New Apple iPad Pro video suggests that you may not know what a computer is

New Apple iPad Pro video suggests that you may not know what a computer is
The Apple iPad Pro 9.7 and Apple iPad Pro 12.9 aren't exactly the newest tablets around, but they're obviously very powerful devices (thanks to Apple's own A9X system on chip). The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is also Apple's largest tablet to date, and, until the company releases a successor, it remains its main device that can be presented as a computer/PC alternative (with the smaller 9.7-inch model obviously being the second best choice). With that in mind, this week, Apple released a new promo video that showcases the iPad Pro - not a model in particular - as a device that could make you rethink what a computer is.

The new video, which you can watch below, has it that "just when you think you know what a computer is", you see the features of the iPad Pro (including the screen that "you can touch" and write on, and the keyboard that "can get out of the way"), and you go on to ask yourself what else it could do. Needless to say, an iPad Pro can do pretty much anything that a normal computer can. However, when we reviewed the iPad Pro 12.9 and the iPad Pro 9.7, we found both a bit too expensive, and not particularly awesome at fully replacing a PC/computer. Nevertheless, if you do need an iPad as your main computer, either of the two iPad Pro versions will do the job relatively fine.

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