What you see is the 3rd design attempt of this case. The main component is a set of 3, 4K USBC touchscreens that are 15.6" in size. I would've gone with 120Hz 17.3" 1440p if I had the option. Each screen uses around 7W on average (20% brightness).
- Using 1 connected to a 3 metre cable allows an always-charging-tablet-like experience (I've always wanted to own a Victorious/iCarly XL Pear Pad).
- Using 2 connected to 3m cables allows for a dual screen laptop experience (inspired by the concept laptops that never reach the market)
- Using 3 connected with 1m cables and mounted onto Teti is for the desktop experience. I don't think I'd need 3, but I can say that having 3 boost "hacker vibes" to make using the bottom two screens feel more productive.
I dislike ultrawide setups due to the horizontal space and neck-turning needed, as well as monitor light coming in from the sides of my vision, so I'm mounting the 3 screens verticaly (which has around the same surface area as a curved 27" monitor in portrait orientation). This was partially inspired by the #T^2 Tiles [gd0095].
The system uses a Z590I Vision D ITX, which happened because AMD was out of stock of their 5900x for months after release and this ITX board came out with my wishlist IO panel, unlike the AMD options. I went with an 11600K I got for £219. I was also able to get an FE 3060TI in June 2021. A Gigabyte Titan Ridge is used for the other 2 USBC output ports for the screens. Other parts include:
- 64GB 3200Mhz Blackout DDR4 RAM (that I got for £193.49)
- Corsair SF750 PSU
- Adata SX8200 2TB SSD
The keyboard and mouse project is #Tetent [gd0090] (though I'd also like to use #Tetent Timespy [gd0136]) and the backpack to carry it is called #TetInventory [gd0039]. For now, I intend to print it on the CR600S (see #Revolving Hotend [gd0012] and #Printer Repair [gd0137]).