Best Amazon Kickstarter deals on Apple, Samsung, and Lenovo tablets
- The Amazon Great Indian Festival sale is scheduled to begin on September 23.
- Ahead of the sale, the company has revealed some Kickstarter deals.
- Below, check out the Kickstarter deals on Apple, Samsung, and
AdvertisementThe Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale will kick off on 23 September for Prime members, but the e-commerce giant has revealed some Kickstarter deals on tablets ahead of the sale.
During the Kickstarter deals, buyers can get up to 51% off on tablets from brands like Apple, Lenovo and Samsung. Besides this, Kickstarter deals have something for everyone from electronics to household appliances. Also, Amazon has introduced an option to collect and redeem diamonds for cashback rewards.
The e-commerce giant has also joined hands with SBI to offer an additional 10% off to SBI credit and debit card holders.
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Below, check out exciting Kickstarter deals on tablets.
Apple's 10.2-inch iPad with A13 Bionic chip drops to a new all-time low of ₹40,900, originally priced for ₹44,900.
By using Amazon Pay ICICI, American Express, Bank of Baroda, HDFC, and HSBC bank credit cards, buyers can avail no cost EMI. Also, if you are making transactions with an Amazon Pay ICICI bank credit card, you can get cash and rewards worth ₹2,200.
This 10.2- inch iPad remains one of the most powerful devices from Apple. It features an internal storage of 256GB and an A13 Bionic chip with a Neural Engine. The 10.2- inch display comes with a retina display and true tone technology. Besides this, you get an 8MP wide back camera, 12MP ultra-wide front camera, stereo speakers and Touch ID.
Lenovo Tab P11
During the Kickstarter deals, the tablet is available at its lowest price of ₹36,999, originally priced for ₹60,000. If you are the holder of a Bajaj Finserv EMI Card, Amazon Pay ICICI Credit Card, and SBI Credit Card, you can buy Lenovo Tab P11 at no-cost EMI.
The tablet features an 11.5- inch OLED display with TUV-certified eye protection and Dolby Vision. Under the hood, it comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G octa-core processor coupled with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 1TB.
If you are looking for an affordable tablet, then Lenovo M10 will not disappoint you. Currently, you can buy it for ₹19,999, originally priced at ₹39,000.
It features a 10.3- inch Full HD display, 4GB RAM, 8MP primary camera, and runs on MediaTek Helio P22T processor. This tablet comes with an active pen making it ideal for productivity and entertainment.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
This tab from Samsung is available with an active pen for just ₹22,999, originally priced for ₹30,999. You can buy it at no-cost EMI using selected bank cards and get up to ₹14,250 off on exchange.
It features a 10.4- inch TFT screen, AKG dual speakers with Dolby Atmos, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, 4GB RAM, and 64GB internal storage, which is expandable up to 1TB. Under the hood, it comes with Octa –Core 2.3GHz + 1.7GHz processor and runs on Android 12.
Lenovo Tab Yoga 11
During the Kickstarter deals, you can buy it for ₹25,999, originally priced for ₹40,000. It features an 11- inch Full HD display with Dolby Vision technology, 4GB RAM, an 8MP camera, a 7500mAh battery, and quad JBL speakers with Dolby Atmos technology.
Lenovo Tab P12 Pro
If you are looking for a premium tablet from Lenovo, then P12 Pro is worth considering. During Kickstarter deals, you can buy it just for ₹59,999, originally priced for ₹85,000. Additionally, by using selected bank cards, you can buy them at no-cost EMI. Also, you can save up to ₹14,250 by exchanging your old tablet.
It features a 12.6- inch AMOLED display with Dolby Vision, and HRD10+ support. It runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 octa-core processor with Adreno 650 GPU which are coupled with 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
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