The iPad is becoming increasingly powerful with each new generation. The iPad Pro actually bridged the gap into laptop land, scorching past entry-level laptops into that mid-range of a laptop in terms of pure performance.
When it comes to going mobile, it can be a difficult decision when choosing between a laptop or an iPad. Here’s what you should know about the pros and cons of each.
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Mobile Could I really ditch my laptop for an iPad? As tablets get more powerful, some people are asking if they really need to use their laptops for blogging or other work-related tasks.
Looking at iPad vs Laptop vs Notebook, it is all about the purpose or kind of work you wish these devices to help you perform. An iPad is more about fun while laptops and notebooks are more about getting the work done.
The iPad Pro is not a notebook computer, and comparing it to devices in a class different product class is a mistake that's unfair to Apple, to the iPad Pro and to its potential users.
The latest iPad can handle many common PC tasks, though not without trade-offs in usability and comfort.
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I’d be the last person to claim that an iPad is a complete replacement for a laptop. There are many things a laptop can do that an iPad can’t (or an iPad can, but clumsily).
Debating over the iPad vs laptop pros and cons is a never-ending argument but end it we must. The iPad is one of the most affordable tablet PCs around and is a popular device choice. But it cannot, at this point of time, replace laptops or personal computers.