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Desktop, Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone, what do you prefer?

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  1. Brem Brem

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    When it comes to surfing the web, what do you prefer to do it on? Is it a desktop PC, laptop, tablet, smartphone, or other? 

     

    Personally I use both a laptop and a desktop. I mostly work on my laptop and on my desktop, which I don't use often, is just an extra device I use to surf the web once in a while. I want to get a smartphone one of these days, so I can do some work on the go, but I never bothered to pick one up for some reason. 

     

    Anyways, vote away. 

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  2. NRodman NRodman

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    I use my laptop most of the time, but I do own a desktop, but my girlfriend mostly uses that one. We tend to game on both, I prefer being mobile, so I always go with laptops.

     

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  3. SuperZeo SuperZeo

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    I have a tablet just for browsing purposes, if I'm reading links I get from Twitter and Facebook or just simply researching a subject. It's more comfortable for me to read it from the couch or my bed rather than sit at my desk for that long.

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  4. shadowbro8 shadowbro8

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    desktop

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  5. Losttreasures78 Losttreasures78

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    I use desktop mostly with occasionally my phone.  I hate laptops lol.

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  6. whysprs whysprs

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    Im almost always on either my tablet or smartphone.. Both running android.. But its lacking doing graphic design. So i am on the pc at times too, mostly to do artwork... Touch screen is also the reason i miss type at times too

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  7. kube00 kube00

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    Desktop or smart phone


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  8. ArthurSataine ArthurSataine

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    When it comes to gaming that isn't on consoles, it is always desktop. Everything else computationaly relevant will always be preferred on desktops by me as well. I prefer larger screens and no smart phone or tablet will ever sate that desire. Laptops just aren't nearly as comfortable as a desktop setup. So they are ruled out as well. 

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  9. Brem Brem

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    Quote by ArthurSataine


    When it comes to gaming that isn't on consoles, it is always desktop. Everything else computationaly relevant will always be preferred on desktops by me as well. I prefer larger screens and no smart phone or tablet will ever sate that desire. Laptops just aren't nearly as comfortable as a desktop setup. So they are ruled out as well. 



     


    Yeah I agree. I'm not a big fan of using smart phones/tablets for gaming. 


     


    Anyways, ever since I got a laptop a few months back, I really enjoy it, but I still prefer desktops becuase it's just easier to upgrade, fix and so on. 

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  10. Leslie Leslie

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    Yeah I have to say the desktop pc. I've always preferred destop over eveyrthing else, because there's more to them than laptops and other devices. I love being able to upgrade with a destkop. Laptops are tricky and to upgrade a phone you usually need to buy a whole new one.

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