Making an iPad Pro your primary computer and essential accessories

Making an iPad Pro your primary computer and essential accessories

Rasmus Skjoldan, product manager at Magnolia International, has written about replacing his MacBook Pro Retina 13 inch with Apple's iPad Pro. 

The switch is from relying on one main computer accessing many things,  to a much more modular computing setup. The hard disk is no longer what Skjoldan keeps organized and controlled.

Skjoldan added a series of accesories which he says are important to make it all work out. He works from both Copenhagen and Basel — which means his gear also needs to work well while traveling.

For his main iPad Pro protection, Skjoldan uses Case Closed Wool Felt Sleeve in Portrait Grey. 




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