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iPads are bicycles

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I don’t understand this insistence on having to transition from a device to another. Why PCs/Macs and tablets have to be an either/or proposition? In my view, “leaning heavily on past behavior and familiarity with PCs instead of going through the process to replicate the workflows and activities consumers did on their PCs” isn’t a matter of stubbornness, it’s just common sense. Especially when ‘replicating the workflows’ actually means ‘going through a series of new convoluted steps to achieve on…

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The MacBook Air Can Replace An iPad Air For Real Work

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I don't know Fraser. I’m assuming his article was written tongue-in-cheek but just in case it was not, this would be my response to what he wrote here. If you have certain very specifically-defined workflows, and a work environment where you can guarantee yourself a chair and desk, you can probably get your work done on a MacBook Pro. For the rest of the world, there's iPad.Fraser Speirs Regardless of size, the iPad Pro (or even just an iPad Air)…

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The iPad Is A Consumption Device

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ignore the code: iPad: A Consumption Device, After All? by Lukas Mathis Right now, for most of its users, the iPad is a consumption device. It’s not a PC replacement, and it’s not much better than a phone for gaming or watching movies or reading. That puts it into an awkward position. But it doesn’t have to be. There’s no reason the iPad couldn’t replace most PCs in people’s homes, and be better than those PCs at most tasks for…

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