For several years, laptops have been mostly business travelers’ critical tools. Those laptops have gradually become more portable, lightweight and slimmer, but all of these features don’t change them from being the same laptop we used to know.
This is what the modern generation of tablets are now trying to change that in their newest designs and build. Apple’s iPad Pro and Microsoft’s Surface are on the top of their game on this topic as Apple specifically has been shocking the whole world on the 2018 iPad Pro series in terms of laptop-slaying prospects.
Virtually all travelers will prefer the 12.9 inch iPad Pro, as it’s roughly a medium screen size. It is moderately practical compared to the smaller and marginally less-expensive 11 inches iPad Pro.
If you mean to be considering the 12.9 inch iPad Pro with 4G and 256GB of storage for $1,969, with the stylus and keypad escalating the whole price to $2,317.
Of course, that’s enough for business travelers and equally a lot for an average tablet, but the iPad Pro’s got the unimaginable feature making ready to take on your laptop and maybe take the lead in ways that may shock you.
Big-sized laptops simply don’t blend into the world of conferences. They only bring about a barrier between conference attendants and results in everyone playing peek-a-boo over their screens. The iPad Pro came out in another dynamic as it let you easily read and annotate documents, jot and straightforwardly access information, with two screen angles available when utilizing the Smart Keyboard Folio.
The iPad Pro can even handle common Microsoft and Google office suites as well as Apple’s personalized apps. It supports using OneDrive, DropBox and Google Drive as well.
One other essential feature that most travelers also consider is the iPad Pro’s dual-SIM feature. The standard Nano SIM slot is paired with a digital eSIM module. You can slot a 4G SIM from an Australian telco into the provided sim space to use the eSIM on traveling.
On your home or office desk, the iPad Pro can quickly connect through Bluetooth to a regular keyboard while the new USB-C connector can connect up to an external display. You may have to get an HDMI dongle for this, but that’s also applicable with many slim laptops.
However, the revised Apple Pencil is really a compulsory extra if you want to extract complete value from the iPad Pro. It runs smoothly across the iPad Pro’s magnificent display and is pretty easy to run than any styli I’ve come across with convertibles and notebooks on the market.
What more can be incredibly noteworthy than taking notes on the iPad Pro by writing instead of typing? The fact that you have the choice to choose either to type or write, draw arrows and sketch diagrams, do mind-maps, mark up notes is really worth writing about.
For most people, the only side that will keep us contemplating about which one to go for is the part of you have to write some articles with more images uploaded. Nevertheless, if the iPad Pro can run your apps and play nicely with the rest of the world, then it might just be time to put your laptop out to use.