I thought I would share an experience I had in college today. I left the house today with a fully charged 15" Macbook Pro and fully charged iPad Pro (WiFi Only) /w SmartKeyboard and Pencil. I didn't know I would be using both, but when I sat down in the Library to work on a group project, I found out that a teammate had packed his laptop in a move of apartments, and left it at home. So, I handed him my Macbook, and I used the iPad Pro instead. For the next 3 hours we both worked in Office apps on WiFi. This included editing a PowerPoint, creating an instruction document in Word, and browsing the web for information. Two main differences between our workflows was that he was using Eclipse to write Java code for about 45 minutes, while I was running a pre downloaded Apple Music playlist all 3 hours. By the end of the third hour, my Macbook Pro was at 5% power, so he saved his work to my iCloudDrive and powered down. I finished my files and then opened up his files in PowerPoint and Word for iPad, opening from iCloudDrive, and then handed him the iPad (at 52% battery). At first he really disliked the keyboard, but over 10 minutes he got used to it. Occasionally we used the Pencil to move text boxes or place the type cursor where we wanted. And about an hour later he was done with his files. The iPad Pro went into my bag 4 hours later from when it came out, and still had 39% battery. Both devices had full-brightness the whole time. The only limitation we experienced with the iPad was that it is not allowed to run code compilers, and so we were not able to code on it; however, we only did very basic coding and not for very long. So yeah, just wanted to share how the iPad Pro really surprised me today. I think I will end up keeping it and selling my Air 2. Does anyone else have an experience that surprised them?