Leda's New Apple-Centric Home Office Configuration

Leda's New Apple-Centric Home Office Configuration

Range Govindan
Sep 6, 2010

The last time we heard from Leda, she was busy reorganizing her home office into the perfect home office. We were amazed at how many different configurations she had tried in a short amount of time. Now, she's back with her latest home office. We think that they just keep getting better and better.

If you spend a lot of time working from home, it's important to find the best possible way to arrange your workstation. This is the principle that Leda has been using over the last few years. She's a dentist from Istanbul, and she loves Macs. Last time, we were amazed at how clean her workstation looked. This time around, she hid most of her additional peripherals under her desk, which was custom-made for her place. The rest of her furniture comes from IKEA.

The Belkin USB hub is mainly used to access the three HDs that she uses, that are neatly tucked away in a cabinet. The TwelveSouth BookBook is a nice addition to her mobile setup. Its a case that makes her MacBook Pro look like a notebook.

- Acer 24" widescreen monitor P243W
- Apple MacBook Pro 13"
- iPad 32GB WiFi with Speck case
- iPhone 3GS 32GB
- Apple Bluetooth keyboard
- Apple Magic Mouse
- JBL Spot 2.1 speakers
- Belkin USB Hub
- WD My Studio 2TB
- WD 1TB external HD
- Samsung 500 GB in Thermaltake enclosure
- HP C7180 All-in-one printer
- Twelvesouth BookBook

That's quite a lot of tech to pack in an office, which is based on a single laptop. That goes to show that you don't need to have a desk cluttered with peripherals. You can easily hide them away in cabinets and still manage to make your desk looks awesome.

[all photos via Psleda]

Leda's Last Home Office Configurations

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