A MacBook, iPad, Apple Watch, and iPhone all cover the 4 major device formats (laptop, tablet, watch, phone), and with Handoff and other Apple continuity features, all 4 devices can communicate and pick-up information from each other. If someone calls my phone, I can receive the call on any of the other 3 devices. If I want to use my iPad as a secondary screen to my Macbook, I can. I can control music playback on my phone from my watch. Basically, Continuity is quite nice I would like to eventually go back to Google's ecosystem though, but I'm unsure if they have anything like Apple's Continuity: For the watch, apparently there's a Pixel watch that will come out in the future I'm unsure how well Android phones communicate with Chromebooks Not aware of Google doing anything with tablets since Nexus (presumably they replaced tablets with Chromebooks?) Samsung mobile devices I've generally disliked in the past (bloated mess when it comes to themes and forcing social network apps that can't be removed even on flagships), but I wonder how they are nowadays? They have the phone, tablet, and watch platforms (not sure on continuity), but I thought they were on their own OS (not Android; Tizen?), so presumably it wouldn't "talk" too well to Chromebooks or Android devices in-general? I'm generally wondering if any vendor can compare to Apple's Continuity nowadays? I may be able to do without the tablet.