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Groovemaster17

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My new MacBook Pro setup at the office. Enjoy, and let me know if there's any questions.
 

mwalter

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My new MacBook Pro setup at the office. Enjoy, and let me know if there's any questions.

Looks great. It looks like the laptop's display blocks part of the monitors. Is that the case? Do you find yourself craining your neck to look at the external displays?
 

kinster

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I will post my setup when it arrives.

Got my dongle with Thunderbolt to hook it up to my Display. Also need a dongle to connect to my ASUS PG348Q 21:9 display. It might get messy.
 
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Groovemaster17

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Looks great. It looks like the laptop's display blocks part of the monitors. Is that the case? Do you find yourself craining your neck to look at the external displays?
Only slightly,... I'm used to it so I don't even realize it.
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Damn, what do you do?
I'm a solutions engineer. Basically, I test a lot of different IT environments. The large displays help for running multiple VMs at the same time
 

Abazigal

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Looks that way lol.... actually, behind those monitors it's a nightmare!

Yeah. I learnt that when setting up an external monitor and thunderbolt dock at my workstation. There is no getting away from wires. You can only stuff them somewhere discrete and hope nobody sees them.
 

Mr. Dee

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Looks wicked! Will be me in about 5 years, waiting on Tigerlake and still trying to put my 2015 to good use, LOL! Enjoy!
 
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