Apple's new iPad tablet device will retail for under £400 in the UK, according to online speculation.
IT website Geeky Gadgets claims to have received a tip-off over the price of the system and has suggested that the entry-level version, which will include a 16GB hard drive, will be available at £389.
According to the website, the 32GB model will sell for £439, while the 64GB version is expected to be priced at £489.
It has also been suggested that consumers in the UK are unlikely to see the iPad in stores until April, despite Apple suggesting it could be available from next month.
A number of broadband providers, including bundle provider TalkTalk are thought to be in discussions with Apple to carry the device on laptop-style deals.
Andrew Harrison, UK Chief Executive Officer of the broadband provider's parent company the Carphone Warehouse, told TechRadar last month that the firm was excited about the new range of tablet devices.