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.
by William Benner 4 years ago
Do you use PC or Mac, laptop or desktop computer to write?
by loveofnight 5 weeks ago
What is the difference between a laptop, iPad, Notebook and Tablet or are they all the same?At face value they appear to be the same, just in different packaging.
by Ashish Joshi 6 years ago
Hp or Dell....Which is the better laptop to buy?I don't intend to use it much for gaming...just for academic purposes, like presentations, seminars, lectures and all.And also for browsing net.
by ngureco 9 days ago
What’s The Difference between a Laptop and Notebook Computer?
by london_guide 8 years ago
Why should I buy an Ipad? Give me some review
by Marianne Sherret 4 years ago
Should I buy a mac rather than a pc laptop, even though a mac is more expensive?I need a new computer. My boyfriend keeps telling me that Apple computers are far more reliable, faster and better than any PC, but they are a couple of hundred pounds more expensive. Is it worth it?
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