While the seventh-generation iPad may look a lot like its predecessor, it’s an entirely different beast. This year’s entry-level Apple tablet sports a larger display for better multitasking, more RAM for faster performance, and a Smart Connector port for Apple’s Smart Keyboard and other accessories. These updates, combined with iPadOS, make the $329 iPad an ideal starter tablet, and potentially even a laptop replacement, earning our Editors’ Choice award.
The iPad has a recycled aluminum back that comes in black, gold, or silver. The base model has 32GB of storage and sells for $329 for the Wi-Fi model, and $459 for the cellular version. You can also get the tablet with 128GB of storage, at $459 for the Wi-Fi model and $559 for cellular.
If you want to use it as a laptop of sorts, you’ll want to pick up a
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