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Hey what is up my name is Keo, and welcome to my channel if you're new

here i'm a university student and in this video i'll be taking you through a

tour of my Desk Setup for 2020.

My desk has gone through pretty big changes in terms of

where things are placed from primary school to high school to

university. And because i can actually afford what is on my desk right now

I feel like this setup is the most comfortable and pleasing to me

there are three things that i go for for my desk setup that is aesthetics,

ergonomics and productivity.

So we'll start off with the desk

I can't really tell you too much information about it because it has

literally been here for more than 10 years ever since we moved into the house

but it still holds up pretty nicely there are a few dents and scratches here

and there but overall it still looks nice and I like

the fact that it's white and looks clean then we move on to the second most

important thing on the desk which is my laptop

I feel like this is a due upgrade since I have been using my old laptop for

almost five years now and it's still good for everyday work but it's just

too slow for my workflow and I felt like i needed an upgrad e once i get into university.

This laptop is the Asus ROG Zephyrus GU502

It's a little over a year old but for

any of you that are interested this beast is running the

i7 9750H processor and RTX 2060 graphics

It also has 32GBs of ram

and 1TB of SSD storage

I might have gone overkill with the

specs but i'm sure it will last maybe five or six years hopefully even

more with these specs

As for peripherals personally i like the

wireless experience, it makes the desk less cluttered so i went for a

wireless mouse and keyboard

the mouse that i have is the Logitech G602

I've used it for almost four years now and I like it because it's ergonomic

there are lots of customizable buttons on the side and you can set

macro keys to them which really improves my productivity

the keyboard that I have is the Anne Pro 2 mechanical keyboard

this keyboard is probably one of my best purchases this year because it just

makes the typing experience much more satisfying and enjoyable especially when

i'm subjected to type long essays when there's school

I bought this off carousel for half the original price because

I'm broke af and originally the keyboard is white but I decided to

get some off-market black pudding keycaps so it kind of offsets the table

a bit and looks more contrasting with the white desk

it has per-key RGB lighting and via software you can customize it to

whatever you want

The pudding keycaps really makes the RGB pop

when it gets dark so i think it looks pretty neat

*typing asmr*

Then we move on to accessories

To the left of my laptop there is a

charger/speaker dock and on it there is a 3rd Gen iPad

They're both a gift from my aunt and I use it only for playing music

because the speakers on it is crisp and clear even on lower volumes

I used to dock my iPod on there but it's just too hard to use the small controls

so i settled with the iPad instead

To the right of my rolling laptop cart china (

there is my favorite thing on my desk which is a desk light

I absolutely love it, it's cute af

and I feel like it adds character to my desk setup

especially at night when I don't need to use the main bedroom light

I can just turn this light on and gives out a nice warm ambience

on the back of my laptop there is a small ledge on which i put anything

miscellaneous on it just for decoration purposes like a fake ikea plant

a crystal ball a fidget cube and my brother's broken phone

this ledge also acts as a good alcove to hide the cables

To keep my table as clutter free as possible i tried to minimize the amount

of visible cables on the desk to do that i routed my laptop charger

behind the speaker and both of these wires run up the corner of the table up

to the main plugs which is on the shelf above my desk

to keep myself comfortable while sitting at my table for many hours a day

especially now, I have invested in a few things

an office chair, a foot rest and a laptop stand

both the height and the armrest of the chair is fully adjustable and I

especially like the recline lock on the chair so I can adjust to my liking while

I'm doing different tasks

but typically i like to recline a bit

while I work or game (mostly game) just because it's much more comfortable

To keep the monitor at eye level I bought

a laptop stand and stacked my high school notes at the bottom to raise the laptop

It improves cooling of the laptop and

you don't have to crane over to view the screen

which is not really good for your neck…

While I enjoy the somewhat minimal

design to my desk I still wanted to add some character to my workspace

so on the left hand side where the wardrobe door meets the table

I have stuck things that I found meaningful on it like cards, polaroid

some watches and some kpop related items just to add a bit of color and character

into the space

On the right side of the table there is

a shelf where I put the rest of my stuffs

on the top there's a lot of playing cards some books and notebooks

in the middle is where I put my everyday carry like wallet earbuds

and portable charger

on the bottom there are toiletries

cases for my glasses and other miscellaneous things

The more time that I spend on my desk the more I think about how I can improve

my desk setup both aesthetically and ergonomically

without compromising my wallet and what I need on a daily basis

As for laptop stand for desk factory now I'm more than pleased with my desk setup

I'll type out most of

the items you saw in the description down below if you are interested in any of them

Hope this video inspired a look to you guys

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And if you have any questions,

feel free to ask them in the comments

and I'll try my best to answer them

that's it for this video

Hope to see you in the next one :)

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