With many of us working from home and gaming in the same space, I've grown to love my setup that allows me to switch between my work machine and gaming PC on the same display, keyboard, and mouse with the Viewsonic VP2771. The only problem is -- that display is only 60hz.
So, I'm in the market for a new work + gaming monitor with this criteria below and found them pretty difficult to find:
1440p resolution for QHD gaming
144hz+ refresh rate w/ FreeSync or G-SYNC
USB-C PD input for use with notebooks (specifically MacBooks)
DP + HDMI ports for other sources
2+ USB ports for peripherals + USB-B output to PC
Built-in KVM switch between USB-C and USB-B
There's exactly 1 solid and affordable option: the Gigabyte M27Q, but I'm not impressed with the overall quality in reviews.
The Eve Spectrum is on its way this spring it looks like, going above and beyond these features with a 240hz option and many of the same features, coming out of a...
I would LOVE to have a Spyderco dragonfly 2 Drop exclusive on one of the most iconic model in Spyderco. Maybe like the super gold steel that drop did with delica. The color on the scale can be the drop color. That will be awesome! Picture is me dragonfly collections in various color and steels
Hey everyone I hope your week is going well. I was wondering if anyone in the community has experience with Gerlach watches? I would love to see a few of their line show here on Drop some day. I know they wouldn't be everyone's cup of tea, but they are unique in that I don't believe I have seen any Polish made watches here before. Well, I don't know that I have seen Polish watches anywhere LOL!
And this isn't either of them!
The Pandas we're talking about here, are watches, not bears. And what got me thinking about them (again) was a link posted this morning by @cm.rook who pointed a few of us to the very attractive (and not terribly priced) Yema "Rallygraph" Panda which, in it's most traditional arrangement, looks like the one on the left, but can also be had in the version on the right:
The model on the left is a true Panda, while the model on the right is called a reverse Panda.
The reason for that distinction is clear--Panda bears, only come in the first arrangement.
Now, at this point, everyone should be thinking about the most well-know Panda, The Rolex Panda, which is actually a Daytona, and among Rolex Daytonas, the most famous of which is the Paul Newman Daytona, which was famous first, because it was Paul's, and second because it sold at auction for $17.8 million (US Dollars).
The story of that auction is well-known so I'll only...