It’s clear from recent sales figures that desktops sales as a proportion of laptop sales is continuing to fall into 2010.There can be no doubt that laptops do possess a lot of advantages over desktop towers, but it is not all one-way.Laptops are more portable than desktops, which is far more convenient,, especially for students who want to use their laptops in the library.In addition laptops have benefits in terms of connectivity.Now most public places have Wi-fi connections, it is often far more straightforward to get online with laptops than with desktops in a variety of locations.
Added to the above, laptops are considerably more power efficient than desktops.Laptops are typically powered off between 65-90w whereas desktops are powered off between 200-800w.Therefore environmentalists will be attracted to laptops for this reason (but may be put off laptops due to the much publicised electrical waste laptops create).
However, our review doesn’t provide laptops with a complete clean bill of health.It is not as easy to upgrade a laptop with better specifications after the event as it is with a desktop.Laptops durability is not as good as that provided desktops.Laptops are also more of a security risk which is of consideration for students going off to university where security is a real consideration, however this can be countered by the purchase of a laptop lock.Lastly, but not least, laptops have been accused of possessing poor ergonomic features which contribute to repetitive strain injury and some commentators have even suggested that for men using a laptop on their laptop lowers their sperm count!
Laptop Power UK support people looking to repair their own laptops, and contribute to helping customers repair their laptops at a competitive price.Laptops are set to increase further in popularity, but it is important that customers are aware of the negative features of laptop as well as the positive.That said, it seems nothing will stop the advance of the laptop over the next five years.
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