15.6" and 13.3" Tablets with keyboard dock and Wacom digitizer
Will replace my ageing Windows 8 laptop, provide a much more pleasant working experience. Windows is just an ugly mess of legacy features and interfaces.
W8 apps are few and terrible, but an Android laptop could finally bring apps to the desktop.
Adobe CS alternatives
The only reason I need my laptop is to use Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Lightroom. I need to be able to create visually pleasing pdfs, not just a pdf.
Google seems to be on the way to creating an alternative to CS; Quick Office, Snapseed, and soon there’ll be a VSCO app. There’s also the PS Touch app and Sketchbook Pro and Sketchbook Ink, though all of these apps need to be greatly improved.
Proper desktop view
We need to be able to tell that the formatting is correct when writing an email using the Gmail app or other apps. The full web experience needs to be offered, not a simplified mobile version. For example, both the Tumblr app and Tumblr mobile web view is far too simplified to be usable. I need to go to my laptop to properly format posts.
Samsung-style multiwindow feature
I have a Note 8.0 and the multiwindow interface is a blessing. It makes it so much better for work purposes; without multiwindow you need a notepad or a second device to take notes while jumping between apps.
I’m ready to leave Windows for Android once these things are fixed. The only thing I’ll miss is Planescape Torment.
My ideal setup would be a 4-5" phone, Note 8.0 and a ~13" convertible, and be able to do the same work and note-taking on all of them.