I just find fanbois obnoxious and in need of a good knee-capping under all circumstances. Now that I'm primarily (98%) a Windows and Android user and thus need primarily Windows information I'm absolutely amazed at the level of reality distortion that goes on in the Microsoft fanbois. Or, the need to shore up their ego by trying to climb over Apple--even if they're completely ignoring the facts.
In terms of overall obnoxiousness and delerium I'm still convinced that Linux takes the cake. Its fanbois win, hands down in the delusion category. Microsoft is a close second in the realm of crazies. When set beside Apple's fanbois Apple's are downright mild. Android, haven't really paid attention to the Android world so can't really comment but there too it seems like everything is relative to Apple. I guess it makes sense. Apple is now in control of the world's most profitable OS so people feel the need to measure their worth against it (Disclosure: I am not inclined to add to Apple's bottom line and haven't purchased even a used Apple device for myself in over a decade... not because I dislike Apple but because Windows is now "good enough").
Why do I find fanbois deserving of unreserved scorn? Because they make it hard to make informed decisions. WindowsCentral has evolved into a reasonably useful tool for me, but, a large percentage of articles are useless because they're designed to knock Apple or to uncritically promote Microsoft's wares. I don't want marketing nonsense. What I want is the straight up facts without idiocy.
Windows 10 is great OS. It is stable. It runs on a stunning array of devices. It's the only desktop OS that's even bothered to try touch. But, please, please, please don't pretend like it's any good on touch. Or, that its interface is great--it's not and has a lot of really amateurish beta touches. I am constantly reminded of how amateurish it is when I try to use it on my plethora of touch devices.
As for the pen, yes, I can see that being a useful feature (to be honest, I don't really like it much... I've even spent some time on Lenovo's high end tablet with a pen... it's smooth but the software just isn't there to make it sing). But, please don't pretend like Microsoft is in Apple's league yet. Microsoft has come a long way, but, it's still got a long way to go.
Disclosure: I will never buy an iPad Pro. I have no need for the pen, though, I might buy a Surface Pro-like device some day (I'll never spend that kind of money on a tablet). I might someday invest in an iPad of some description for other reasons. The few times I've used an iPad I've been impressed by the smoothness of the experience. The other reality is that the app ecosystem is so incredibly mature in iOS compared to what's offered in Windows 10 app store, and, what never ceases to amaze is how seamless Apple makes the experience of moving from one iOS device to another. In time I'm sure Windows Store will improve, but, for now, if you hear someone say that Windows 10 is a good touch OS (as this article pretends) you can bet your dollars to doughnuts that they're a fanboi.