Okay, this was the thread I was hoping would go up. I have a Dell XPS13 from work, my personal iPad Air 2, SP3 and MacBook Pro. I now use the MacBook Pro pretty much for just photography. I use the SP3 as my "play" Windows machine to do presentations for work, Photoshop and Illustrator learning, etc. I use the iPad Air for some work related items and general consumption of media, etc. The Dell is only used for work email I cannot do on the iPad and any other company specific items that require being on the VPN (remote office user). I should also state I have pledged to go paperless for customer meeting notes, etc. So based on all the information you can see how I have tried to make the SP3 my main daily driver.
The comes the S3. I purchased the S3 under the "excuse" that my daughter starts high school in the fall and it would be her computer to use for school (versus the other 2 MacBooks we have in the house). You can see from the information above I have a problem.
So I get the S3 and now realize I will be buying my daughter another computer later in the summer because I cannot give up the S3 now. The size is perfect for throwing in a padfolio, taking meeting notes, etc. I can even give a presentation from it. As a result, it seems I will be leaving my SP3 in the dock at home and only be used when I am in the office or need to do the heavy lifting requiring the stronger processor. I still am having trouble leaving the iPad behind though since it is still so ingrained with work stuff and so easy to use for consumption. The S3 is working great for light to medium production.
Let's face it, these products are tools and depending on the job will determine what you need and when to use them. I am very fortunate in that I have the ability to own the fleet of technology I currently have. That's right I am an addict. They say the first step to breaking addiction is to admit you have a problem. It should be noted that my wife has affectionately names all my little friends Lolita since they are my mistress.