Apple’s LiDAR-Equipped iPad Pro Is More Powerful Than A Desktop PC

Originally, tablets were conceptualized to revolutionize mobile computing by getting rid of the clunky accessories that once tethered you to the office/home desk. But, over the years, these media-focused peripherals have gradually retraced the steps of their less-adaptable counterparts to become more intuitive and powerful for on-the-go work. Now, Apple’s most recent iPad Pro model has embraced that ideology wholeheartedly.

The 2020 Apple iPad Pro arrives as an all-new experience for users who are looking to take their editorial/creative workflow to the next level, thanks to the company’s new trackpad-savvy iPadOS 13.4 support and magic keyboard — both of which optimize the platform for on-the-go productivity. A powerful new A12Z Bionic chip and depth-acute LiDAR Scanner bring even more capabilities to the versatile device, making it faster and more efficient than a handful of modern desktops for computing and processing workloads. Pair this with improved augmented reality motion sensors, a 10-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a 120Hz liquid Retina display, and you’ve got a vastly-improved handheld system that can take on the role of a workstation no matter where, or when you need it. Head to Apple’s website to pick up the new iPad Pro for $799 and up.

Purchase: $799+