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|24 Oct 2010||#5|
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I prefer desktops. They are much faster, quicker hard drives and far more upgradable. While I like having a laptop around, you pretty much have to buy those retail so you don't have much ability to really customize them. So, while I own a laptop....it's just another computer. My Desktop on the other hand is my creation and it's exactly what I want.
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|24 Oct 2010||#8|
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Should be a choice to choose both as the have very different piratical applications.
I prefer my Desktop but can't take it with me on a plane or anywhere else I would go and want to use a computer.
I'm aware you can use a smart phone although I don't own one but.
last year I snuck out of California and went to Texas to help my brother get his construction business setup after Hurricane Ike.
This included all his office computers and he designed a stand for his laptop to be installed in his truck to sit his laptop on and by using a converter plugged into his lighter socket I showed him how he could use it to get into the office systems using Go to my PC and a Verizon air card to actually create estimates.
Since the converter had 2 plug in sockets and a cooling fan he could also hook up a small printer and print out documents that either he created or where created at the office.
But definitely the Desktop as I often find myself frustrated waiting for the laptop to boot up or load pages, the one I have (old HP DV4000) and even my Mom's Gateway with Vista are just to slow for my taste.
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