Anyone who's spent time in Asia knows that space is a valuable commodity, and you often end up in places that are quite smaller than in North America. That didn't stop an enterprising reader from coming up with his perfect triple-screen workstation setup.
To give you an idea, this all fits in a small room in a tiny Tokyo apartment. ハク managed to fit a cool desk, shelves, three monitors, some nice artwork and sculptures in this tiny space.
His setup includes a hidden Nintendo Wii, and two external hard drives which are also smartly hidden, three screens, and some audio equipment, which is really surprising. Although there is a lot of stuff, this setup doesn't look too cluttered. In fact, with some smart cable management, it looks awesome.
The plants are a nice touch and add a bit of green in this technological space. He doesn't have a Mac, but an Acer, but that doesn't stop him from using an Apple wireless keyboard and a Kensington Expert Mouse Trackball.
All in all, it's a sweet setup in a limited space, probably giving you pause about that gigantic home office desk that you've always wanted. Smaller home offices are very interesting because of the limited space that is available.