Yup, I'd go crazy as well - my eyes are not that young anymore so I don't even like using the 15" MBP - I much rather use my 27" Apple TB display, 27" iMac, or 32" Alienware IPS monitor...I'd go literally insane trying to do all of my work on a 13" display. 27" is minimum.
That and I still need W10 in VM or dual boot form for some work I do.
M1 machine makes a good side machine, but I couldn't live off it.
Yup, I'd go crazy as well - my eyes are not that young anymore so I don't even like using the 15" MBP - I much rather use my 27" Apple TB display, 27" iMac, or 32" Alienware IPS monitor...
No. I have no need to work on a laptop. I work at work and nowhere else. I don't take trains or buses or planes or so on. I drive to work, I work, I go home.
whats the difference other than price?
I know this was not direktes at me but I can answer from my perspective.
Nope. Even when I used to travel to suppliers etc, travel time is my time. I do have a work laptop so I can move it between offices and home but it isn’t used in transit
I've tried this multiple times, and I've now arrived back at Mac Mini with an MBA, and a side of iPad, which works perfectly for remote and on-site working, plus travel (remember that?).Using laptops as desktop replacements is an awful experience. I've tried before and it sucks. Would not recommend.
Thanks for the responses but I guess I was thinking about having the flexibility of using both desktop and laptop abilities. I have several work spaces at home, outdoor and indoor, standing desks and siting desks, high rise view of city. I guess I was thinking of an upcoming MacBook Pro 16 to grab away from a monitor and work outside with stuff good screen since the performance is just as good as at a desk. Also using with apples accessories for desktop feel.