A laptop and a PC are both very popular and useful devices. They can be used to do lots of fun things, like playing games or watching movies, but they can also be used for schoolwork and other business tasks. It’s important to think about how you plan on using these devices before deciding if one is better than the other.
It depends on your preferences as well as needs. A laptop has less ports than a desktop does, but it’s lighter and more portable, so depending on where you need to use it, this may make it the better choice for you. If you’d rather have all your files stored in one spot and don’t care as much about portability, then a desktop may be better.
The difference in a laptop and a pc is the laptop has a battery, but the pc doesn’t. Laptops are lighter to carry around than pcs because they have less parts inside them. The laptops also have smaller screens that can be easily carried around, while pcs have larger screens that cannot be as easily carried around. Lastly, it’s important to remember both devices require internet access which means you’ll need wifi or an ethernet cable to connect them to your home network.
Laptop or PC
It’s important to think about what you’ll need to use this device for when trying to choose. If you plan on carrying it around with you a lot, then a laptop might be best since they are lighter to carry around due to them not having an internal fan and hard drive that most desktops have. It’s also useful if you want all your files in one spot, like at home or the library because laptops allow for external storage if needed.
Easier to move around & work on multiple surfaces *Comes with touchscreen so this makes portability easier compared to other laptops which do not have touchscreens or are smaller in size Excellent for tasks where internet is available like document editing *These can be used online anywhere no matter what connection (wifi/lte) is available since it’s entirely browser based. If no connection is available, then it can still be used offline on local files/storage.
Less ports or no features external to the devices depending on the laptop. For example, most laptops do not have a DVD drive compared to desktops that do. This can be solved by using an external dvd drive and other accessories like usb and hdmi connections though.Requires wifi to connect to internet which you need ethernet cable or USB modem for if no wifi available
If you’re looking at getting a desktop or laptop, you should consider how productive or enjoyable it will be based on your intended use as well as how easy it will be to carry around when needed.
Using the device for and how portable you need it to be. If you want more features like external storage, then a laptop is probably best since they include those types of ports as well as an internal hard drive whereas desktops do not come with those features as much without adding additional accessories that could increase the cost if wanted.
Plenty of space on your computer due to both large internal HDD & an easy way to add more HDDs if needed *If ordered new, these can be installed before receiving or at factory during first boot up
Large and heavy because it includes both an internal HDD and additional fans *If you don’t want it on the floor, then you could get a laptop which is lighter than desktop. Or if getting a desktop that sits on your desk by default, then you can just leave it there until moved unless weight is an issue.
Loud fans or hard drives can be distracting when working *Most of this is fan noise not actual drive noise since most are very quiet. It would have to be a mechanical drive that makes noise, which these are uncommon in modern desktops. Even then it wouldn’t be that loud compared to your normal daily life noises. You could also add an SSD or upgrade the existing HDD if worried about noise while working though.