The iPad pulls off a surprisingly good laptop impersonation these days, if you’re willing to meet it in the middle.
Can an iPad replace a laptop? It’s a silly question because it has an obvious answer: yes, it can. It has a screen, runs apps, and can connect to the Internet.
The real question is not if an iPad can replace a laptop, but if you can use it without rage-quitting Google Docs and chucking the iPad out a window.
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