonetheless, its small stature, low cost, and streamlined interface mean it's the best you'll find with an MSRP under $200. Most of the time, you can even find it at a moderate discount, too.


Anybody in the market for a basic, affordable tablet should take a look at Tab M10 Plus. In its third generation, it delivers a good Android 12 experience and is slated to get an Android 13 update at some point. Most notably, the physical and software design are clearly focused on landscape rather than portrait orientation, which makes it an excellent choice for streaming media on the go.


The Lenovo Duet is a far better option for word processing and other work than most tablets due mostly to the surprisingly great keyboard that comes with it. Running on Chrome OS, it's a touch more suitable for larger windows and does a great job with the modern cloud apps that remote workers usually use. However, while it does a decent job at a tablet and laptop-lite replacement, it doesn't entirely excel at either. For example, it only has two USB ports, unlike even many low-cost full-on laptops.


The Fire HD 8 is a little different from most Android tablets. For instance, the operating system is much more locked down than others, so you won't have access to all Android apps, but you can be sure that what's there works great. As the most affordable 8-inch tablet from a big-name manufacturer, it's worth considering if you want something reliable and functional. But it can't play resource-intensive games or multitask, and it's not the best if you want to do a lot other than browse the web or stream media.


Tablets have come a long way in the last decade. Originally viewed primarily as just windows for consuming content, companies like Apple and Microsoft have proven that the best tablets are more than just portable TVs or web browsers. Cursor support and keyboard attachments can transform a tablet into a viable laptop replacement.


We've compiled the best tablets for the money, from those posing as laptop replacements like the Surface Pro 9 and the iPad Pro, to the best Android tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 and Amazon's Kindle Fire tablets.


If you're not sold on an iPad or Android tablet then one of the best 2-in-1 laptops might be the right choice. Or if you're a student who wants a sleek laptop or tablet that can last through four years (or more) of abuse, check out our best college laptops.


The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is the best tablet for power users that don't want the complexity of Windows. Equipped with an M1 processor, a mini-LED (XDR) display, and 5G support, no other tablet on the market will get you as complete of a package as the iPad Pro. The iPad Pro 2022 steps this up to an M2 processor, but if you can find a great iPad deal on the older model it may be worth the savings as most don't end up really testing the limits of the iPad Pro's capabilities as it is.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series is easily the best the Android tablet market has to offer when it comes to high-end iPad competition. These tablets deliver outstanding battery life, gorgeous displays and all three models include Samsung's excellent S Pen in the box.


While all three are impressive tablets in their own right, the S8 Ultra stands apart with its massive 14.6-inch 120Hz Super AMOLED display that dwarfs the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The S8 and S8+ come in at 11-inch and 12.4-inches, respectively. 041b061a72


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