Frasier Spiers has recently indicated his desire to use his ipad as his only computing device. http://www.speirs.org/blog/2015/12/22/all-in-on-ipad-pro Of course, the writing is still on the wall as to whether it is sustainable in the long term, but from what I gather, the main stumbling block is while there are tons of great apps that can be used for getting meaningful work done, nobody is aware of them. I suppose inertia is another concern. If a person has spent more than a decade working from a PC and that is what he is most comfortable and familiar with, why toss out what already works for a new platform that he has to relearn all over again, for what is probably very limited gain? It is times like this that I do feel tempted to get an ipad pro (currently using an ipad mini 2) just as a thought exercise, but I don't feel ready to make the leap yet. As a teacher, I use my ipad in the classroom, but the work involved in preparing that ipad and filling it with lesson material still come from a Mac. I remain convinced that iOS is the future of mobile computing (not OSX on a tablet). I would like to be a part of that future, yet because my job is not predicated on me doing fancy things on an ipad, this is one future I feel content to stand back and let the early adopters spearhead. I am not sure there is any point to this post. I am just writing to get this off my chest, but since we are at it - just curious, what sort of "work" do you find yourself doing more on your tablet as opposed to your PC these days?