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Hey! I'm planning to begin my Law degree this year (probably KCL, yet still waiting for my dream university of Glasgow to reach out). And as for the studies to begin, I am thinking whether to get a Macbook Air 2019 or an Ipad Pro. Anyone from the law courses could help me out what would be better? I know there may be a lot of essays to write, thus Macbook would probably be better for this thing, yet I am unsure how it looks like with the notes during lectures, for which Ipad may be more convenient. I would be grateful for any answer!
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I'm not a law student but there's a youtube called Elena Handtrack who uses an Ipad so you could see how she studies with that (she also has an computer)
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I say get the MacBook. iPad is great, but only get it if you have a working laptop already you'll be using alongside it - doesn't need to be apple.
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