As a programmer and gamer, my workspace reflects my need for minimalism and efficiency.
Since I work from home, I have customized this space to meet my specific needs.
Everything is strategically placed in order to be organized and within easy reach, and all cables are arranged so that they stay untangled and out of view.
My passion is technology, so I love keeping up with the new products the market has to offer.
Additionally, the open design of the office allows for lots of natural light and room to breath, which my cat Siggy also enjoys.
No cables ANYWHERE.
Used for programming mostly. The laptop is connected to all the peripherals using a single USB-C cable.
Drilled a hole for monitor, drilled a hole for keyboard, drilled a hole for charger, drilled a hole for headphone jack, drilled a hole for usb-c.
That single usb-c cable connects to charger and monitor, keyboard, mouse receiver, USB hub, ethernet, speakers on the other side of the room and headphone jack in desk.
Headphone hanger and phone charging dock are DIY
Fortunate enough to work from home with this setup. This is the latest version of my setup that I have been updating slightly each year since it was built in 2017. i5 7500 x GTX 1070 https://www.instagram.com/theory_96/