Comparison: Laptop Versus Desktop

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The blazing comparison of laptop and desktop has been lingering around for some time, with some questionably aspects to weigh against. Although there is a seemingly increase in the sales of laptop, some IT lovers are still adhering to their love for desktop, with several supportive claims. The elevation seen in the interests of laptops are possibly due to the mobility factor; laptops can be utilized everywhere such as eateries, libraries, cafes, and can be carried along during travels within the plane, train or bus.   The contradiction of desktop and laptop is apparently defined in the names itself. Desktop implies the restricted need of desk while laptop can be used anywhere, even on your lap. This is because desktop comes in separate pieces of monitor, CPU and keyboard while the laptop is a compact integrated model of a desktop. Thus from there, the size and weight have their differences. The desktop weighs heavier and is of larger size while the laptop is much lighter and convenient to carry around.   Some people are aware of the comparison of laptop and desktop while others may be too enthralled with the benefits a laptop may offer. Although portable, laptop will have you carrying along with other accessories such as the power charger, USB mouse, a cooler pad and other needy items, probably all stuffed into a carrier bag. At average, a laptop, including its accessories may weigh up to 6kg, certainly a figure way lower than a desktop's weight. But if you do intend to carry your computer around, the desktop is of better usage.   Due to the increased significance of a computer, almost every house stores one. Some even own both the desktop and laptop for convenience. But for safety purposes, the desktop wins an extra point because it is definitely easier to steal a laptop than moving the entire desktop. Laptop, despite having the advantage of carrying around, leads to the risk of leaving behind absentmindedly or being stolen without realizing it. Mobility, though a convenience, could turn out to be an awful disadvantage.

 

 

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This article was published on 2010/12/29