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Apple Pencil (2nd Gen) $199 ($169 After Zip Cashback) + Delivery ($0 to Selected Areas/ C&C/ in-Store) @ JB Hi-Fi


Been scouting for a decent deal on apple pencil 2.

Noticed someone posted $30 cashback on JB Hi-Fi purchase. So I checked the original deal.

Turns out I could get one for $169

Thanks to @rake!

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  • still too expensive for me, which is a shame as the off-brand ones are MEH at best…

    • Yeah, the off brand ones pale in comparison.

    • +1

      I tend to agree on that statement for all apple products. But too expensive is a subjective matter and it can mean differently to people if you're considering the quality and service.

      But yes, I get where you're coming from.

      • Yes subjective.

        $400+ is insane for a keyboard for a lot of people but IMO totally opens up iPad to be more productive for work (really hope IOS15 is the magic bullet for elevating iPadOS for a viable full time laptop replacement)

        Whereas the pencil is.. a pencil. I can’t draw to save myself but thought it would be cool to use it to take notes//PDF markup.

        • Thanks for this. I am having a bit of chuckle reading this.

          Call me crazy, but I do have two $400+ keyboards. Hahahaha XD

          • +1

            @juns: if you got the disposable income/can tax write off , why not right?

            • +1

              @Jimothy Wongingtons: That's right. I actually just realised what you meant is the magic keyboard for iPad.

              Whereas what I referred to are programmable split mechanical keyboard.

              They actually eliminated a lot of RSI and wrist issue I had from previous keyboard. And that's a big part of my life right now cause I work as software engineer.

        • I’m of the opposite opinion. My 11-year-old wireless iMac keyboard works fine with my iPad Pro, so I don’t see the need to spend $400 on a keyboard. Whereas the Apple Pencil can’t be replaced by anything really. It has a wide variety of uses, including photo editing, signing documents, marking up documents, taking notes/mind maps, drawing, etc.

        • Whereas the pencil is.. a pencil. I can’t draw to save myself but thought it would be cool to use it to take notes//PDF markup.

          I guess those who can draw don't mind the price as much.

    • The lowest I could find was the $50 off $150 latitudepay when I got my apple pencil…

  • Seems like Apple users are high rollers.

    • -1

      Interesting you said that. I had to find out what high roller means. (excuse my ESL)

      I'm sure everyone's financial capacity and usecase are different. I tend to agree with your statement if someone who bought this simply as note taking as opposed to actual design, work and specific productivity stuff.

      But I fail to comprehend your point of view with that generalisation and what you're trying to communicate.

      • Deep dude. He was just trying to be funny. Maybe sit back have a j.

  • Decent price. I’d grab one if my Gen 1 pencil wasn’t so useful.

    • I thought it didn't work on newer iPads

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