Setup & Recommendations
I've been asked about some of my stuff so... why not share it with everyone? *contains affiliate links
Headphones: Sennheiser HD 450BT - Wireless & Wired
Great quality, I've had them since 2017 and still working great.
In-Ear Headphones: Sony WF1000XM3
This is a quite jump in audio quality from my original Redmi Buds. I'll have to test the noise cancelling further in the streets, but I'm already enjoying them.
Screen: LG 25UM58-P
Having at least 1080p is great. Also, being ultrawide helps with having the website next to the IDE.
Keyboard: Logitech MX Keys Advanced
I've changed my K780 with this because I needed a full keyboard to work. Also, its build quality is outstanding. +backlight +multiple devices
Great mouse, works on every surface I put it on, the wheel is fantastic and have some combinations with the MX Keys that adds a lot of functionality.
Notebook: Lenovo Ideapad 330-15ICH
This is my personal computer at the moment, works great. However I've made a couple of changes, I changed the only RAM stick (4GB) that is user replaceable with a 16GB stick and take it to 20GB and I've added my NVMe SSD as my OS drive (both will be shown down below). 1080p screen + GTX 1050-4GB (not shared) is more than enough for my casual gaming. After using it intensively for more than two years it stills holds up great.
This is the RAM I've added to my notebook. No complains.
NVMe SSD: Samsung 970 Pro
I actually have the 950 Pro but I couldn't find it in Amazon, however if I had to buy a new one I'll go with this one. Once you go NVMe you don't go back to a regular SSD.
Laptop base: ivoler aluminium base
Allows me to have the laptop screen at the same height as the monitor.
Powerbank: Xiaomi POWERBANK REDMI
For some reason I cannot find the link for the 20000MAh version, which is the one I have. However, I highly recommend this one.
Great hub, excellent build quality and has HDMI output.
Software & Services
OS: Windows 10 - Plain Simple... Windows 10.
Everytime I'm in a coffee shop or an airport I use this VPN to encrypt my conection. I also use it in places where streaming services like Spotify are blocked 🐱👤
Curve is great for a couple of reasons. It merges all your credit and debit cards into a single one, so you don't have to bring a hefty wallet everywhere. It also makes cards that are not compatible with Google/Apple Pay compatible and that's awesome. Furthermore, it has cashback for some services that can be combined with your own cards' benefits.