Hmmm, quite a few things I guess.
Pixel Watch: My Fitbit died about a month ago, and I was trying to hold out for the Pixel Watch, but when it got down to what I really wanted and thought I would use, I just got a new Fitbit Charge 5. Much cheaper.
Nova Boox Air C: I mostly do audio books and paper books, but mainly because I don’t like reading on my phone or my iPad, so I think I might actually use this more. But I also want it as a portable sketchbook. Since I “upgraded” to a Pixel 6 and lost a pen on my phone, my only pen device is my 12.9 IPP and it’s not fun to carry around everywhere. But, the Boox is pretty pricey just for a sketchbook. I could carry around pen and paper for a lot cheaper.
Mac Mini: This is probably the most ridiculous on this list. I have a MBP that works just fine. I only ever keep it docked at my desk though, and it’s got a big footprint, even having it on a stand that reduces that a bit. I also don’t like that I have to have a stupid dongle attached for my monitor, keyboard, mouse, etc. The Mac Mini would greatly declutter my desk. But for close to 1k for the version with 16gb ram, it’s really not worth it just for a little more space and no dongle.
M1 IPP 11 (or M2 when they’re released): I bought the 2020 12.9 IPP when they were released about a month before I was laid off from my job due to the pandemic. At the time, I was going to try use it as my only device at home, for writing, drawing, web browsing, watching occasional videos, etc. I didn’t need anything more than those 4 things, so it was going to be perfect for that. But then when I was laid off, I switched careers to become a software developer, and the IPP definitely can’t do that. So now I don’t need the IPP to be my everything device, I can still use it for all the above mentioned reasons, but it can be much lighter, and I think a smaller screen and more portability would be nice. Especially when I’m traveling and don’t want to carry both my laptop and my IPP with magic keyboard. Combined they’re quite heavy. So I keep waffling about selling my current setup and getting the IPP 11 with a magic keyboard. I’m on the fence because I don’t know how much I’ll miss that larger size for art, versus how much I’ll like the portability for art anywhere. I also like typing on the 12.9 magic keyboard, but not sure on how the 11 will feel. This is also where the Nova Boox, or even an iPad Mini would be a decent alternative. Keep the larger one for home, and have a second device for travel. But that just feels too bougie.
Edit: Forgot to mention the last one
Wacom Touch Display: I forgot what their actual name is, but I have a 27" monitor right now, would love a second one that is a Wacom touch that I can use for art at my desk. That would make trading the 12.9 IPP for an 11" an easy choice, but those Wacom displays are very pricey and I just can’t justify one for the amount of art I currently do. It’s just a hobby for me, not a profession. But in a perfect world, I guess I would have the IPP 11 (m2), Wacom Display, connected to a Mac Mini. The IPP 11 might even be good enough as an eReader to not need the Nova Boox.