I play a lot of online chess, but I am a federated player whose objective is to play well over-the-board games with 3D pieces.
During my hourly tactics exercises I turn on the computer and do it in the big screen because my results are better than on the smartphone.
For timed games I also play with the PC, as I am quicker with the mouse than with the finger.
But I also play correspondence daily; I use to have 20 games in progress.
I am getting used to analyze and make the moves on my smartphone, when I am not at home, or when I feel too much lazy to turn on the computer.
I know the best is to analyze on a physical chess board, which I sometimes do on correspondence when the position is interesting.
But my question is if I should be less lazy and turn on the computer when analyzing deeply with the analysis board.
I know, in deep, this is a neurology question, but at neurosciences SE they would say it is a question for a chess teacher or highly rated player as there are not specific neurology studies on it.
Just asking, as a 7 years old student could ask: "Teacher, should I always play on the PC or I can use my smartphone playing on the free net?"