There hasn't been a single forum I've posted my setup on that hasn't asked about the desk!
It's an Ikea Vika Amon with Vika Moliden legs.
Here is an older picture, apologies for the terrible quality:
Do you have the T-Legs all the way up on one and all the way down on the other? How much space would you say is between the two desk? 6 inches?Just added a 2nd desk to make a poor man's biomorph (two independent height adjustable surfaces).
Eiffel towers all over the place!My two latest additions to my Apple family:
Magic Trackpad that I picked up this week, and a new, Early 2011 base (2.3GHz i5) MBP 13". Had the option to go for the top-end early 2011 model (2.7GHz i7) at £999, but decided against it as this model isn't much slower than the i7 model at all (minimal difference with Handbrake, the most intensive thing it'll see, and no difference in normal usage), and I feel that the £100 saving is worth it as a result.
Just needed a basic use machine, with a better display than the MBA (which hurt my eyes!).
Ditto. That's my very same same logic too when I see people say get an SSD it'll blow your mind. My ssd certainly hasn't blown my mind. I think the general convention is that if you don't use large programs like Photoshop then an ssd is still a luxury at this point.Yep, though the wallpapers were just by coincidence at first... The phone shares the same wallpaper as well
As for the SSD...I'll be passing on that for now. Reason being, the iMac is ridiculously fast as it is (programs do open virtually immediately), an SSD isn't really going to be of much help there. With the MBP, things are still fast, but there isn't much point as programs are going to be opened once, then that's it - no real advantage for me!
Hard drives are the single biggest performance bottleneck in computing today. Any improvement in storage access speed is and should be welcomed.Ditto. That's my very same same logic too when I see people say get an SSD it'll blow your mind. My ssd certainly hasn't blown my mind. I think the general convention is that if you don't use large programs like Photoshop then an ssd is still a luxury at this point.