Laptop by far for the portability and ease of access. I just mentioned to my husband yesterday about how I miss my laptop
I just really love my desktop. Maybe because it is a much faster and a better comp. than my Laptop?
I prefer my laptop at home because the distance to the screen means I focus better. Working on the desktop leads to blurry vision quite quickly.
Before having my laptop, I wanted to have a laptop badly. But now I think, I like desktop more.
a laptop is preferable if you travel a lot. They are a lot more handy than desktops. they use less energy but they do not perform as well as desktops. They also tend to die after 2+ years.
Since, I travel a lot, I'd rather have a laptop.
I have a desktop but I wish I had gotten a laptop in a way. I like the fact that you can take a laptop with you wherever you go.
I love laptops and that you can take it anyway,but they last about four years or so and then you have to get another one. I believe having a desktop, lasts longer than 4 years, for me it did. So I would have to choose desktop.
Both --- I can like both, right?
Daily use I have my workstation and servers
On the road and in the field, small tablet or netbook.
own a laptop, you can use it as a desktop too either by attaching an external monitor or just plugging in a mouse and a keyboard
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