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Apple’s Magic Keyboard for the iPad is $100 off at several retailers again

With the right keyboard, you can turn your iPad into a functional laptop (sort of). If you have been eyeing Apple’s Magic Keyboard but are waiting for a sale, today’s the day. Amazon and Walmart currently have the Magic Keyboard designed for the 11-inch iPad Pro and fourth-gen iPad Air available for $199, $100 off its regular price.

If you own the 12.9-inch iPad Pro model, don’t worry: you can buy the accessory at a discounted price, too. Best Buy has knocked $100 off the Magic Keyboard designed for this specific iPad, bringing the price down to just $249. Both Magic Keyboards include a set of backlit keys and a trackpad.

Despite being three years old, the first-generation Microsoft Surface Headphones are still a good option for those looking for a pair of reasonably priced noise-canceling headphones. Usually $250, Woot is currently selling them for $106, making them one of the best values in noise-canceling headphones available right now.

Logitech’s G502 gaming mouse is one of the best on the market. Aside from the wired model being my personal favorite and primary computer mouse, my colleague Cameron Faulkner thinks both versions of the G502 are some of the best gaming mice you can buy. You can get the wireless variant, the G502 Lightspeed, for as low as $118 at Amazon and $120 at Best Buy.

If you are in the market for a new laptop but were not interested in the MacBook Air deal we covered the other day, Amazon has discounted both storage configurations of the MacBook Pro with the M1 chip. You can get the laptop with 256GB of storage for as low as $1,219 in space gray or the 512GB storage model in space gray for $1,415. Both laptops include 8GB of RAM.

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