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I don't draw that firm a distinction between laptops and desktops. When I retire my last desktop, which is now a secondary source, I will replace it with this laptop as I get a new one. Most of the time I use the laptop as a desktop, plugged in to save battery life, and so I can type more easily. I don't understand why anyone would buy a desktop anymore except for office use when you don't want anyone taking it home. At home, I use a tablet in the recliner, and leave the laptop plugged in at my desk. On trips, I sometimes take both if its more than a day or two.