When I first got the iPad Pro, I already had a 13" rmbp, an iMac, and an iPad Air 2 so I was wondering if the iPad Pro would really do anything for me that those other devices don't do. I found myself comparing capabilities and consistently finding the full fledged OS X to be better in terms of productivity, but then I found myself surprised by something... The iPad Pro is the first time I have found a device that really focuses me into a single task. When I open up a word document, the entire screen is used and there is no leftover space on the top or bottom of screen with desktop or mission control (I know it can be hidden, but it is still there). To me, the best comparison is that it is akin to opening a book to read. You are just drawn in to work on the task at hand. With previous iPads, I have tried using Bluetooth keyboards and the delay between hitting the key and the iPad registering the keystroke has always been too delayed to feel like I'm using a computer. I could never get into what I was working on because of that delay. Also, the larger screen size just draws you into the task at hand even more so. There is a typing program for OS X that is a barebones typing program. I can't think of the name off hand, but the reason it was designed was to give people a more a focused typing approach where you just open it up and type rather than messing around with all the other menus on the screen. To me, using the iPad Pro feels like that in almost every app I use, including Safari and for that, I really really enjoy using the iPad Pro like I have never enjoyed an Apple device before.