Does anyone use 12.9 almost exclusively with SKB?

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  1. thadoggfather Suspended

    thadoggfather

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    I found the touch screen kind of cumbersome to deal with after a few weeks in my hand, but I really like the SKB anyways
     
  2. dsampley macrumors regular

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    I have found that the Smart Keyboard works well for me on a full time basis. I like the angle the iPad sits at when using the Smart Keyboard.
     
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    As much as I enjoy the ASK and is my favorite keyboard, my answer is: No. I don't always use the ASK. If I did, then I would wonder why I didn't simply go with a Macbook.

    During the work day, I use the iPP w/ASK. When I return home, I pop off the ASK and put on the SmartCover. It goes from doing "serious" work to become a "leisure" device. Although I have the Pencil, I don't use it as much as I would like because of the lack of a storage solution (to be addressed on Father's Day when I'll receive the Moxiware sleeve) :)
     
  5. safetyobc macrumors 6502

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    I do. Just got the SKB last week from a fellow member here. LOVE IT! I don't use the IPP without it now.
     
  6. Peter K. macrumors 6502a

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    Although I am very happy with the ASK, I do not use my 12.9" exclusively with it. I tend to go back and forth, even several times within the same session. This is why I really like the ease of attaching and detaching the ASK.
     
  7. Meever macrumors 6502a

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    Laptop doesn't leave the house anymore. Really considering replacing the MBP for a desktop.

    But almost exclusively for simple tasks. Light to medium writing and answering emails is great, but anything more complex and the whole thing falls apart.
     

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