Andy Tu, president of Data Express, a premium reseller of Apple products in Taiwan, states that sales of the iPad Pro tablets were better than expected in the first two weeks since its launch in the local market, which should help boost buying activity for tablet products in the local market. Over 50% of iPad Pro buyers have chosen to use Apple Pencil for their iPad devices and the ratio could have been up to 70% if there were no shortage of the Apple Pencil, Tu added.
More interestingly is the fact that Data Express is appealing to Windows users by allegedly promoting the iPad Pro loaded with Window 10 and Office 365. Did DigiTimes mix up their reports? – More than likely considering that they noted that the iPad Pro also ran OS X. While some would love to own such a beast, I don't think that's in the cards with Apple's CEO thinking that such a mix is a deluded concept.