I don't have or want a laptop thanks.
I have a desktop PC, a tablet and a phone.
The Phone is for ultra portable, always connected and always on.
Tablet for meetings, away from office, work, home etc. Also for at home relaxed and so on.
The PC is when I want to actually do something other than look at things - you know like actually "creating content"
Whether you are writing a book, developing, photo editing or playing serious games, a full size keyboard and screen along with a comfy mouse will make you much less susceptible to eye strain, RSI and all sorts of other fun stuff.
There is a small number of things that need a laptop and nothing else but the use case is very small.
New desktop PCs come with anything from 5 to 10 USB sockets and a lot of monitors can increase the number by acting as a hub too.