The iPad will complety replace my laptop.
I couldn't justify getting an iPad unless I was willing to give up another device. The iPad does what I need it to when I'm move. As someone who supports end-users, I see people using there computers (usually laptops so big that they might as well be desktops) to do web-based work, check email, and type. Evernote Dropbox/DropItToMe, Dragon Dictate, and Safari pretty much covers it for me. Evernote gives me so much flexibility while taking notes that I actually wind up typing very little. As someone who does a lot of video editing, I'd rather skip the notebook and put that money into a high-end desktop. If you are one of those folks who still pushes paper and does a lot a of printing, not yet embracing The Cloud, than the iPad is not for you.
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