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You are the only one who can say if a laptop would be a better choice for you based on how you want to use your computer. The only clear advantages of a laptop are mobility and less desk space. If
To get a more powerful laptop (higher speed, better graphics, more storage space, etc.), the price can be considerably higher, ranging up to $1500 or more, depending on the brand. Portability Desktops are large in size and have a separate monitor.
Your classic desktop computer, including monitor and keyboard, weighs about 25 pounds. If you regularly want access to the contents of your computer whether at home, office or on the road, the portability of a laptop is an important criterion.
If you need the mobility, a laptop makes sense. We have laptops throughout our firm, however many users complain how heavy the laptop can be. A desktop will give you a better value for horsepower, and will be easier to expand/upgrade. March 2nd, 2015, 06:27 PM #3
There's no way to get all of the advantages of a desktop and laptop without buying two computers. You simply can't slide next year's most powerful graphics card into a PC that could count as
Mac vs PC comparison with a test. A PC or a Mac, which should I get? Will I buy a new Macbook or Windows laptop? Which is best for me? Similar question, which operating system is better: Windows vs Os.