Laptop vs All In One
- Battery to be able to operate w/o power source for a short period
- Highly Customizable
- Portability added into price
- Run very warm; easy to overheat
- very difficult to repair
Laptops are a great option as a computer for those users who need a mobile workstation because he or she is on the road or unable to sit at a desk for extended periods of time. A laptop allows the ability to move anywhere with relative ease, and still be able to use a computer.
A laptop, however, may not be the best option for a user who is simply looking for a space saver compared to the original barebone desktop computer kits (the traditional style desktop). If you are simply looking for a way to save space from the old home computer, then an All In One computer may be the better choice for you.
All In One
- more price goes into the system as opposed to price going into size
- touchscreen options available
- capable of almost pure wireless system
- not highly portable
- no internal battery
- one thing goes wrong possibility of entire system not working
A better option to use as a home computer, for the space conscious user is the All In One PC. The great thing about All In Ones (AIO) is that they can offer the user a very similar wireless experience when compared to the laptop.
An AIO PC consists of the monitor, and CPU within a single casing. The screens on the AIO tend to be larger than most laptops which makes reading easier to do with a larger screen, simply because font size determines the size printed out on a sheet of paper, it does not necessarily determine the size of the font on the screen of your computer.
AIO may be a better choice for a home computer than a laptop for some because you can typically get more out of your system for the same price. When paying for a laptop there is a price factor for the portability and size for the computer. When paying for an AIO there is only a size factor added into the price because an AIO is not as easily portable as the laptop and has no internal battery.
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