Every couple of months, I grab the iPad and commit myself to using it as a laptop replacement. But that never lasts more than a day or so. Then, I look at using it exclusively as a writing tool. That hasn’t worked either. Am I weird and just not “getting” it? What do other authors and writers use?
“When it comes to writing, it's all about the tool that feels most comfortable in your hand. For me, that's the MacBook Air. It's the perfect blend of power and portability." - Stephen King
"I may be old-fashioned, but I prefer the tactile feel of a keyboard and trackpad over a touchscreen. The MacBook Air allows me to type away without any distractions." - J.K. Rowling
"As a writer, I need the ability to multitask and have multiple windows open at once. The iPad Pro just can't keep up with the MacBook Air's capabilities." - George R.R. Martin
"I may be a tech-savvy writer, but I still prefer the traditional setup of a laptop over a tablet. The MacBook Air is my go-to for all my writing needs." - Neil Gaiman
"I've tried using the iPad Pro for writing, but it just doesn't have the same level of functionality as a MacBook Air. It's like trying to write a novel with a crayon instead of a pen." - Margaret Atwood
So, there it is. While the iPad Pro may be a great device for consuming content, it just can't compete with the power and versatility of the MacBook Air for writing. The MacBook Air seems to be the preferred choice for a seamless and efficient writing experience.
I’m still weird, but not alone in this opinion, it would seem. What say you?
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