>thermaltake level 10
>what looks like a graphics tablet in use as a mousemat
>leds along the bottom of the monitor
>two seperate headphone stands
>no visible speakers, therefore shit sound
The mask is not the problem.
This reminds me of a time where I was pulling wires, and I had been done for a few weeks, and they had the drywall up
Then some fuckwad takes a circular saw and cuts right through all of them. The client didn't want to pay for all the wires to be repulled, and they didn't want me to jump them, so I ended up putting the box on the ceiling.
Fucking power supply cords man.
Always. When will we get a standard low voltage supply?
USB kinda did it but 5V just doesn't do it for everything.
Ditch the TTL standard, 12V for the future!
yea, I'm drunk.
>They can easily run something lightweight like a low-usage webserver og nagios. No need for expensive hardware.
Why not just run that shit on the fucking computer that stands on the floor?
I use my raspberry pis for making easy interfaces for shit I make with GPIO. If I wanted to run low-usage server software, I would just fire up some VMs on my server (or my desktop if I didn't have a server).
Can't find the one I was thinking of, so you get this one as a runner-up.
>Why not just run that shit on the fucking computer that stands on the floor?
So you can easily reboot / shut down your main desktop without losing any functionality.
>If I wanted to run low-usage server software, I would just fire up some VMs on my server
Not everyone has the hardware or money to run a standalone server, and they want the accessibility of not running it on their main computer. A pi is cheap both in hardware and power drain, and works excellent for simple tasks.
I'd like to enjoy me some Chinese bitch's backdoor, if you know wut I mean. Eh? Know wut I mean?
This autist don't know wut I mean.