Storage options up to a staggering 1 TB is available, but the best feature is perhaps the shift to USB-C, which is becoming the global standard. That means you can only use the second-gen Apple Pencil with this iPad, but it also makes it very easy to find and use accessories.
The screen on the iPad Pro 11 is something very special indeed. It’s quite a bit brighter than the screen on the Air and has all of the improvements you find in that tablet. On top of this, it has a much higher refresh rate, marketed as “ProMotion” technology. This gives the tablet display incredible smoothness and responsiveness. This is one of the biggest user experience improvements I’ve seen on iPad, and it really makes a huge difference. You have to experience ProMotion in person to really understand how well it works. Since, of course, watching a 30 or 60 frames-per-second video won’t tell you anything!
This is also where the iPad cameras begin to become something that you’d actually want to use. With a 4K sensor and the latest Apple camera features, you can record, edit, and publish rather professional-looking content using just this tablet. Another feature I personally can no longer live without is the quad-speaker design of the iPad Pros. With one speaker on each corner, bass and mid-highs each get their own speaker, providing a drastically louder and clearer playback experience. If you like using your iPad as a portable TV, that alone is a major selling point.
If you are serious about using an iPad as your one and only computer, this is one of two models that make it possible. I don’t think this is the best iPad Pro for using the pencil as a serious design tool though – that falls to the bigger brother.