On the go devices have become quite a rage these days. Nobody wants to brag about how big their devices are anymore. Instead people want something that is compact and yet full of features and something that does not lack in performance. Two such devices from Apple are the iPad Pro and the MacBook Mini 12 inch. So if you’re confused if you should sell MacBook and get an iPad Pro instead, read this comparison of the two devices to see which one you should get for yourself. There are a lot of sites where you can buy an iPad. Make sure to look out for coupons and discounts before buying one. You can find latest voucher code on Dealslands uk and save your hard earned money or you can also purchase with currys discount for tablets.
Comparing the two on issues that matter the most, both these devices are powered by different processers. The iPad Pro runs on the all new A9X chipset that made its debut on the iPhone 6s and we all know how that worked out. The chipset is a beast and leaves no stone unturned when it comes to the performance. That paired with the big screen turns the iPad Pro into a highly productive device that surpasses the iPad Air’s productivity and ease of use. The big screen also allows for multitasking. Another feature that made its debut on the iPad Pro was the additional support for accessories to be attached like the Apple keyboard and the Apple pencil. This took the iPad Air’s productivity to a whole new level, making it a good substitute for laptops. However, at times you might find yourself missing the MacOS as iOS doesn’t just get the work done sometimes.
Coming to the MacBook Mini 12-inch, one thing that you’ll notice instantly about this device is the portability. You can easily carry the device with one hand as it weighs less than 2 pounds and is also very slim and sleek, feeling almost like a tablet in your hand. Running the MacOS and powered by the Intel Core M Broadwell processor, I had no problem getting away with all my work on the MacBook. The need for a bigger laptop was not felt at all. The touchpad too eliminated the need for an external mouse and we felt like we were using a touch screen. The processor paired with 8 GB ram performed amazingly and we could do all of our work without any complaint.
So this was our comparison of the iPad Pro and the MacBook Mini 12 inch. Leave any queries or suggestions in the comments below.