The iPad Pro is only available in two storage capacities: 128 gigs and 32. I have to imagine that the lesser is there for enterprise (ie, “bulk”) purchasers because even after 48 hours with this thing, it’s clear that the $150 it costs to max it out is the cheapest $150 I’ve ever spent.
Here’s what I have on it:
- 5 feature films, in 1080 HD;
- 6 hours of TV, also in 1080 HD;
- 4 episodes of TV in SD;
- A 2’40” feature movie, in SD;
- 65 comic books, in CBZ/CBR format;
- 35 Comixology HD comics (some graphic novel-length);
- 2 Kindle books;
- About 1000 photos;
- 2874 tracks of music;
…And I still have about 19 gigbytes free, for future apps and documents.
I don’t need all of this stuff. I could get by with 32 gigs of storage if I carefully picked and chose what content I loaded up, after thoughtful consideration of how I’d be using this device over the coming few days, and then, once or twice a week, adding or removing content as needed.
But what fun is is that? For $150, I can just put everything on it, and always have something right at hand.