Apple has revealed that the iPad Pro will be available to order online, from Wednesday 11 November.
The 12.9in tablet is the company's largest and most powerful slate yet - and it's got a price tag to match. The 32GB Wi-Fi model will set you back locally AED3,099 (around US$840), and that jumps up to a hefty AED4,199 (around US$1,140) for the 128GB Wi-Fi/cellular model.
Available in classic Apple silver, gold and space grey, you'll also be able to snap up the AED399 (around US$110) Apple Pencil, along with a AED649 (around US$175) Smart Keyboard, if you fancy it, or a cheaper AED229 (around US$60) Smart Cover.
With a large, pixel-packed display, powerful A9X processor and dedicated stylus, the Pro is aimed at professionals who want to be productive on-the-go, without having to lug around a laptop.
Its primary competition, the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, however, runs Windows 10 - a full desktop OS - which could potentially beat the Pro on the software front.
We'll know for sure once we get our hands on one for our full review, so stay tuned.