- May 20, 2010
Nice Polk PSW10. I have the same one in my office. For a smallish room it works nicely. Very clean setup.
Your workstation reminds me of when I was a kid and got Legos; they would always have what it was -supposed- to look like on the front, but then there was all of the weird crazy stuff you could build on the back. That's basically what you did to the Jerker.
That has to be the most unique workstation in this entire thread. Bad ass.
This is a very sweet setup. I like how you did this.
What is the name of the split keyboard?
Images of kick ass desk removed so not to "quote pictures" but keep link to post
So what desk is that and where would one acquire the same?
UPDATE: Found it - Ikea wins again I suppose................
http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S49837866/ w/T-style legs and the shelf added - Right?
Yeah, "ima just gonna post my 4300px wide photo without doing anything to it, just cause I can" ah... please don't, please don't post panorama pics, not needed, just a couple of photos of the workstation is all that's needed. Be curitius of those other forum members that just dont have the bandwidth or screen real estate, hell I have a 1080p display on my laptop and some of these pics I still have to scroll with... that's just to large.
Would that be in your house or generally speaking? If it be general, then "Frank" and I have to politely disagree. More work than gaming gets done at my workstation, though it is set up for and can handle any game I drop on and decide to do a marathon with over a weekend, come Monday morning, its work time. Nice set up BTW, but not the only workstation where work is actually completed -My "Workstation"... The only workstation where actual work is completed..
Getting a tad Off topic. Should start a thread to the Admins about these kinds of issues. Let's see some more setups!