I agree with Mike.
The Wireless Pro can be taken on airplanes as part of carryons.
Rather than treat it as a laptop, I treat it as an external hard drive.
Note that laptops typically have to be pulled from the bag and scanned independently. Increasingly, that requirement is stretching to tablets. Frankly, I don’t think most screeners would know what to make of a device like a wireless passport.
When in the seat, USING the devices is another question. In coach class. . .there simply isn’t room to fool with a device as large as the wireless pro AND a tablet AND whatever else you have. I have a two-prong solution: Tablet with lots of memory (my old iPad was replaced with an Android device that has a removable memory card. . . .this translates to much more memory capacity for less money - - -> note that swapping microSD cards on a plane would not be recommended). and a sandisk connect. The connect is USB flash sized, so it fits in a shirt pocket.