“Over the past few years, we’ve been redefining what it means to use computers at work,” David Gewirtz reports for ZDNet. “From the ubiquitous tower machine of the last decade, we’ve moved to a highly mobile environment where many of us use laptops as our primary work machine when in the office, and a combination of phones, tablets, and laptops when on the go.”
“In single-threaded applications (which includes most general workflow sorts of apps), the iPad Pro beats both the MacBook and MacBook Pro,” Gewirtz reports. “Enterprise desktop-worthy verdict: Yes. From a performance point of view, the iPad Pro can be considered every bit as desktop-worthy as Apple’s OS X notebooks.”
“The iPad Pro is, with the possible exception of the pointing device, every bit as desktop-worthy as most laptops,” Gewirtz reports. “In fact, if you add in the pencil and the fact that you can get an iPad Pro with built-in cellular, in some ways, the iPad Pro is even more worthy for production work than the PCs and Macs we’ve been using.”
Much more in the full article here.
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