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Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by jk2447, Sep 12, 2015.

  1. jk2447

    jk2447 Petabyte Poster Moderator

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    Hi All
    I now work from home for the majority of my time so setup a little office area for myself at home. Here's mine. Do you work from home? What's your home office setup like? I spend a huge amount of time in mine so I wanted it a certain way. I'm quite into how things look so I could't pick anything too clunky. The monitor is on a gas spring arm so full mobility up down left right forward back. A PSTV is in the corner for when I need to escape and link to my PS4. I have tp-link powerlines at home. The one in my office area is a dual port for my laptop and pstv and a wifi extender as I had some dead spots upstairs.
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    Jim
     

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    I don't work from home but your setup is very similar to mine just mine is more messy. I also have a desktop tower underneath my desk but dont use it much now my laptops fixed. i use a 22" for a second monitor.
     
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    jk2447 Petabyte Poster Moderator

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    Nice one mate. Is that where you do your lab work too? The reason I started this thread was after talking to some of the guys in work, and it was quite interesting how few of them had a full dedicated office as I'd of imagined they would have. I would really like a great big comfortable chair but what you see there is all I have the room for really.
     
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    unfortunately I dont have a dedicated room for my setup :( but yeah I do everything on my desk really, I read ebooks so its nice having two screens as on one I read, the other I type notes. Im hoping to get a bigger desk soon as I do alot of taking devices apart etc.
     
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    I don't really to be honest mate, that's my middle floor landing. It's gotta door so I can get some peace. It's not big but big enough for me the desk and my team mates (the plants ha ha)
     
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    Is that wallpaper or brick? I can't tell!
     
  7. Apexes

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    I work from home alot, but it's just my laptop on my dining table :D
     
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    Same as my friend, my other works in his daughters pink bedroom because she has a desk, funny isn't it.
     
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    haha that's awesome! i should get a proper keyboard monitor and desk really - gets annoying working on a laptop screen when i'm used to 3 monitors in the office!
     
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    I have a dedicated office at home but it's currently a pig sty, I have a rack of compute, storage and networking gear in here as well, not really tidying it up too much because I am about to move to what is currently the play room so that this room can become a bedroom.
     
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