Computers certainly have gotten a lot smaller since the Prime, to the point where laptops have pretty much taken over. On TreeHugger we have thought this to be a green trend, as they are smaller and use less power. But at the New York Times, they write that there is a lot of life left in the desktop, and that the trend might be reversing. Lifehacker did a survey of its readers, and I found the result surprising, split almost right down the middle, 51% desktop and 49% laptop. I wondered if our readership split the same way, but have added netbook to the list.