Desktop, Laptop or Palmtop?
April 9, 2008 6:33am CST
I used to play computer games in our home desktop. But to use it for chatting or doing my personal things is quiet uneasy. First, I don't have the privacy to just save my documents there and someone can also use and open it. Second, I cannot use it longer as my siblings are also waiting for their turn. It comes to the point that I decided to buy a new laptop for myself and for my studies abroad. I liked it so much and I can do anything I wanted to, from downloading songs to watching TV online to doing my personal researches and assignments. But palmtop? technically, I really don't know how to use it as I don't have enough to get one. But I was thinking how useful it could be for me and the type of job I am involved in. But I think, I love to choose three of them, ( I wish) haha. Keep posting, Mickey
9 Apr 08
you should really buy a Pc mate. It's not only cheaper it's much easier. Serious. If something wrong with you laptop, hard drive scratch, ... -- then you can't repair it or you have to pay a lot!!!! With a Pc you can simply open it. And btw if you wonna upgrade you laptop (more RAM) --inpossible with pc you can even do it manually. and yes you can bring your laptop everywere you wonna bring it. Don't forget you laptops battery runs out of fuel very easy! My friend just bought a new laptop 1400 euro (yes i live in Europe) and he's battery only goes on for like 2 hours. not much! =(
9 Apr 08
Laptop any day brother.. just got myself a brand new black MacBook and just love it. the oohs and aahs it gets from people who see its interface makes me feel like a king.. I personally would like to have a high end PC and a laptop as well cos I cant play games on my laptop. I have a PC which is mostly used by me, but there are always security issues attached with a shared computer. I would never go for a PDA, but a cell phone which can act like a PDA, like the iPhone, or maybe the HTC touch I like electronics, but PDA is one thing that would stay off my list cos I ain't a professional yet. So I need not worry about organising anything bourne