Because of our technological advances these days, people are faced with an endless list of possible options when buying a PC. If you choose between a laptop and a desktop, you can definitely use this article.
* Less likely to be stolen or lost. Desktop computers are quite impractical to wear. Thieves tend to steal portable devices such as tablets or laptops.
* Easier to update or repair. It is always easier to add or remove components from a desktop, which makes it very flexible. Components can be replaced if they are defective.
* More durable … Generally, desktops last longer than laptops.
* Less expensive. There are many affordable laptops these days, but looking at the specs doesn't usually match the speed and storage size of a full desktop. There are some really good laptops that already have dual-core laptops, and the storage is at least 320 GB, but they're far from cheap.
* The screen resolution of the available monitors for desktops is higher and far better than most portable devices. A high resolution screen can consume a lot of electricity. For most portable computers, it is not ideal to have high-resolution screens, as this can easily drain the battery.
* Available in various shapes and sizes, with some of the latest models being very elegant.
* Excellent for those who are serious about their game – can add many tweaks, including increased performance, excellent graphics cards, and sound cards.
* Not portable. You can't carry it around with you.
* Completely dependent on electricity. If there is a power failure, you can only use it if you have an alternative power source such as a UPS or a power generator …
* Not as stylish and trendy as laptops and tablets.
Although laptops still don't question all the advantages of a desktop computer, the gap will continue to narrow, and a laptop is the way to go for mobile workers. Whether a laptop can replace a desktop depends on the type of work you do.
* The biggest advantage is portability. It can be carried around easily, making it perfect for those on the go. Also excellent for working on the couch, kitchen bench, café, etc.
* Powered by rechargeable batteries. You can also use it in the event of a power failure.
* Stylish and trendy. They look more attractive compared to desktops. They come in different styles and colors.
* Available in all shapes and sizes … and now in colors so your laptop can be a reflection of your personality.
* Compact design. A laptop saves space. Unlike a full desktop, it doesn't take up much space.
* Can attach external screens, mouse, keyboard, speakers, etc., whatever you want.
* Higher risk of being stolen. Compared to a full desktop, laptops are more prone to theft. Countless laptops are stolen every day, so be careful.
* Although a desktop computer is unlikely to fall off a desk, this does not apply to a laptop that is at risk of accidentally falling.
* The limited battery life and the battery life deteriorate after prolonged use.
* Not easy to update or repair. Laptops have components that have been specially adapted for a specific device. If one of the components is damaged, you may need to replace the entire laptop.
* The screen resolution may not be of high quality. For high-end graphics work, the LCD screen and the graphics technology of a laptop are no alternative to the better color representation of a large CRT monitor and a dedicated graphics card.
* Some people find that the keyboard is not as comfortable and functional as a full keyboard that comes with a desktop PC.
As you could see, desktops and laptops have their own advantages and disadvantages and in reality are very similar in many ways to the average user in their abilities. The choice between them depends on which points are more important to you and which purpose the computer serves you.