I can see you've put some effort in by keeping the desk free from clutter and it looks like you've added an LED strip at the back, but there are a few simple things that would greatly improve this:
I would recommend something like this that you can mount to the side or front of your desk to clear more space off. I've also used the large command strips on the side of a desk for this purpose.
Neetto Headphone Hanger Holder Wall Mount, Headset Hook Under Desk, Universal Adhesive Stand for Sennheiser, Sony, Bose, Beats, AKG, Audio-Technica, Gaming Headphones, Earphones, Cables - HS907 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077MBVHP7/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_6RA4NE69ZF1W44WX8FG6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
You should check out the post I just made. I just moved and I am trying to come up with a good desk design.
LG 32BN88U-B 31.5” Ergo IPS UHD 4K Ultrafine Monitor (3840x2160) with Ergonomic Stand & C-Clamp, USB Type-C, DCI-P3 95%(Typ.), HDR10 and AMD FreeSync, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08DXKXWZW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_33TPF2Q25VYJVRZGPNDR
I've helped a number of people address this issue so I hear what you're asking.
When it comes to LED lights for improving your Zoom image, here's the features the lights should have:
Beyond that, the brand doesn't matter and it will depend on how you want to mount it, color preference, etc. for which one you actually go with.
With your desk, you may want to consider something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Eye-Care-Stepless-Adjustable-Temperature-Architect/dp/B07TG2BY46/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=led+architect+lamp&qid=1625518887&sr=8-2-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzTUxGODQwTzJBSVJZJmV...
In addition to making you look more professional on your Zoom calls (therefore being a more effective communicator), I think you'll find that a desk light will be very useful in the evenings for your desk generally and you'll quickly wonder how you ever got by without one. If you really want to ensure a proper lighting setup, you should buy two of those and have one to either side of your camera for a flat, even light on your face.
Another option is to buy some Elgato lights because they work great. However, they're also very expensive and they can't double as desk lights, which is why I recommend going a different route in this situation.
Hope that helps and good luck!
Yeah, I have a Pebble that I use as a portable mouse. The Master 3 is really costly, but the Triathlon is similar-shaped and ergonomic but just lacks some of the features that the Master 3 has. If you're on a budget you might want to check it out. But the MX Master 3 is a great investment if you can afford it
Just a guess but https://www.amazon.com/LX-Desk-Mount-LCD-Arm/dp/B00358RIRC/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=ergotron+arm&qid=1612036204&sr=8-2
Yes, correct sub, welcome enjoy your stay.
I do indeed have a desk chair recommendation.
I also sit in front of my computer all day.
I have this, its fairly ergonomic and cheap and blue and its on amazon and eBay (only issue is they've stop making blue ones...) So have this instead!
No problem have a good day.
I would look at something like a monitor light bar or even just a desk lamp for work. I would look at those floor lamps that go in the corner:
Maybe even some nanoleaf or similar on the walls. Not having a window means you need lamps or, if you’re ambitious, to get that crown molding with LEDs at the ceiling line on your walls.
- use Synergy for your two computer. Only one mouse and keyboard is required. https://symless.com/synergy
- use a cable box from IKEA( or from where ever) to hide your cable on the ground.
- you can use a cable raceway along the wall for the ethernet cable and so on.
Aside from the Baseus monitor bar, I've seen the BenQ E-reading desk lamp around quite a lot but it does seem quite big and there's a really good swivel mechanism by the looks of it. Another recommendation I've seen is the Xiaomi Mi LED desk lamp, its more of a minimalistic look since it's a smart lamp and you can adjust the brightness and light temperature as well. Xiao Mi makes a bunch of other desk lamps too and they all look really clean/simplistic.
Heres an amazon link to the Xiaomi lamp its unavailable at the moment but putting it here for reference : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0772KLVS4?tag=matthewencina-20&ie=UTF8&psc=1&linkId=00a659da2e3cec5c99bdf78f2eaa0925&ref\_=as\_li\_ss\_tl&geniuslink=true
I agree. I got this desk for $89, and while mine is set up as an L it can also be set up in one line. (This is just an example of what’s out there!)
it is this keyboard:
I like it and it's been working well for me. The only cons is the placement of the shift and the /? buttons.
Thanks dood. Worth it after moving to full time WFH, the wide screen really makes all the difference and often leave my macbook in clam mode unless client meeting where i turn on web cam.
That is a link to the monitor. It is a samsung 34" with usb c power delivery so only one cable to computer!
Monitor arm was just a cheap vevo one of amazon. I took out one part of the hinge system so it retracts closer to my wall
This is the UK amazon but you should be able to find it.
I had to mod the locking bolt myself to fit my awkward desk but I really recommend the mount, it's solid and cheap.
I use this with my MacBook Pro. Usb c is really convenient. It’s for around 20000 rs. OSD is good. Speakers are fine. Can charge at 80 watts and pixel density is good. Can’t imagine using 1080p after a MacBook screen.
I'd put the PC under the table..
and hang the monitor to a special ARM like this: https://zenworkpro.com/dp/B01AI2YGK4/Monitor-Desk-Mount.html
So, the monitor will have a proper eye level, it's be easier to move it (sometimes it needs to move the monitor a bit closer), and you'll have more space under to monitor - can put a phone for example.
I currently use this one here
This works well and it’s around $40. If you want something with a laptop tray it’s gonna be expensive.
Great gear you have! Here are some thoughts I had:
If you don’t need a dual screen setup, maybe use the monitor as the only display and place the laptop in a vertical stand like this one: https://www.amazon.com/Vertical-Adjustable-OMOTON-Aluminum-Chromebook/dp/B078RD7R26/ref=psdc_3015409011_t1_B078X49YQQ . If you need a dual screen setup, then maybe a nice laptop stand could help raise the laptop and bring it closer to the monitor.
I see the Apple Watch charger towards the back of the desk. Maybe a nice stand for either just the watch charger or one that holds a phone and watch charger.
Not sure if you have two speakers or one but if you have two, maybe place the second one under the other end of the monitor, that way the sound will come at you fully. If you have only one speaker, maybe place it under the monitor, in the center, for the same effect.
For the figurines, maybe a nice shelf to the side of the monitor can help clean up the look while still displaying them.
I hope these suggestions are helpful. Good luck!
Not sure if they make it anymore in that color, but I am more than sure you can find your way through Amazon w/ a leatherette deskmat.
Thanks! I'm actually working on taking photos so that I can post a full set up review and drop all the links and details. Hopefully I'll have it by Sunday the 27th. But here's the link to the stand
I utilize this one.
Wali Single Adjustable Mount and Laptop Stand
For its purpose, it works just as intended for me, I switch back from my Windows Workstation and my Macbook often for the monitor so it helps just keeping everything simplified.
The Blue arm is finicky. I get it in the positions I want it in, but it's very "springy". You have to tighten up the adjustment knobs. I like the way it's mounted though...the weight sits over the desk rather than hanging off the edge.
These panels. The white ones are good for bouncing light off of them as well.
Nice simple setup! I would use this usb-c adapter :)
On the wall, behind the left display, you can see two 2x1 hdmi switches.
Obviously, this worked only for 2 computers.
So, recently I’ve got this 6x2-HDMI-matrix:
This works fine for me.
Actually, the big Mac is a regular PC with a sticker.
With my setup, I put this black picture ledge shelf . I put my camera and lenses on it. I don't see speakers, do you just use headphones?
Since it sounds like your mobile a lot you might want to consider a travel laptop stand. For example:
Laptop Stand, iVoler Laptop Holder Riser Computer Tablet Stand, 6 Angles Adjustable Aluminum Ergonomic Foldable Portable Desktop Holder Compatible with MacBook,iPad, HP, Dell, Lenovo 10-15.6” Silver https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WBYCTNX/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_NJMVNTV7M266BM2HV2FZ
AWAVO Laptop Stand, Ergonomic Aluminum Computer Stand for Desk, Multi-Angle Laptop Riser with Heat-Vent, Adjustable Holder Compatible with MacBook Air/Pro, Dell, HP, Lenovo, More 10-15.6" Laptops https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BCD32Y4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_5E3K4GEJWN800ZNYGV0T
Bunch of those options. Something you could throw in the bag but put the laptop in a better position for you.
I highly recommend this keyboard for the use you have described. I've had mine for a few years now and it's great.
Thanks! I have a 27 inch Samsung monitor, an arm for it close to this:
An iPad Air with a USB keyboard, and Logitech mouse.
😂 a more reasonable response would be to get a budget, white mechanical keyboard like a ducky or royal kludge and then switch out the keycaps for some matcha ones that you can find on Amazon!
Sorry mate you're right I should have add links. :)
Sure, I'll link you the product on amazon (italian one, sorry).
It's the best and cheapest solution I could find around, very clean and functional.
I am using this for my 34in ultrawide:- StarTech.com Desk Mount Monitor Arm - Full Motion Articulating - Monitors 12" to 34" Adjustable VESA Single Monitor Arm - Desk & Grommet Clamp -Silver https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N17KOOO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_DXxkJspnVW9a7
Thanks so much! The pulley lamp I got from Costco for $20 about 2 years ago. I think now they only sell the floor lamp but this is the brand I got. It’s a lot more pricey than when I bought it but it’s really neat. I replaced the stock bulb with a Wyze smart bulb so I can adjust the brightness and tone
It’s from Amazon as well. https://www.amazon.com/Lightning-Decorative-Christmas-Wedding-Supplies/dp/B07R4CS7KX/ref=mp_s_a_1_10?dchild=1&keywords=lighting+bolt+led&qid=1617032965&sprefix=lighning+bolt&sr=8-10
I have this chair in black
I love it, but would go for a higher back/headrest if I were to buy it again. I was WFH for a bit, and it never gave me issues throughout the day. I also game a lot, so it holds up in terms of comfort for long periods of time.
Things I'd avoid is just anything with a padded seat. If you sit often, it'll likely flatten and become uncomfortable... At least that's my experience with low/mid tier office chairs. I'd stick to something like I linked, or a high quality mesh.
thanks! I got it here: Wrist Rest, Keyboard Wooden Wrist Rest, Black Walnut Wood Keyboard Wrist Rest Ergonomic Gaming Desk 60 Key Wrist Pad Support for Computer,Laptop Easy Typing Durable Comfortable https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085L69HWV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_FEGNVHSWH58HAA33P5HV
PVC wall tiles. I have these myself, best $70 I ever spent. Covers 32 square feet. They come in triangles, squares, waves, and a few other. Highly recommend.
How thick is the desktop? I have this:
You can actually remove the backplate and mount it by drilling through the desk. Not sure you're interested in that, but it at least gets around the issue with the L-shaped. (My old desk had a wooden support that created a similar L-shaped that I needed to work around.)
Blue Whale Big and Tall Gaming Chair with Massage Lumbar Support,Metal Base and 3D Aluminum Alloy Armrest Racing PC Computer Video Game Chair High Back PU Leather Office Desk Chair with Headrest https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07JYP69VF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_yRJeGbF03YDJP?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I didn't bought from here but it's the same item, also mine is warm white color.
VIVO Electric Height Adjustable 60 x 24 inch Stand Up Desk, Black Solid One-Piece Table Top, Black Frame, Standing Workstation with Simple 2 Button Controller, DESK-KIT-B06B https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0829DW7JZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_3ehdGb24RQ0ZA?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
It looks great. I also have a desk shelf and I find it very useful. I think you should replace the lamp in the back with something more hidden and find a better place for all the random stuff in the left-back corner. The 2 lamps in the back are clashing with the speaker and the clock/lamp on the right. Replace the headphone stand with an under the table headphone hook. To complete the look you need some kind of neon or vintage sign above your monitor.
Not had it long. Easy to build, extremely comfortable compared to other ergonomic chairs, good support spent 14 hours in it today and my back feels great. Headrest is comfy for sitting back. Arms are firm but almost like thin memory foam. Defiantly recommend.
UMI. by Amazon - Ergonomic office chair, Swivelling Mesh Computer Chair with Adjustable Lumbar Support and PU Armrests, Breathable Mesh Back and Padded Seat, 150 kg Max Load https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B081HWKWN6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_B0mcGb4MDFCDG
these are the ones i used, there are better ones i just wanted some to where the ends connect to make them longer and that work with my alexa
I have a bunch of thumb drives, cables, extra peripherals in my drawers. I also store my watches and my repair tools in there also. I have all the leg space I could ever need with two drawer units.
I ordered legs off of Amazon to support the back half of my top while I use the drawers in the front. Everything is held up just fine.
I just set this one up at home two days ago. I have an expensive two arm mount at work. This one was a bit more finicky to set up, and doesn't have all the little micro adjustments, but once it's set up, it seems surprisingly solid.
I tried and returned two other monitor arms until I settled with this one. Build quality is great. Holds up my 32" with ease. It's on sale too!
This. Also OP, not necessary but to organize the cords get some cable ties off of Amazon. They're dirt cheap. To make it more gamer friendly, (if multiplayer, or use headphones) but a headphone stand. Something like this.
Also recommend an HDMI Switch to go between PC and Console if you don't have one already.
Lastly, to make it look really cool with gaming aesthetics, I recommend LED light strips, I don't own any personally, but the smart ones where you can set it to different modes and colors are really cool. I would not only cover the sides of your desk, I would do the monitor as well.
Thank you for coming to my TED Talk, hope this helped OP :)
Mechanical keyboards... whew. They've got so much variability, in everything from switches, caps, and their design and layout (tenkeyless, full size, half size, etc.), that I couldn't begin to give you a recommendation. That said, "doesn't look like a gaming keyboard" is more up to your opinion on what that means. For some, a $15 Dell mechanical keyboard looks like a gaming keyboard, for others, it's RGB or backlighting.
That said, there are very, very few wireless mechanical keyboards that are aimed at gamers, because adding wireless introduces lag and latency. You wouldn't notice it for normal computer use, but you would when it comes to fast-action, close-quarters gameplay.
That said, the K1 you mentioned is $74, which is in your budget. I'm no keyboard expert, but is there a reason you're shying away from that? There is mechanicalkeyboards.com and /r/mechanicalkeyboards that might be a better place to ask for keyboard suggestions.
As far as the keyboard mats, a simple search on Amazon pulled this up (along with 3 others) in the first few results:
$12 + shipping (if you don't have Prime).
Link for similar table (Amazon US) - https://www.amazon.com/4NM-No-Assembly-Computer-Foldable-Workstation/dp/B07S7NQ7WV/
Amazon. Check out lateral file cabinets.....
Two lateral file cabinets from Amazon topped with a butcher block countertop from Home Depot.
Recently got this desk and I highly recommend: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MDMTMNH/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Mount-It! Speaker Wall Mounts, Pair of Universal Side Clamping Bookshelf Speaker Mounting Brackets, Large or Small Speakers, 2 Mounts, 55 Lbs Capacity, Black (MI-SB37) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MZE0O8U/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_jsXpFbW49Q2EF
Gladly, its something like this one:
This cintiq model doesnt have vesa mounting holes, so i designed one. Here are the files:
Although non vesa mounting brackets actually exist btw
Digital clock $15: T&F Digital Alarm Clock Wooden... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075V449V8?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Lamp $39: Miroco LED Floor Lamp with 4... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07V8FR6QX?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Love the lamp! Can change the led light from cold to warm in one click. The digital clock is cheap and sucks the battery in a day so you need to plug it in USB
I chose the LG 34”, it was either two screens or on ultra wide, I think it looks sick and cleaner just having one single big screen imo. This particular monitor comes with DP (thunderbolt 3) connections which means that I can use both laptops just by switching one single and get video/audio in + power. Super convenient.
For the strip lights, just pick a cheap USB one ($15 aprox), that way you won’t have to deal with another brick to plug in your outlets.
I found these awesome extremely sticky cable clips, Amazon Link to black clips they work extremely well and I routed them all perfectly, still have half of them left over too for only $7
Hey wt about this https://www.amazon.in/TCL-Certified-Android-55C715-Metallic/dp/B08B24LVPK it has ok response time n ppi n qled, got some budget issues I have lg oledc2 🥲 if everything come together I will get c2
Thank you! The speakers are Logitech Z407. They're actually quite cheap (I paid just over $100), but they come with a subwoofer and the sound quality is excellent for music, watching films/series and for gaming.
Thank you! It's a 34" LG monitor, cost me just over $500. It's 1080p, great for both work and gaming. I have a Radeon 6800 gpu, so 1080p is pretty much guaranteed a high framerate even on demanding games.
That's right; I actually study here in the evening with no need for a reading lamp. The lampshade is a fairly common model I got from Amazon. For the light on the wall I got a pair of Philips Hue Play Bars; just over $100 for the pair.
thanks. Prior to this comment I made some purchases...
I ended up getting This USB C Switch. and then went with the Roccat Vulcan TKL mechanical keyboard (I bought it next door at Target, wasn't too many options, and I wanted a good return policy in case I didn't like it).
How do you think I did? :)
JALLdigital alarm clock w/ wooden display
A curved monitor light bar (that sits on top) could also be nice too! Good for the eyes lol. Maybe something like this? https://www.amazon.com/MELIFO-Wireless-Computer-Stepless-Backlight/dp/B09FHKV1BJ?th=1&psc=1
I only use webcam when using my work laptop (it connects using a USB cable to the monitor and all the USB devices get connected automatically) but I agree with you... I think I will need to find a different solution for a permanent camera.
The wristboard is this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09NFNZXTY?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
But I would like to give a try doing a handmade one ;)
Aothia Large Dual Monitor Stand... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08P1V75GB?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share. You will need to use a something like this for the mod 120mm Hole Saw, LAIWEI Hole... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R6QRWG4?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I am using that one with my 34'... Its a bit pricey, but its solid.
This is the same one but rebranded for Amazon and with shorter guarantee period. I haven't t used it, but reviews on the web are saying its same quality, on a cheeper price.
I'll try lowering the top one a bit! I can't have them overlapping since the curvature is different and it'd drive me a bit nuts, but I'll give it a shot!
As for the stand, this is the link to the one I got: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B01CUW5HDU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Its in the Canadian store but I'm sure if you're in the states its available there too. I've really liked my Vivo products in the past.
A cheaper industrial look with the flair of a Lichenberg
burn plywood desktop with the burns filled with glow in the dark epoxy and a
flood coat fut on top. I used ~100 feet of PVC pipe and too many joints to
count. The joins are all painted in copper with the pipe being painted with
- Speakers: Some older Sony ones that sound really good for
what they are.
- Displays: 2X 32" LG 32QK500-C. 1X MSI Optix MAG162V)
- Headset: Corsair Void Headset
- Card reader: SanDisk CFexpress Card Reader
- USB Hub: Anker 7 USB 3.0 Ports and 3 PowerIQ Charging Ports
- NAS: Synology 4 bay NAS
- Chair: Manager's Office Chair- Keybaord: Rosewill Mechanical Keyboard K90- Mouse: ROSEWILL Gaming Mouse NEON M59
Computer Specs: Open case is made from scratch using wood
that was stored in a barn for 30+ years. The lighter wood is maple and the
darker wood and walnut. Planing and building took about 2.5 month total. I felt
like a normal case wasn't a good fit for my style. I also built my desk, so I
wanted something that would match a little. Upgrades are bold.
MB - ASUS TUF Gaming B560M-PLUS WiFiCPU
- Intel Core i5-11500RAM
- TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 3600MHz (4x16G)GPU
- GigaByte 3060tiSSD
- M.2 SAMSUNG (MZ-V7S1T0B/AM) 970 EVO Plus SSD 1TBSSD
- Samsung 860 Evo 500GHD
- WD Blue 1TBOptical
- LG Black 12X BD-ROM 16X DVD-ROM 48X CD-ROM SATA Internal
- CORSAIR - CX-F RGB Series™ CX650F RGB 80 PLUS Bronze Fully
Modular ATX Power Supply
I also added "front IO".
USBC - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07THC8ZVF?psc=1&ref=ppx\_yo2\_dt\_b\_product\_details
USB 3 Ports - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y5Q87Z6?psc=1&ref=ppx\_yo2\_dt\_b\_product\_details
Check out NorthBayou, they have competitive price and durability. https://www.amazon.com/NB-North-Bayou-4-4-30lbs-Adjustable/dp/B097SXSVZK/ref=sr_1_4
There are a lot of similarly designed monitor arms from different brands. Anything that looks like the one I shared or u/LincHayes has shared will do for you.
I would also recommend the monitor light from benq: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08WT889V3
It provides a really wide range of lighting and has different brightness/color temperature options :)
extension cable for sub - or why not mount that sub on the wall with a universal pc mount. https://www.amazon.com/Oeveo-Universal-Adjustable-Electronic-UNVM-600/dp/B00MJ0LLVG/
The cable racks I use did not come with the desk, and I wouldn't get them again. If I had to do it all over again, I would get something more gridlike, which allowed the cables not to be super visible.
These are the ones that I got though https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07HMXBSLW/ref=ppx\_yo\_dt\_b\_search\_asin\_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Get one of those cable skirts that hides cable. Works charms for non-wall-facing desk setups. Its what I have on mine.
https://www.chewy.com/frisco-62-in-faux-fur-cat-tree-condo/dp/279031 This one! I've got to say, it's much better than I anticipated. I searched high and low for one to reach that somewhat high window.
Thanks! And here’s the link to the bag
Just add one of THESE to a table that maxes out at 48" and you'll have the extra height you're looking for. It's made to handle up to 55" and 66 lbs.
I saw this yesterday on Amazon, not sure if it's high enough, I think it's slightly over 48 with a monitor stand. Sorry it's not exactly what you need, but maybe close...
Arm for the monitor, audio possibly under desk or on far left/right side, laptop 1 on desk, laptop 2 above laptop one with a laptop arm, boom.
monitor in the middle slightly to the left, laptops on the right side, xlr infront of keyboard
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07N7Q1L72/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_88P8JNGJ23YDYCHWQBTZ_0?th=1 (something like this)
Check your dm's, ive messaged you a sketch of my idea.
As mentioned, Velcro would be the easiest way. You can make and install your own little pull out tray using drawer slides like that. They also have clamp on keyboard trays, but they might be too big for just that small interface; a clamp on mouse platform that swivels could work. Another thing to consider is a small under desk drawer like this - https://www.amazon.com/HumanCentric-Under-Desk-Storage-Shelf/dp/B08WYWSXKT
Did some scouting and managed to find a post looking for something similar on a Microsoft Surface (Link here)
The OP of those post found some success with a hub called the Cable matters
According to the OP, they purchased and tested this hub and came to the following conclusion:
It can do 1440P @ 144Hz; however charging is maxed out at 60w so when gaming or other power hungry tasks it will drain if you're trying to charge it off the USB C
You may be able to achieve that with 2 adjustable monitor arms on either side of the middle, fixed position monitor. Your desk will have to be away from the wall so that the arms can move freely when you pull them in and push them out.
But that sounds overcomplicated, and more costly than just getting a dock for your work laptop to connect the second monitor that you already have. I use the same 2 monitors for work and personal computer, but need a dock to support that second monitor via HDMI.
You may want to make sure your work laptop can support 2 monitors in general.
and they are SO useful! Here's a link to mine
One of the ways I keep things clean is using on of THESE to hide some pens/pencils, a couple of RBG lighting remotes, and the remote to the Roku that is hooked to one of my monitors so I can use it as a TV. I don't have the drawer aimed out the front of the desk like you see in their pics. I have it set in about 8 inches and turned sideways so that unless you know it's there, you'd never really see it.
I bought these and these for under desk cable management. Very clean and elegant, and very nice for a standing desk as everything moves with it.
Yeah that’s a great idea! I’m a builder luckily so shouldn’t be no issues chasing the cables in the walls. I’ll look into this to see if there’s a mount for my case.
My main monitor is an MSI optix mag curved 2560x1440 165hz and 1ms then the portrait monitor is just a cheap 1080p with the smallest bezels I could find. It’s only for browsing or twitch, I’ve got the link to the portrait monitor but couldn’t find my main.
HUAWEI Display 23.8 Inch FHD... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08ZZ17DZQ?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I use these: 50Pcs Adjustable Adhesive Cable Management Clips, Nylon Cable Strap Ties Wire Clips Clamps Organizer with Strong Adhesive Tape, Extra Screw & Hole for Strong Fixation Home Office - 3.35 Inch Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0881FW8TQ?psc=1&ref_=cm_sw_r_apin_ct_BKA76CNRAKZ535VGR7B3
Thanks! The main monitor is a 48" LG C1 and second monitor is 14" IPS 3840x1100. On the right, I use this under desk drawer that also fits my headphone amp on top. On the left, I just bought some L shaped brackets and Macgyvered something together lol. They don't really make under desk drawers deep and tall enough for AVRs so gotta improvise...
I loooove the wrist rest! I didn’t have one before and I love having it now! I got the headphone stand from Amazon, here you go! GeekDigg Acrylic Headset... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06ZZSFLR1?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Thank you! I actually built those speaker stands; they are DIY. These would be a good alternative, but they arguably don't look as cool.
I was very happy with this desk. Plenty of room. I had a 27 iMac, laptop with a 34in ultra wide, printer, and speakers.
Teraves Reversible L Shaped Desk... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YXM9NC9?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Here's the link I got it off amazon. It requires 1 double a battery but it's not included and uses a USB receiver only, no bluetooth
I originally had built my desk, but then when I wanted a sit-stand desk, I decided to just go with a darker desktop, which I got from Lowe's as for my legs, these can be found cheaper, I'm sure, but imo getting solid legs with a good weight capacity will be worth the money in the long run.
Sure thing. I also got some of these for the chair and they make it much more comfortable on the arms. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details.
what Macbook do you have? I use this USB-C (thunderbolt) to DP cable.