Should you buy a laptop or a desktop ?

  • Ihave a big towering desktop that I can’t carry anywhere and stays in a single room at my home, but I still prefer using it for work and play over a laptop
  • The right desktop can cost less than a laptop, and I can get my work done more quickly and more smoothly than I can with a laptop. 
  • I still have a laptop just in case I need to go mobile, but for anyone who’s finicky about their computer’s performance, there’s nothing better than a big, heavy desktop.

5 reasons I use a desktop

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I won’t give up my desktop computer anytime soon. 
  • I have a big towering desktop that I can’t carry anywhere and stays in a single room at my home, but I still prefer using it for work and play over a laptop
  • The right desktop can cost less than a laptop, and I can get my work done more quickly and more smoothly than I can with a laptop. 
  • I still have a laptop just in case I need to go mobile, but for anyone who’s finicky about their computer’s performance, there’s nothing better than a big, heavy desktop. 

It’s 2020, and I still use a desktop. 

In fact, I actively prefer using a desktop over a laptop.

It sounds ridiculous, but desktops make more sense than a laptop for a lot of people. Usually, those people value performance over portability, or they’d rather not pay for a laptop’s comparatively high price tag.

Sure, powerful laptops out there offer the best of both worlds for those who need power and portability — just hook up a laptop to a monitor if you need a bigger screen and you’re set. Thing is, though, powerful laptops don’t really offer the best of both worlds. They’re often relatively heavy and large, and while they may be powerful, they’re not always as powerful as a desktop with the “same” specs. 

You should buy a desktop. It is much better.

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