Tablet Prime Day Deals 2021: Best Early Apple iPad, Fire, Samsung Galaxy Tablets, Drawing Tablets & More Savings Published by Consumer Articles

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Check out our summary of all the latest early tablet deals for Prime Day, including the top discounts on Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, Fire HD 10, Apple iPad Pro, Wacom drawing tablets, Kindle e-readers & more

BOSTON, Jun 18, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Prime Day deals researchers have monitored the best early tablet deals for Prime Day, together with offers on HUION Kamvas tablets, Fire HD 8 tablets, Apple iPad mini & Android tablets. Links to the top deals are listed below.

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In the Android tablet scene, a Samsung Galaxy tablet is hard to beat. In particular, the Galaxy Tab S7 is a powerful slate that features a smooth 120Hz display. On the other hand, the Apple iPad range consists of the iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro, each one fitting any budget and need. Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite is still the favorite e-ink reader for book lovers, and the Fire tablet remains as an affordable media-viewing device. Lastly, Huion and Wacom drawing tablets are as popular as ever for their responsiveness and accuracy.

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