Mac Setup: Desk of a Masters Student

Nov 11, 2012 - 10 Comments

Mac desk of a Masters Student

This weeks Mac setup comes to us from Mike L., a Masters student in International Relations who uses his Apple gear for coursework, research, photo and video editing, and some fun too. Hardware shown includes:

  • MacBook Pro 15″ with Retina display – 2.6GHz Core i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD
  • Iiyama 22″ Full HD LCD Display
  • iPad 2 16GB
  • Apple Wireless Keyboard
  • Apple Wireless Mouse
  • XBox 360
  • 1TB Western Digital MyPassport external hard drive
  • Logitech speakers

The addition of the secondary display has boosted productivity, and it also provides for a great way to enjoy some downtime as it serves double-duty as a display for the Xbox.

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  1. Mike says:

    Reminds me of my college days… study study study with a side of video games and partying… oh the good old days! :)

  2. Dennis says:

    What is the name of the clock app running on the iPad?

  3. B.R. says:

    I want that clock app on my Ipad whats the name?

  4. Dennis says:

    I think I found the clock app: “Quick Alarm” by Diesel Puppet.
    http://dieselpuppet.com/?portfolios=quick-alarm

  5. Palmiro Pajassi says:

    Masters Student or rich student?

  6. Wanna be student again :)

  7. Matt says:

    There seems to be something missing. There is video showing on the monitor but no corresponding cable connecting the monitor to the laptop. Of course it could be desktop airplay but there doesn’t appear to be an Apple TV in the setup.

    Or it could be photoshopped.

  8. Rob says:

    There is a black HDMI cable plugged into the right side of the laptop running to the monitor.

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