Lee Peterson is moving to an iPad as his primary work machine. This is the same way I feel about the iPad.

If I want to sit down and plan my to do list I can do it with Things 3 and the Apple Pencil, if I want to type things up (list this post) I can just attach the folio keyboard cover and start and if I want to simply tap away on the interface then I can.

It’s far more versatile than a laptop, because the keyboard is not attached. Over the course of a day I’ll have up to 3 different keyboards on my iPad depending on the needs I have at the moment. It goes from kitchen safe, to typing machine, to external monitor desktop powerhouse within seconds.

If you missed it, I just shared my iPad setup.