Desktop Computers Vs Laptop Computers – Which one is better?

As geeks correctly predicted in the late seventies, computers have become indispensable pieces of equipment in everybody’s lives. Computers enabled people to share photos and videos in a manner that would have been mind boggling decades earlier. However, in this world where information is at their fingertips, people still encounter a little bit of difficulty in choosing which type of computer is the best for them. Desktop computers claim to have functionalities that can never be rivaled, while laptop computers assert that they have desktop power and the advantage of being mobile. So between desktops and laptop computers, which one is better?

The laptop definitely has its benefits over the desktop computer, but there are also some drawbacks to having a laptop. For instance if you use the laptop for long period of time without a break, the bottom of the laptop can get uncomfortably hot on your legs.

If money is tight, yet a computer is an absolute necessity, it may be wise to thoroughly research the topic. Only when you understand the major differences between cheap desktop computers and inexpensive laptops, will you be able to make an informed decision.

While we are talking about price, the price difference between a Netbook and some of the less expensive laptops is not that much. It may be worth taking some time to shop around and compare prices on some laptops and some Netbooks to see which is the better deal for you.

If you shop around, make a note of the features of the laptops and Netbooks, including; price, CPU speed, Ram memory installed, version of Windows, screen size, keyboard size, and typical battery run time. If you can try a demo laptop and a demo Netbook, it will give you a better feel for the overall differences.

If you decide a NETbook is the right portable computer for you, you will have a lightweight, ultra portable computer that does exactly what you need. And at a good price.

Computers come in many shapes, sizes, colors and brands. Some are very expensive, while others are more affordable. The two main categories are desktops and laptops. The first one is stationary, while laptops are smaller, lightweight and can be taken along.

If money is tight, yet a computer is an absolute necessity, it may be wise to thoroughly research the topic. Only when you understand the major differences between cheap desktop computers and inexpensive laptops, will you be able to make an informed decision.

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