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It'll browse the web, read PDF and epub, run LibreOffice, VS, email, Corel PaintShop Pro X9 ... everything I've thrown at it.
Gripes after two years? The magnetic keyboard connectors have bent, so I don't use the keyboard any more, and the pen was a waste of space. Oh, and it was too big to comfortably run Android as it felt like a preschool tablet with icons that big!
I'd say the Air will do everything that does, and more.
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They have both made me very happy -- the fact that they're not crippled by phone OSes and their USB ports are pretty big contributors to that.
I can't say enough good about them.
The bad (for the 10.1 inch, which I tend to be less gentle with) is that the screens break bloody easily -- I've had to replace it twice (at a cost of about a tenner, from ebay), because a single (biggish) crack stops touch working altogether.
But if you're not as physically abusive to your gadgets as I am (or if you don't have nightmares about fixing hardware), I'm sure you'll be much happier with it than you would be with an android or apple equivalent.
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