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Six reasons you still need a desktop PC

Paul Mah | Nov. 4, 2013
When it comes to productivity, power, and expandability, the old war horse still can't be beat.

Less downtime
After you've lugged your laptop and its myriad accessories to work, you still have to plug in the power cord, external monitor, ethernet cable, and more just to have a functioning workstation. With a desktop, you just sit down and boot up.

You don't have to give up access to files you've worked on from home, either. With some initial preparatory work, IM conversations, bookmarks and digital notes can be kept in sync across your laptop and desktop .

Remote access
Leave your desktop PC powered on and you can have your own computer in the cloud. Access your Lightwave models, legacy apps and backend order management system from any mobile device through remote desktop apps like Wyse PocketCloud Remote DesktopLogMeIn Ignition and Citrix GoToMyPC.


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