The laptop or the desktop?
These days, there is no shortage of options when it comes to choosing a computer. Between desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones, there seems to be a computing device for all types of people in all situations.
Those looking for a traditional computer have two main options -- desktops and laptops. Both have become staples in consumer and business sectors, so it can often be a difficult choice to make for those in the market for a new computer.
In an age when people take their computers almost everywhere, the laptop seems like the obvious choice. Highly portable and without a surplus of wires and attachments, the laptop is a perfect device for someone who needs to be productive on the go.
The desktop is a reliable standby, but those who haven't bought one in the last decade or so will notice that all-in-one systems have taken the market by storm. Like laptops, all-in-one computers are fairly orderly, lacking many of the wires of older desktops. The portability of the laptop is absent, but what the all-in-one PC is missing here, it often makes up for in processing power.
The decision will ultimately depend on the user's situation. But with the wide selection of computers now available, any prospective shopper should be able to find what he or she is looking for.