@julian said in Show us your rig!:
Ho man! Glad I inspired ya'.
Be that a Cherry MX board? Nice!
Behold!! LED backlit wall-mounted monitor
Who needs monitor stands anyway...
Well.... that HP rig above does serve a secondary purpose: I tuck my Senn's under it when not in use for protection from dust and what not.
In general though, I concur. The pivotable rigs with adjustable arms that mount on the back of your desk are kind of a drag too. Every little bump and wiggle gets telegraphed thru those motion arms and amplified. Three cheers for stacked reams of paper. Hip, hip, hooray! Lots of mass. Sacrifice lots of desk space but it's nice for the stuff you're focusing on to not be a moving target. Maybe I'll go back to the fancy stuff someday but the good ones are expensive. Wall mounts are the way to go. Provides isolation.
Looks like some thought was given to ergonomics. Yer' body will thank you. Forward head posture and carpal tunnel are rampant, especially mobile side.
Q1: Curious, does the backlit lighting reflected from the wall bother your eyes? I find that I am pretty sensitive to glare these days.
Q2: How many displays can ye' hitch up to that lappie, eh? Cuz if you can go for one more, then mount one in portrait orientation. Or maybe experiement re-orienting the one ya' got. It's the schnizzle for docs or code. @omega is a believer.
Heh, I was wondering when someone would catch on: It's more about the user interface than the hardware, wh/other than I/O and displays, has been conspicuously absent from my little "series".