Good deal – The Apple iPad Air 4 “5-star” touchscreen tablet at €505.95 (-13%)

The Apple iPad Air 4 touchscreen tablet goes below €550 at Materiel.net, a drop of around 13% on the price usually observed. It is currently one of our best value for money.

With its new iPad Air 4, Apple offers a more than complete tablet. This model easily competes with what is found in Android competition, but also with another model of its own family, namely the 11-inch iPad Pro.

Apple iPad Air 4

Introductory price €669.99

  • Materiel.net

    505.95

  • eBayeBay

    518.37

  • RakutenRakuten

    519.99

  • Devil's SaleDevil’s Sale

    529.90

  • baker.combaker.com

    599.00

  • Darty.com Used MarketplaceDarty.com Used Marketplace

    599.00

  • La Redoute MarketplaceLa Redoute Marketplace

    599.00

  • Fnac.com Used MarketplaceFnac.com Used Marketplace

    602.98

  • CdiscountCdiscount

    604.98

  • E. Leclerc - High-TechE. Leclerc – High-Tech

    609.90

  • Amazon WarehouseAmazon Warehouse

    610.99

  • Top BuyTop Buy

    614.94

  • LDLCLDLC

    617.95

  • macwaymacway

    669.00

  • Fnac.comFnac.com

    669.99

  • eBayeBay

    688.98

  • AmazonAmazon

    749.00

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    809.99

  • Cdiscount MarketplaceCdiscount Marketplace

    836.39

  • GrosbillGrosbill

    893.99

How the pricing table works

Judging by what this iPad Air 4 offers, what’s the point of getting an 11-inch iPad Pro? Unless you really rely on the second photo module, the LiDAR sensor and Face ID, the new iPad Air seems like a perfect match. It is lighter, just as powerful, and above all just as pleasant to use. We simply regret the absence of a 120 Hz refresh rate, but that’s nitpicking, because the 60 Hz of this panel is perfectly mastered. The iPad Air 2020 comes to correct all that we pointed out negative on that of last year. So much so that it is now reasonable to consider the iPad Air 4 as a replacement for your computer or an 11-inch iPad Pro.

Strong points

  • Pleasant design and finishes.
  • Very well calibrated screen.
  • Better performance.
  • Very correct day shots.
  • Good autonomy.
  • New Touch ID placement and Apple Pencil 2 compatibility.

Weak points

  • Night photos to forget.
  • Disappearance of the 3.5mm mini-jack.

NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose the VAT policy is not clear (known as “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).

Alternatively

XiaomiPad 5

Introductory price €349

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    328.98

  • Cdiscount MarketplaceCdiscount Marketplace

    334.34

  • RakutenRakuten

    339.00

  • Asgoodasnew.comAsgoodasnew.com

    340.00

  • Used Amazon MarketplaceUsed Amazon Marketplace

    342.73

  • Fnac.com marketplaceFnac.com marketplace

    345.00

  • Darty MarketplaceDarty Marketplace

    345.00

  • reBuyreBuy

    353.99

  • XiaomiXiaomi

    354.90

  • baker.combaker.com

    379.00

  • La Redoute MarketplaceLa Redoute Marketplace

    379.00

  • CdiscountCdiscount

    383.99

  • UbaldiUbaldi

    391.00

  • ElectroDepotElectroDepot

    398.90

  • Fnac.comFnac.com

    399.99

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    399.99

  • eBayeBay

    405.98

  • Topbiz.frTopbiz.fr

    447.93

How the pricing table works

The world of touch pads has largely focused on the top of the range, with a number of products priced above €600. True to form, Xiaomi intends to offer a premium experience or almost at a very affordable price. The brand achieves this without any problem with its Pad 5, thanks in particular to a very well calibrated screen, more than satisfactory autonomy and good performance. We can of course regret a fixed refresh rate, a non-expandable storage space and the need to buy the stylus separately, which is nevertheless one of its assets. But overall, the device offers a seamless and enjoyable experience, and a convincing “official” debut for Xiaomi in the European tablet market.

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