I'm curious to know :)
Plants! They make all the difference.
Underrated comment here.
My Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop kit for sure :3
If you knew how better is to type on a really ergonomic keyboard, you probably wouldn't say things like this, but that's just my opinion right?
If you only knew how good PBT-capped Cherry or Topre keys are... And indeed there is ergonomic mechanical keyboards, just custom made.
Mechanical keyboards are expensive for reason.
Once you go mechanical, you'll never go back. I completely despite typing on membrance/rubber/piece of shit keyboard after using Filco brown switches. It doesn't have tactical feedback and makes me to hit on bottom every time.
Dude, I agree that mechanical keyboard is good, I like them too, I daydream in r/MechanicalKeyboards all days, but ergonomics peripherals (keyboard / mice) are also good in its own right too.
Yes, they are lowly membrane keyboard, made for plebs casual users, but so what? As weird as it looks, it is super comfortable to type on and I swear by that sculpt ergonomics mouse (in picture above) because it cured me of my chronic wrist pain.
Maybe we have different needs and care for different thing? and nothing wrong with that?
But there IS ergonomics mechanical keyboard.
You're what is wrong with the internet.
This setup looks pretty nice. Love the separate numeric keypad.
It's useful, but I can asure you, this mouse is the real big deal here.
It simply makes sense and after using it, it's really hard to use a normal one
I have the same and I absolutely love it!
My fidget cube from https://www.antsylabs.com. Keeps me from chewing on my nails when I'm working through a design problem.
Yes! Did a whole podcast and write about about our "setup" both desk items and software: http://www.designreviewpodcast.com/02/20/2017/episode-49-whats-your-workspace-set-up/
this might sound weird, but coasters. I have an old Starbucks mirror mug with a wooden puck coaster and I use it all the time. At prior jobs, I didn't use a coaster at my desk and the slow accumulation of tiny coffee droplets made my desk look disgusting. I have my mug and coaster I use at the office everyday, plus I have this oddly shaped Captain America Corkboard thing that I use as a big coaster for my water bottle and on occasion, beer or cocktail.
I've owned mine for about 5 years. Even in rooms with little-to-no light I've never had an issue powering the keyboard. I find it comfortable and attractive. Plus there are no wires! If you just bought a new Macbook Pro, it does require a USB port for the wireless receiver.
While there are certainly fancier mice out there, this is a great one for the money. It goes for about $20. I've had mine for about 3 years and have never replaced the batteries.