Five years ago today, the original Apple iPad went on sale in the US. Since 2010, Apple has introduced cellular versions, smaller versions, and ones thinner than part of a pencil.
In total, Apple has released 104 different models of the iPad. Quartz analyzed the resale value of a range of iPad models on Gazelle, a website that purchases old tech for reselling. Below are some of the most popular models. The prices listed are for models in “good” condition. Note: “Cellular” models refer to AT&T 3G/4G models for older iPads and unlocked LTE models for newer devices.
Unsurprisingly, the most valuable iPad on the list is the largest and the newest. A 64GB LTE iPad Air 2 is worth $270—considerably less than the $729 you most likely paid for it not long ago. Sadly, the original iPads have not held up so well—on Gazelle, they’re now worth less than a new pair of Apple headphones or a couple of overly designed lanyards.
There wasn’t much difference in price between storage sizes for each model. Apple tends to charge about $100 more for the next storage size up—128GB versus 64GB, for example. But on resale, the difference was generally between just $10 and $25.
For a complete breakdown on the price of all 104 models, check out this much larger chart.