My current gear: 2011 iMac 27", 2012 MacBook Air 13", iPad 4, iPhone 6S. I need something highly portable, light and long lasting for grad school and work-related purposes. For school, I work on Word documents and for work, I translate scripts for videos, which too come in Word documents or equivalent in a proprietary format (proprietary enough to make .docx look universal). I'm currently torn between a 12-inch MacBook and either of the iPad Pros. For all intents and purposes, common sense may dictate that I should go for the MacBook hands down because of work needs. On the other hand, the reason why I am torn is because almost all of my entertainment comes from my iPad. By entertainment, I mean games, reading material and binge YouTube. I also have digital subscriptions to a couple of magazines, and I find reading them on the iPad to be more convenient than on either Mac. I already have a couple of Bluetooth keyboards, so that's one purchase I do not have to make. I was thinking of getting the Citrix mouse and remote accessing my iMac at home for the times I need other apps that don't have iPad equivalents. I have a phone plan that provides 15GB per month and lets me share that allocation with a cellular-enabled iPad. Am I being delusional? Is it still better to just get a MacBook in the end?