Sorry for the depressing title, and while Corona has influenced this conclusion it doesn't have direct causality. Trust, me, I want a one device solution as much as the next TPCRarer. Having less jobs than usual I have also had more time pondering this topic, so let's see if I can make some sense. My normal out-n-around bag contains my iPad Pro (9.7), my Surface Go and my Asus Vivo Tab Note (but used seldom), a BT keyboard that can switch between three devices, my cellphone (used for tethering) and a huge battery pack (mainly to make sure the phone doesn't go down). It takes about two minutes to get everything up and running. Nearby is a Farmer's Market that offers some nice seating, fresh fruit, wind shelter, and soda machines. Mostly I ride my bike with everything insida a big tote bag, sometimes I will shove it in a back pack and walk there. During Corona I decided I wanted to test riding my bike to places further away. I also wanted to see if I could do it all with a "unicorn" solution. Everything in my pockets (@Mesosphere would be proud, shorts with two big cargo pockets), all I took was my Sony Xperia (gen 1), iClever foldable BT keyboard, my phone and a small "lighter" battery pack. For one week. And these are my conclusions. It CAN be done, but it isn't sustainable. But not for the reasons you might suspect. Yes, the 6.something screen is small, but it is functional. Yes, the keyboard is a bit flat and key travel is limited, but it writes. My guesstimation is that typos, and I'm a decent typist, went up around 25 - 30%, annoying, but not a deal breaker. Hunt and peckers probably won't be as affected. At home my setup is four screens, two are QWHD (2k 27") so plenty of real estate. Whenever I need to check something on the Xperia it became time consuming. Granted, it isn't exactly the ultimate portable setup, but even a Samsung Fold would require you to pick it up and switch active window. But that still isn't the reason I pronounce the unicorn dead. I can envision a future device that will have an additional slide out screen on a foldable device making it possible to have three decent size windows open simultaneously. Productivity will be hampered, but it will be hampered in even more ways. The main problem, for the time being, is that Microsoft is too tied in with Intel. The Surface Pro X has become proof that they are unwilling to go all in on portable computing. Thus in the foreseeable future portable devices will remain in the iOS/Android eco system. But Microsoft has switched business model under Nadella (always want to call him Nutella, because he looks so innocent and sweet) and are becoming dependent on the service model. Simply put, they need people to remain in an Office-centric computing environment. Hence, the iOS/Android versions will remain crippled, focused on input, but all major content management will require the Windows environment. So even a future Fold 2 with S-Pen will require you to open a Word document on your Windows computer to add the final required touches, make a thorough spell or grammar check, reformat some columns or whatever is needed. And the same goes for all other Office apps. All the new features will be released to the Windows version, and the portable versions might get some of it, a year or two later. Hence, your productivity will continue to be hampered on your mobile devices. If you have conspiration bias in your personality you might even ponder whether the Neo might have been too good. That it had the potential to free you from your desk. So, no matter how exquisite hardware may appear, Microsoft will make sure that you can't untether from that desk setup you have going. No, you might not need to upgrade it as often as you used to, and your mobile computing will become more and more convenient. You just won't be able to grab that elusive unicorn by its horn and ride it into the sunset of computer freedom.