I use a laptop most of the time, but a tablet when I am in bed or away from home usually. I have a desktop PC but since I moved I haven't even unpacked it.
Laptop computer or my cellphone then. I transfer it to my laptop
I mostly use a laptop, but sometimes, my iPhone and every once in awhile, my notebook.
I'd love to do both but I have an old laptop and it would require getting 365 and using a cloud, which isn't a bad idea. It just takes the time to figure out if I need a new laptop or just a system upgrade.
I do use my handheld device for tweeting, FB and such. I still need to figure out how to use the laptop away from my desktop that is my main station.
I mostly use the desktop computer. I like sitting at the computer in a chair and work. Rarely laptop when desktop gives a problem. I, sometimes, use my mobile phone also for viewing youtube or commenting on articles.
I mostly use the desktop, although sometimes I use laptop and my cellphone too.
I just have an old Packard Bell laptop (that I've used to write seven 690pp MSS and over 350 Hub Pages). It's past its sell-by date, still on Windows Basic but works all the same.
Got the dosh, though, to buy a replacement when I get a round tuit (still as rare as hens' teeth). Meanwhile this does the job (the only tablets I've got anything to do with are on prescription, and I don't wear combinations).
I use everything, laptops, desktops, tablets, and believe it or not, Fountain Pens with very nice paper. I do a lot of writing by longhand and then type it into the computer.
Clearly a very civilised man. Note to self - buy a fountain pen. But it must draw ink from a bottle, not a cartridge.
I also used to do that way 2 years ago. But, I write very very slowly holding my right hand with the support of left as my thumb and pointer have become weak many many years ago. So, I feel typing straight easier as it does not require the hold.
Lying in bed with an early morning cup of tea,catching the news and replying to this question on my iPad (Love it!) Later I will be tapping mon my slowly dying windows 7 laptop (hopefully to be replaced with an Apple Mac when my ship comes in).
I use a desktop everyday. It is in a office / study environment overlooking a garden seen through the window in front of the desk. I have an older laptop that pokes along like a snail on the internet, so do not use it.
Laptop at at home, desktop at home, and phone in the bed
The computer... I use my cell phone. I consider my cell phone, a tiny computer.
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