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Nuphy halo 65
Recently got this keyboard. It has the baby kangaroo switches. It looks great and the typing experience is amazing. I'm not regretting getting this keyboard.
Mx Master 3
Very comfortable to use. I've had this mouse for almost three years and it works great. Travel with it to and from work every day and still looks like new. Great battery life.
Bough these after my first year in University. Still work great. Use them at work and plan on to use them until they stop working
I have the nothing ear 1, but they have not been used since I got these. I'm still surprised at how good the airpods pro are. They work so well with the apple ecosystem. My most used tech after the watch I wear every day.
My first mechanical keyboard, you really can't go wrong with a Keychron. It's nice, Gateron brown switches
This was the my "home office" keyboard before the Nuphy. I like the small form factor, and I will continue to use it. Low-profile Gateron brown switches
iPhone 14 pro
After having the iPhone Xr for almost four years it was time to upgrade. What I like most is the camera and the battery life (perks of being new). The old one was also only 64gb of RAM. Which is way to little for me.
I've had this watch for over two years now and I have nothing to really complain about. It tracks my some of my health data and it has a great battery life.
24" Asus Monitor
Just some pretty regular Asus monitor I got at home. It' tempting to get a new one, I would like a 32" 4k monitor. But I'm not sure if I need it. I'll at least not impulse buy it.
Nothing ear 1
I needed bluetooth headphones and I wanted to try these. They were such a great value for the money. I still think they are, but the airpods pro are just so good.
I've written posts about my system in Obsidian. I use it a lot. It has become my thinking buddy.
I used to use Obsidian as a task manager, but I felt I was stuffing my vault with a lot of noise. Things 3 is also great at being a task manager
It's fine. I made a boost for Youtube so now it's impossible for me to end in the youtube blackhole. That alone makes Arc worth it for me.
The calendar app I use. I like it. It's simple and works well. I don't need much more than that.
Editor of choice. Nothing new here, I tried zed.dev for a side project. It was nice, but I'm not changing from VS Code anytime soon.
Have my personal account and my work account. I like how easy they work together. Everyone should use a password manager
I have used this terminal for a while and I like it. It's fast and it looks good, but in the end it's just a terminal.
My email client of choice. I like it. I can remove the gmail noise from my browser and use their app instead. All of the keyboard shortcuts have helped me speed up my email workflow.
Use this at my daily job, Postman always does the job and works well.
I wanted to use a different app than Postman for my freelancing jobs, so I tried Insomnia.
I need IntelliJ to run the backend locally with newest updates for my freelance job.