So I'm thinking of moving to an iPad as a laptop replacement/main computer (I do and will still have a desktop PC for when I really need one) and I'm trying to figure out if I will be happy with an Air 2 or if I should wait for the iPad Pro. Obviously, the Air 2 is cheaper, more portable, and will do just about everything the Pro can just fine. On the other, the iPad Pro seems like it might be more apt at being a laptop replacement and remove some of the little things that have previously made iPads less than ideal for my usage scenario. Now, I don't need to use a ton of "Pro" applications. I'm a writer by trade however and I can see how having two full sized iPad Air 2 screens side by side would be useful for that but I don't know that it's necessary. Having a good keyboard is very important; I was pretty apt at typing on the original iPad screen but no OSK can replace a proper keyboard in terms of speed and functionality. The big key is portability - I have yet to find a keyboard case for the Air 2 that looks like it comes close to the design the Apple iPad Pro keyboard will offer, not to mention preliminary findings seem to suggest that the keyboard is pretty darn good. Media consumption is a super important part of my mobile life as well and as a result gaming, music, and movies are an important consideration. The standard iPad Air 4:3 aspect ratio isn't great for movies and the speakers aren't particularly good either but, I wonder if gaming support on the Pro will be good at all. Even if it is, I'm not even sure holding a device that size would be all that comfortable. The screen size would make getting a bluetooth controller a more appealing option but obviously not everything is compatible with those and it's not a great solution while traveling either. I worry that the Pro will be more unwieldy than it's initially suggested. Yes it might be lighter than it looks, but it weights more than the original iPad on top of being a far larger device, and the original iPad could be a bit heavy after a few hours of holding it. I'm not sure an even larger device would be all that great. If it's not really conducive to being used while held, I don't think it's going to function well as a tablet. So what are your arguments for or against?