Why a steam deck if you're not going outside?
don’t have to get out of bed
but you have a laptop
if we're talking about the perfect hikki setup though, wouldn't it make more sense to put the extra odd 500 dollars into a great laptop rather than a steam deck
A super comfy bed too, something better than all these generic boxed i foam mattresses
>CRT for retro games.
Unless you can fix it yourself, I would strongly advice against this. I don't even know how old these things are now, without any new being made, but they surely are reaching the age where the "blow shit up in your face"-phase begins. I wouldn't want one of those in my living room, it's a ticking time bomb.
>2nd laptop for use as media server
You can also buy Raspberry pi, they are pretty cheap.
CRTs aren't really explosive though
because of this >>7918>>7919
what kinda laptop would you recommend?>>7920
post a picture of what you have in mind please and thanks.>>7921>it's a ticking time bomb.
ive never heard this only that theyre loud, ive already got one if i didnt already have one i wouldnt go out of my way to get one.>You can also buy Raspberry pi, they are pretty cheap.
im not that technologically adept how would one even do this?
same, what kinda chair do you use? i use a basic office chair i want a gamer chair since they seem to have the neck and leg support i need.
t. chronic pain
it wasn't too bad at first but I've been using it for years and I need to take breaks from sitting
have you looked at any chairs/have any in mind in particular?
ive been looking for a chair with a foot rest on it.>>7944
why a laptop if you already have a desktop? same for the minifridge. i don't see it's use if you already have a proper fridge unless you live with your parents or something and don't want to leave your room. but even then, they can be kinda annoying at night so i'd rather not have one.
so i can play games under my covers in my bed.>why a mini-fridge
i dont like leaving my chair or room i sit for days, weeks on end in it.
its rlly difficult to shop for tech as a NEET cause i have different needs as opposed to normalfags, like i cant rlly go to some tech store or furniture store and say "yeah, ill be using this chair or desktop for weeks, months, years straight without turning it off or leaving the house" so which model will work best for me.
>>7948>i dont like leaving my chair or room i sit for days, weeks on end in it.
this will cause very inconvenient health issues later on. in any case, you can just look at reviews online and even order chairs online, no?
>>7948>"yeah, ill be using this chair or desktop for weeks, months, years straight without turning it off or leaving the house" so which model will work best for me.
You need those special 24/7 chairs that I think cost at least thousand bucks as a new one. I found one used once for free, it was pretty comfy.
Cheapskate's Guide is a great website that does exactly what it says on the tin.
I need a mobile chair that's not only comfortable to sit on while but sleep on too.
everything else no
but what will i use in bed? sometimes its too cold or hot and i dont wanna leave my bed thus the need for smaller devices.
maybe if i found a PC stand that could be moved around idk.
what kinda PC would you want/would you recommend? >>7966
you joke, but im considering it. my PC tower already sits on a stand with wheels so im halfway there.
I feel you. It's frustrating when I ask techies a simple question, but they leave me with more questions than answers.
The beauty of old monitors is that you can stare at them for hours at night without too much eye strain. Modern (insert new acronym here) monitors have so many lumens they could burn a hole through cardboard.
There is not and never will be a tech board for people like you. Sometimes you just can't help but go barking up the wrong tree though. It's like being told to go back to Tom's Hardware on HardForum.
>>7980>people like you
Nta but why are you on this board?
I cannot recommend getting a bigger portable battery pack enough. Since I stay without power regularly (voluntarily or not) it's awesome to have something with a 100 Watt USB-C port to charge whatever I need, be it my laptop, phones, lights, radios or even reviving rechargeable batteries.
You can get "palm"-sized 150Wh boxes with Li-ion cells and passive cooling for about $120 new. And yes, small "phone powerbanks" are overrated, they suck.
I can't afford this
- Mid tier PC or laptop
- Comfy bed and heavy weighted blanket
- Recycled old PS2 controller
- Bookshelf for vidya, pirated CDs, books
- Trash can to dispose of waste and semen
- Plushies and blankets
- Hidden crawl space
explain this to me like im a retarded child please, what would you consider a mid-tier PC?>>7985
in that line of thought, itd be nice to have a satelite laptop just in case.