This will get iPad 3 owners mad. Apple is discontinuing the iPad 3rd-Generation (or new iPad, if you prefer) on the US store for just $US379. In Australia, the same one is going for $488. That means by going to the trouble of importing it, you can save yourself a decent amount of cash on what is still a great device.
Lunchtime Deal: Refurbished iPad 3rd-Generation For $379
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