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College Shopping Desktop Vs. Laptop Debate

Deciding which type of computer is best for you in college requires some thought. Consider the pros and cons of lap tops and desktop computers before you make your final decision.

Laptop computers are lightweight, versatile and relatively inexpensive. You can easily carry them from your dorm room or apartment to your college classes.  They are a terrific note taking tool to have with you. You can either use the keyboard to type out the notes from a lecture or use the microphone to tape the lecture. You can take your laptop with you to any study group sessions you might have scheduled. You can also take your laptop into bed with you while you are relaxing in your twin xl bed sheets. Your laptop will enable you to organize your academic calendar, lecture notes, assignments and essay papers and to keep them all in one location.

Unfortunately, your laptop can also be easily damaged or stolen. Traveling with your computer can lead to more situations where your device might fall and break. If you accidentally leave your computer in class or at the library, it will probably be difficult to get it back. If you have not protected your system, anyone can easily get into your personal information. Having a computer in class can also be somewhat distracting. You will have to keep yourself focused and refrain from using your social media accounts while you are attempting to take notes.

Desktop computers can offer more memory and power than a lot of laptop devices. You can a variety of monitor sizes to go with your desktop computer. Larger screens can reduce strain on your eyes, particularly if you are using your computer a great deal for research. The fact that a desktop computer is not portable makes the chances of them being stolen much less.

Desktops may be terrific for using at home but they are not built to be transported to your classes. They also can't be taken with you on any trips you might take home during the school year.  Most of these devices require a large amount of the limited desk space you probably have in your dorm room or apartment.


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