I often get asked about my computing setup—so I created this page to link it whenever. Also because I’ve seen it on other sites, and I don’t want to miss out.
Asus ROG Flow X13 (2021): 13.4” 4K, Ryzen 9 5900HS, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Nvidia GTX 1650 Max-Q. Even more future proof than the Envy—evidently. Runs Linux quite well; not sure about BSD.
HP Envy 13 (2017): 13.3” FHD, i5 8250u, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD. A comfy, fairly future-proof machine that happens to support Linux/BSD incredibly well out-of-the-box. And macOS for the most part—which happens to be what it currently runs via OpenCore.
Ferricy: 34-key wireless split keyboard designed by me, based on the Ferris Sweep. See: https://github.com/icyphox/ferricy
Logitech Ergo M575: Wireless ergonomic thumb trackball mouse.
realme Buds Air 3s: El-cheapo TWS, great for running or at the gym.
iPhone 13 mini: The only actually small phone in the market.
Kindle KT4: Jailbroken using WatchThis and running KOReader.
old hardware (no longer in active use)
Ducky One 2 SF: 65% mechanical keyboard, Cherry MX Speed Silver switches and blank DSA keycaps. I’ve written about it in detail here.
Lotus58: Split-ortho mechanical keyboard, Gazzew Boba LT switches.
NixOS: Had to switch to a Linux distribution for work, and this seemed liked the least-shit choice. I can’t claim I understand even half of Nix (the language), but it gets the job done.
KDE Plasma: KDE on Wayland is pretty seamless. And wobbly windows.
tmux: Most of my actual window management happens here.
And the dotfiles for all software
mentioned, and more. You might be interested in the
old branch for my