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3. Upgrade

posted Feb 21, 2010, 7:45 PM by Bill Bai

My new closet desk setup with Third Hand ++ siting on the desk.
So I was getting a bit annoyed with the low shelf that was installed in my closet.  It was just getting in the way.  So I went and got a 2 shelf kit from Walmart and put it up in my closet.

Closet Desk Upgrade


2. Closet Desk

posted Feb 3, 2010, 11:28 AM by Bill Bai   [ updated Feb 4, 2010, 12:05 AM ]

As you can see, the computer desk provided by College Station is not very large.  Compounded by the fact that I have a big monitor and a bunch of computer peripherals.  Still, not a whole lot of room to work with.
(I now have 2 monitors on my desk.  My roommate John got sick of using two monitors so he's lending me his extra one)

So I hopped on down to Wal-Mart and picked up a small computer desk for ~$20.  Pretty simple to put together, and now I have a nice workstation/desk for my myriad of electrical engineering supplies in my closet.

It actually works pretty well.  I just slide my computer chair over and I can work on my various projects.

1. Lack of Space

posted Feb 2, 2010, 3:39 AM by Bill Bai   [ updated Feb 4, 2010, 12:04 AM ]

A while ago I realized that I needed another desk in my room to supplement my computer desk.  The main issue was that I did not want to be working on my EE stuff (soldering, circuit building, etc) on my computer desk or out in the living room.  Thus the only solution was to get another desk.  But the tricky part was where to put it......

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