Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by PinkyX, Apr 21, 2011.
So, laptop or desktop?
Laptops for work, desktop for games.
if you plan on running any marketing software or making videos, you can get a lot more bang for your money with a desktop
but if you want to be on the move, obviously you need a laptop
also, if you get a laptop, get a bigger monitor to run dual screens when youre at home
I have both and sometimes its nice to move around the house or lie on the floor or the couch while I'm working, but I feel like I accomplish more when I'm sitting in front of my desktop
I personally prefer my laptop. I can do this on the move, on my bed or wherever I want. Plus if you got enough money you can get a very good laptop. Depends on how much you wanna spend. If you have the money I'd go with a good laptop, if not desktop will give you more bang for your buck.
Laptop with a 250gb solid state HD and a desktop configured with raid with dual 22 inch LCD montiors
Not enough, Need more Want more lol
I would take a laptop, 8gb+ ram 500gb Flash drive, Led Screen and im good to go
Easier to evade the FBI with a laptop.
Laptop if you don't have space. Desktop if you have the room.
Desktop gives Multiple times the power for the money. ALSO cheaper to add to.
A system with tons of open slots, ports, bays, external and internal. Mmmmmm
Laptop for when im at work, My i7 920 at 4ghz with my SSd and 2x24"dell monitors for when Im home working and watching football(soccer) on the other.
both work well
Desktop more power more focus
laptop relaxation and good for changing place otherwise will be bored to sit at one place every time in front of you desktop.
unless gaming is involved (for me it isn't), laptop with an external monitor + vps for "dedicated" activity (bots, etc.)
Laptop and a PS3
I use a laptop for my schoolwork/normal web design and other work. Dual monitors connected to it for when I'm sitting at my desk. Run all my programs on a VPS.
Depends entirely. I have a decent PC with HD graphics card connected to my 32 inch TV. I use that at home, for browsing, multimedia, just about everything.
I use my laptop for when I'm away from home, and running software overnight. (With USB cooler fan).
Desktop if you want to do website design etc! I recently changed from my desktop's 21" screen to a 14" laptop and my dreamweaver's screen almost literally shrank in half! It makes you have to minimize a lot of stuff so you can view the same picture.
Laptop if you are on the move alot or require it for work. Desktop if not. Allthough i would say since i got rid of my Desktop and bought a good laptop i prefer it aloooot more, when im at home i just hook it upto my monitor and its just like working on a desktop.
desktop without a doubt, well for me anyway. If you need to travel & work then obviously go for a laptop.
Laptop if you love being mobile and desktop if you love being stuck at home all day
Depends really, if you are a busy man and will travel a lot, then laptop, if not, desktop.
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