Buy the iPad 2021 Pro From The US If You Want The Cheapest Deal; Avoid Brazil at All Costs

If you live in countries like the United States, Hong Kong, or Canada and want to spend the least amount of money on the iPad Pro 2021, then these countries are the best places to take advantage of bargains from the such. Unfortunately, there are those regions where prices are rising, so try to avoid those at all costs. This price comparison will help you realize how much you are paying for the iPad Pro in your country.

IPad Pro Wi-Fi + Cellular Models Are actually Cheaper in Hong Kong than in the US

Nukeni has compiled a price list for the 11-inch iPad Pro worldwide. As mentioned before, the United States and Hong Kong are the best places to buy the latest iPad Pro, while Brazil is the country where you will have to pay a ridiculous amount for the tablet. If you don’t believe us, check out these pricing comparisons.

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128GB Wi-Fi only

  • US – $ 799
  • Hong Kong – $ 824.29
  • Canada – $ 832.10
  • Brazil – $ 1,938.88

256GB Wi-Fi only

  • US – $ 899.00
  • Hong Kong – $ 927.34
  • Canada – $ 940.38
  • Brazil – $ 2,154.33

512GB Wi-Fi only

  • US – $ 1,099.00
  • Hong Kong – $ 1,133.45
  • Canada – $ 1,148.61
  • Brazil – $ 2,585.23

1TB Wi-Fi only

  • US – $ 1,499.00
  • Hong Kong – $ 1,545.66
  • Canada – $ 1,565.08
  • Brazil – $ 3,447.04

2TB Wi-Fi only

  • US – $ 1,899.00
  • Hong Kong – $ 1,957.87
  • Canada – $ 1,981.55
  • Brazil – $ 4,308.85

In Brazil, customers will have to spend more than twice the amount of the 2021 iPad Pro sold in the US, depending on the storage configuration. Also, for those who wanted a great deal for the cellular version; you’d be better off buying the iPad Pro from Hong Kong, because those models are a lot cheaper there than in the US for some reason. You can click on the link below to look at the comparison and also let us know which country you live in, so we’ll know how expensive it is to get the iPad Pro.

News Source: Nukeni

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