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Gaming Laptop vs. Desktop: Which Should I Choose?

While most gamers know the thrill of playing their favourite games on a large screen monitor with high-resolution graphics kept on a pedestal with a custom made gaming desk, they are also finding themselves increasingly beginning to wonder, whether gaming laptops are indeed, a good, if not better option? Hello guys I am Fatha today I will clarify briefly about what to choose, It’s not surprising - the tech market has seen a steady growth in terms of the sales of gaming laptops, and the manufacturers of these laptops too, are focusing on wooing their gamer audiences with cutting-edge innovations in terms of GPU’s, display resolutions, as well as high-speed processors.

Gaming laptops have certainly emerged to be a viable option for gamers, promising to offer everything a hardcore gamer might need to enjoy a high-quality gaming experience. So if you have found yourself wondering, more than once, how a gaming laptop stacks up in comparison with a gaming desktop, and which is the best choice to make, here’s a good way to start.

How Do Gaming Laptops and Desktops Differ?
Apart from the most obvious differences that you already know between a laptop and a PC, there are some gaming-specific areas where the two vary. If you’re contemplating choosing between the two, it’s probably a wise idea to take a closer look at both, and understand where the pros and cons lie.

Portability
This is an easy one. If you’re addicted to gaming or are a serious gamer battling it out in tournaments, you’re hardly going to be able to lug around your desktop everywhere you go. Laptops, on the other hand, are getting thinner by the day, and with a really good gaming laptop, you could game from practically anywhere.

Customizability
One of the most undeniable advantages of a gaming desktop over a laptop is the extent of customizability it offers. There’s quite literally no end to how much you can customize your gaming system when you are using a PC.

Touchpad
Everyone who has ever used a gaming laptop knows that using a touchpad is extremely inconvenient irrespective of the kind of game you are playing – be it be fast-paced shooting or click-and-drag functions for a strategy game. Which means you’ll still have you buy a mouse to go with your gaming laptop, unless you intend to play only with a controller.

Display
Your screen’s display is definitely an important factor that affects your overall gaming experience. After all, the whole point of immersing yourself in a parallel universe is to feel as connected as you can to it, in every possible way. This is probably where gaming desktops have the biggest advantage!


Performance
Even at its powerful best, a gaming laptop is only like a downsized version of a gaming PC. The difference in the size of the two doesn’t affect just portability. Laptops have mobile versions of desktop processors, their parts are confined to assigned spaces within their body, and most importantly, laptops get a lot less airflow as compared to desktops.

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