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: Samsung ls34c500gauxen

After many years of my 24'' LG Ultrawide, it was time for an upgrade. It served me well, however, it lacked of real estate. I use a 27'' 16:9 in the office and realized that it was more confortable working in a physically taller display, but I didn't want to lose the benefits of Ultrawide. So, after much considering, I upgraded to this 34'' Ultrawide. Also, it has PiP, which is a feature I always wanted in my monitor.

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

Mouse: Logitech MX Master 2s - If you want the latest version Logitech MX Master 3

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: Acer Aspire 5 A515-57 (The link belongs a to close model because I couldn't find the exact one on Amazon)

This is a small upgrade from my past laptop, (Lenovo Ideapad 330-15ICH) Unlike the Lenovo, this one doesn't have dedicated graphics but in exchange it's a step forwards in every other spec. From i5 8th Gen to i7 12th Gen... from 20GB DDR4 (8GB not serviceable) 2400 to 32GB DDR4 3200 fully serviceable. From NVMe PCI-e GEN 3 (950 PRO) to Gen 4 (980 PRO) and an extra M.2 slot Gen 3 in case I want to expand. And the most important thing to me, the reason I didn't mind droping the dedicated graphics, is Thunderbolt 4, which allows me to have an eGPU in case I want to go back gaming.

RAM: Corsair Vengeance SODIMM 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3200MHz

This is the RAM I've added to my notebook. No complains.

NVMe SSD: Samsung 980 Pro

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.

ThunderBolt Dock: CalDigit TS3 Thunderbolt Hub

This is one of the main reasons why I've changed my laptop. I want to have more ports, and less cables. This dock does exactly what I want, it adds 15 ports, charges my laptop over the same cable. Couldn't recommend enough, it is one of the best purchases of this year.

Software & Services

OS: Windows 11 Pro - Plain Simple... Windows 11.

VPN: Private Internet Access

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 🐱‍👤

Payments: Curve

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. Update: It now limits to two cards and doesn't have cashback until you subscribe. Check plans here It's still usefull when you have a card which is not supported by wallets.


  • 03/12/2022 - Changed Laptop, RAM, NVMe and Windows links and description.
  • 23/11/2023 - Changed USB Hub > Thunderbolt Dock and Upgraded monitor.