It depends on your needs. If you love to travel and still connected to the Internet you should buy a laptop than PC.
I agree with Stynx, also if you're a college student, you'll find a laptop better suited for daily use!
I vote for laptop! It has all benefits in compearance with PC: small size, portable and more integrated features, all in one.
I have both - if on the move, have to use my laptop, but when at home prefers my desktop PC, somehow, more used to the bigger keyboard - maybe because my fingers are abit big and make more mistakes using a laptop keyboard.
I would prefer laptop since it is portable and can be bring and use anywhere you want.
I go for laptop, best for business since you can carry it anywhere you wish.
I would go with laptop because it is easy to carry any where. If you think about cost than you should consider PC.
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