Essential Office Equipments
Desktop PCs are a good choice if you frequently work with large graphics, video or other demanding applications because they typically have more powerful components.
First off, there's the price/performance ratio. Whether you're spending $300 or $3,000, you will get a more powerful computer for your money.You have more upgrade options with a desktop. Your average desktop can take more RAM than your average laptop. And with a desktop's multiple bays, your drive options open up considerably. Upgrading a CPU or graphics card--reasonably easy tasks on a desktop.
Which brings up the issue of repair. It's easy to open up a desktop PC, check to make sure the cables are secure, clean out the dust, remove a broken part, and replace it with something generic. Desktops have an ergonomic advantage, thanks to the big screen and full-sized keyboard.