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I'll be starting school in the summer and I'm trying to figure out what device to use for notes/studying.. I currently have an older macbook air, but am trying to decide if I should get an iPad Pro or Air to supplement it or go all new and get a Surface Pro?? Or just get a newer macbook? Any advice?? Do many people use tablets or are laptops better?

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If you're a happy Mac person, DO NOT go with a Windows device.  Personally, I'm quite partial to a full featured MacBook Pro, but doodling on drawings has always been something analog for me, never digital. I do have and use iPads, but never did in the context of taking notes in PA school

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Accepted but not a PA-S yet.

I decided to attempt the tablet style note taking a few semesters ago. I was lucky enough to borrow an iPad Pro and apple pencils while I was in biochemistry. I was able to download all the powerpoints into one note and wrote and highlite on the slides and write down equations and examples. I loved it and it sold me on the concept. I’ll be grabbing an iPad Pro before I start the program.
Also I’m deeply invested in the iEcosystem so Apple is my only feasible option.

Not quite what you are after, but it’s my plan.


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