A few notable deals have appeared today to kick off the week, including a sale on the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 13-inch MacBook Pro, a discount on Apple Watch Series 3 at Target, markdowns on HomeKit-compatible smart lighting products from Koogeek, and more.

10.5-inch iPad Pro (2017)

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To start, at Amazon and B&H Photo you can purchase the previous-generation 10.5-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ from 2017 for a low price of $699.00 ($300 off). This is for the 512GB/Wi-Fi only version of the tablet in Gold, but there are a few colors available for $749.00.

  • Wi-Fi, 512 GB, Gold - $699.00, $300 off from $999.00 [Amazon / B&H]
  • Wi-Fi, 512 GB, Rose Gold - $749.00, $250 off from $999.00 [Amazon / B&H]
  • Wi-Fi, 512 GB, Silver - $749.00, $250 off from $999.00 [Amazon / B&H]
  • Wi-Fi, 512 GB, Space Gray - $749.00, $250 off from $999.00 [Amazon]

13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

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Amazon also has a discount on the latest 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (2.3 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Space Gray), discounted to $1,499.99. This is $100 off compared to the price seen at rival retailers like B&H Photo and Adorama, and $300 off the original $1,799.99 price tag currently seen at Apple and Best Buy.

Apple Watch Series 3

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Target is discounting the Apple Watch Series 3 (38mm, GPS) to $199.99, $80 off from $279.99. The retailer's sale is for the Space Gray Aluminum version of the 2017 Apple Watch, including a matching Black Sport Band. At the time of writing, the Silver version of this model is sold out and 42mm models of the Series 3 are not on sale at Target.

Koogeek HomeKit Accessories

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Accessory maker Koogeek has debuted a new trio of discount codes this week on Amazon, offering shoppers a chance to save on a HomeKit-compatible light switch, light bulb, and light strip. Koogeek's HomeKit accessories require a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi network but do not need a hub to work, allowing ‌HomeKit‌ users to easily connect the devices to their iOS Home app and control them through Siri or add them into any existing scene.

Visit our full Deals Roundup for more sales going on this week, including an extension on the Epic Mac Bundle offered by StackSocial.

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Top Rated Comments

mrat93 Avatar
65 months ago
I bought two Koogeek light strips and one color bulb. All three of them failed me within three months. Zero response from the manufacturer. Stay away.

I also got a Vocolinc strip which failed as well. Hue seems to have the most reliable HomeKit lights by far.
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