“Early last month, I decided to see if any 2-in-1 style products could take the place of all, or mostly all, of my computing activities,” Kevin Tofel reports for ZDNet. “I tried, Microsoft; I really tried.”
“I bought both a base model Surface Pro 4 and current Type Cover, using it exclusively for the better part of three weeks,” Tofel reports. “But at the end of the workday when it came for a more casual experience, I found it greatly lacking for what I like to do.”
“So I put the Surface Pro 4 away when the iPad Pro I bought arrived. I’ve been using it ever since then; roughly the last two weeks,” Tofel reports. “I can still get nearly all of my work done with it – which admittedly does include a few workarounds such as keyboard shortcuts since there’s no mouse or trackpad – and it’s far better for me during non-work activities.”
“As a result, I’ve found the 2-in-1 or hybrid device that’s suiting my needs more of the time: It’s an iPad Pro,” Tofel reports. “My Surface Pro 4 is still within the return period so it’s sitting in a box on its way back to Microsoft.”
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