>0 a @ 2020/04/20 06:08
By that I mean, mouse, keyboard, headphones and monitor. I'll start off first: Mouse: Marvo Scorpion CM303 Keyboard: Razer Deathadder Elite Headphones: None, I rarely use headphones Monitor: Samsung S22F350FHU
>1 thecomputergeek @ 2020/04/24 01:30
>>OP Monitor 1: LG 32ML600M-B Monitor 2: 2002 Apple Studio Cinema 27" w/ DVI to ADC adapter Monitor 3: Gateway EV700, built October 2000 Mouse: OG 2009 Logitech Performance MX (MX Master 1?) Keyboard: Unicomp Model M (PS/2, UB40446) Headphones: Bose QC35 II (when I don't care that much about lag), 1970s stereo headphones (when I care about lag) Fine to list other periphs?
>2 a @ 2020/04/27 16:50
>3 codingquark @ 2020/05/01 13:57
>>OP Monitor: died 3 weeks ago. It was some 12 years old Dell thing (16:10 ratio) Keyboard: Atreus Mouse: Logitech M280 Headphones: Meze 99 Classics I also keep a prism around at all times, which I now feel is a peripheral.
>4 Rushd @ 2020/05/12 10:53
I only have a classic HP computer with cheap chinese keyboard and mouse. It works :p >>OP
>5 blitzkraft @ 2020/05/20 02:37
>>OP Mouse: logitech M705 Keyboard: split ortho, BFO-9000 pcb Monitor: hp Z22 Headphones: some cheap ones
>6 ben @ 2020/05/22 14:43
i'm sure i've posted this on irc before, but this is my desktop and peripherals: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/dwGPq4 two 4k monitors 28" cooler master masterkeys pro l (red switches) logitech g502
>7 dfa @ 2020/06/01 04:59
Been working from the laptop for about the last year. Prior to that, I was using the Kinesis keyboard with two Dell monitors on mounts. Laptops are thinkpad T470p for work, x1 carbon 5th gen for personal.
>8 stelima @ 2020/06/21 10:59
Monitor: 27" LG 1080p Keyboard: original IBM model M Mouse Logitech B110 Joystick logitech
>9 tinfoil-hat @ 2020/07/13 02:04
>>OP I have a Thinkpad x220 and x230. The x230 I use on a daily basis. my Keyboard is a standard one from Dell maybe from stoneage, my mouse a Logitech MX518, which is probably now 8 years old. But my Monitor is a Dell Ultrasharp with 1920x1080p all connected to a dockingstaton. I can use my x230 and x220 both with the same dckingstation which is very convinient. I not only have the 2 thinkpads but also 2 dockingstation. if anything bites the dust I just have to switch. If a laptop bites the dust, I just rsync my ~/ and am almost ready to go again. I feel pretty good about having the tanks related to computerhardware, with a backup. I probably am able to go with this setup for another decade...