Where to buy cheap Apple iPad?



Where can you buy the cheapest official Apple iPad in Asia?

That’s what we also wanted to know. So what we did was compare the prices of the iPad offered  in official Apple online stores in each country. In Asia Pacific, the iPad is being sold in Apple Online Stores in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore.

The local prices were converted to US Dollar using the rate on September 20, 2010. The prices are the displayed prices and do not include taxes or other fees that might be additionally charged.

So where can we find the cheapest Apple iPad in Asia Pacific?

(Update: Prices of APPLE iPad 2 Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines and Singapore)

Prices of Apple iPad in Asia Pacific

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Apparently, the iPad is sold the cheapest in Asia in Apple’s online store in Hong Kong. The 16GB Wi-Fi iPad is sold for only HK$ 3,888 (US$500.72) while the 64GB Wi-Fi + 3G unit is sold for HK$ 6,488 (US$835.53).

The next cheapest place to buy the iPad is in Singapore followed by Japan and New Zealand, with Australia having the most expensive Apple iPad prices.

Which country in the world is the iPad sold the cheapest? Still in the US. Look at the iPad prices in the Apple Online Store there:

  • 16GB Wi-Fi: $499.00
  • 32GB Wi-Fi : $599.00
  • 64GB Wi-Fi: $699.00
  • 16GB Wi-Fi + 3G: $629.00
  • 32GB Wi-Fi + 3G: $729.00
  • 64GB Wi-Fi + 3G: $829.00

Now you have an idea where the cheapest official iPads are. We’ll update the list once the iPad is released in other Asian countries such as the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Taiwan.

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10 thoughts on “Where to buy cheap Apple iPad?”

  1. Using the iPad as an eBook reader is comfortable to the reader as well as it is very light and thin, weighing in at 1.5 lbs at.5″ thin.

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    • Bidzinga, They sent me a defective iPAD and promised replacement and also refund for the shipment and also the customs tax and other liabilities incurred. They have yet to send me the replacement. It has been more than two months now. I kept asking for the replacement on their support and all they say is that they will send it tomorrow or within the week. I still got nothing. Just lost my hard earned money to them. They scammed me. I got proof if there is anybody who wants to rant against me. I am open for discussion.

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      • how much did you pay for the “customs tax and other liabilities incurred”? i just want to get an idea how much are you gonna spend for a particular item in case you won…

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  2. Thanks for making a list of prices from different country. I think I can buy in Hong Kong when I go there for my business trip next week.

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  3. I like to have letters with U.S. commemorative stamps on them; I collect these. How are your letters stampedor are they metered (yech)?

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