Clayton Morris of FauxNews.com after using an iPad for a week (almost):
I didn’t pick up my laptop once during the entire week. That’s right, not even once—and I didn’t miss it. The iPad replaced my laptop for almost all of my workflow. Sitting at a coffee shop I typed out dozens of e-mails on the virtual keyboard (which took some getting used to), compiled to-do lists in the day planner, read a few PDFs, read a book using the Kindle app, listened to great NPR content, read Time Magazine on the new iPad app, watched the Phillies opening-day live on the MLB app, read hundreds of news stories … and wiped away a lot of fingerprints.
That mirrors the experience of many MacBook, MacBook Pro users, including yours truly. My MacBook Pro isn’t going away, but the battery isn’t getting drained as quickly these days.