That just doesn't make sense...
Buy the device you need?... What if you need both functions but don't want to pay the Apple Tax / Microsoft Tax twice?
Surely having the exact same device being able to more than it could before is a win for the consumer?
Conversely, purposefully limiting and separating the functionality into discrete compartments is exactly something Apple does to make you buy two devices when one as powerful as a modern iPad Pro should be able to do absolutely everything a laptop can.