Apple does not actually sell a laptop. Uh, notebooks? John Brandon says iPad Pro may be all anyone needs (unless budget is an issue):
Do you really need a laptop anymore? The answer depends greatly on how you use it on a daily basis.
Next year, Adobe plans to release a fully functional version of Adobe Photoshop for the iPad, which means I won’t need a laptop for any of my daily tasks when I’m away from the office. I’ll have everything I need on the iPad, including Google Docs, mobile games, Skype, the Chrome browser, a photo editor, and an easy way to take notes.
iPad Pro with Apple’s expensive Smart Keyboard Folio might be the most mobile and capable notebook you can buy for under $2,300.
Is iPad a notebook?