I did a cursory search before posting this, but I did not see anything recent. I'm a bit late to the game, but I've never owned an iPad before. And until recently, neither a Macbook or any Apple device. It's been a year now since I got my Macbook Air and I'm loving it. Sometimes, however, I can see myself enjoying an iPad for some tasks I do on my laptop. Such as watching videos/anime, reading books and manga, etc. Furthermore, I'm aware that there are numerous applications available for the iPad which may even exceed the amount of applications available to me on my Mac. And it might even be fun to use an iPad. Albeit, it's purely speculation on my behalf. Because I really don't know what it's like to own an iPad and use the iOS ecosystem. So, first, I ask, What's it like to own an iPad; what applications do you like to use (particularly ones you enjoy that you can't do anything on your other computing devices) on your iPad, what's better about the iPad experience compared to any other devices you use? Second, if you own a laptop (particularly the Macbook Air), do you find there any worthwhile reason to own both a Macbook and an iPad? I'm interested in the iPad Mini 2 (as the 3 isn't that much of an upgrade).