I have a laptop which i use every day (usually left on) are there any downsides towards using it as much as i would a normal computer?
how many of yous have laptops?
my specs: 15inch, Intel core 2 duo (2.0ghz), 4gb ram, 250gb Hdrive
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Yeah, I have because I’m always on the move, and I need my computer
no, i think there are no real downsides it, but if u like to watch movies, i would prefer desktop becasue it has a much bigger screen but other that that, there are no downsides.
laptops are inevitably going to lose you money!
Buy whatever you want but please turn it off in the end of the day.If all the world’s 1 billion PC’s were powered down for just one night – it would save enough energy to light up New York City’s Empire State Building – inside and out – for more than 30 years!!!!!!!!!! Show a little care for our planet.
No Way! I use the laptop just for the office. My desktop is at home and serves for all my gaming!
U can use it long but due to overheating and all if u do not have a cooler under it then it’ll spoil fast.
I would suggest a desktop though cuz u can get a big cooler and put it into it ^^
Yea I would get a laptop instead. And no I don’t think there are any downsides in using it as much as u would any other computer. And I am typing to u on my laptop right now!
Peace and may God be with you!
why would you use such a weak laptop as a desktop replacement. To be a desktop replacement it must ave atLEAST 2.2 processor and at least a 16″ screen…and usually laptops heat up alot faster and its HDD deteriorates faster….. There are really laptops made to be a desktop replacement, and yours don’t side like one
yes it would freeze up
Your system sounds like a nice one, the Core 2 Duo’s have planty of power for everyday computing and generally run cooler than AMD processors. There is no downside to using you laptop as you would a desktop. Be aware that if you are going to leave your laptop plugged in for an extended period of time that you should remove the battery. Leaving your laptop plugged in for a long time with the battery still in can wear your battery out much faster; all of the energy flowing in and out puts wear and tear on the cells. If you check your owner’s manual, this is probably in there somewhere–it was in mine. I also have a laptop, mine is an HP dv6700t with a 2.1 GHz Core 2 Duo t8100, 3GB of RAM and a 500GB Hard Drive–I use it constantly and have had no issues.
with those spec’s as long as you dont game, then i think the laptop will be a perfect suit for you. intel is mostly for apps, wmp, ie, firefox, word processing etc. where as amd is mostly for gaming. so as long as you stick to a non intense gaming area, you’ll be fine with that. btw if you watch movies on it, there is always an option on most laptops to add an additional monitor onto it from the back. most have a vga output. (if u want something bigger then 15″)
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