Workspace With Triple Monitor in Confined Spaces
We used to have small workspaces, but Edrei’s reader space is impressively small, but at the same time it has a ton of great equipment. Three monitors, an adjustable mouse pad and writing surface, and even some keyboard offset and backlighting are all one way or another. Here are some more photos.
The photo above is a snapshot of the entire workspace and we’re still surprised that it managed to accommodate three displays. He notes:
It’s been over a year since I last showed my desktop, and I thought I’d show it again given that I made a few changes to it.
- Added a glass shelf to the side of the desk so I can place the keyboard and HOTAS.
- I don’t have a backlit mechanical keyboard (I bought mine before it was trendy, and mechanical keyboards last forever), so I attached an LED strip to the underside of the desk ledge. The problem has been resolved.
- On the left side there is a movable table for the gaming keyboard. This is a wooden board wall monitor arm attached to the table leg. The headphones are suspended from this table with screws.
- A second, longer, movable desk handle on the right side for mouse and writing, as it becomes more inconvenient to write with a keyboard in the path of the desk. The movable table is of great importance.
Love the customizable keyboard on the left and the space he made for the joystick on the right, but this is an adjustable desk that really impresses. Here’s a shot of him using it as a writing desk:
And here he uses it as the perfect spot for his mouse pad when he doesn’t have to write on it, swinging to the side and turning over to make it easier to put his hand on:
It’s a pretty nice customization, and while the desktop bracket is the star of the show, it even made room for the keyboard backlight, just to keep things beautiful:
It’s a great view and a good way to place all your peripherals and everything else in a small space – it looks like it could be a closet or another nook tucked away in a much larger room. If you love the look as much as we do, head over to his Flickr page (link below) and sing the praises to yourself.
If you have your own workspace to show off, share it with us by adding it to our Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Flickr pool . Make sure all photos you add are at least 1280×720 in size. Maintaining their 16: 9 aspect ratio also helps! Include a little text about what you used, how you came up with the design, and any other important details. If your smart organization and good design flair are striking, you could be the next workplace ambassador!