Does anyone else suffer from G.A.S - Gear (or Gadget) Acquistion Syndrome or is it just me.
Im just looking on my desk (and bearing in mind i get to play with Consumer and Enterprise Tech for a living as well as other things), i think i may have too toys
I currently have
2 x Ipad Pro's (although one used to be my mums before she passed and i cant bring myself to wipe it)
1 x Work Surface Book 2
1 x Personal Surface Book 2
Samsung Galaxy Fold
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G (work)
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
OnePlus 7 Pro
Planet Computers Gemini
Planet Computers Cosmo
iPhone 6 (work)
A box of retro phones including Nokia's and a Motorola MPX
I think i have a problem lol
Me too @Bambino
I blame it on working for a mobile phone shop over 20 years ago... that when it all started...
Ahh the days of just 4 simple mobile networks one2one (my first ever network), orange, BT Cellnet and Vodafone..
My names Andy and i suffer from GAS (doesnt sound right) lol
I think I can beat that list:
2 monitors and 1 small screen
1 work laptop (connected to the above screens all used daily)
2 Android phones
a couple of external hard drives and one external storage unit
2 active routers (4G and one powerline connected through the house)
1 mini amplifier
1 Nix color detector
1 usb microscope
1 usb powerpoint dongle
Numerous screwdrivers & Numerous pens, pencils in mugs
1 drum trigger
1 Raspberry Pi (model 3B I think) and a Pi Zero
2x Patchblocks synthesisers
2 staplers one of which is staple-less which as about awesome as it gets in paper attaching.
A couple more mini-amps powered by USB powerbanks
A scientific calculator
A video camera
And as I'm testing a few thing out for another project, a load of CAT5 keystones and Audio Baluns. Just got a couple of video capture cards to play about with this morning as well.
Oh and a labelling machine and a magnifying glass. Yet there is still space on my desk
Around my office, I have even more gadgets and bits - I also have a small cupboard and shelf unit with even more things that I've forgotten I've bought (mainly electronic components and oddly Raspberry Pi's) for projects I'm slowly finishing.
Saying that, I also have a severe case of CCD: Cable Collecting Disorder. There's two 42 litre storage boxes of them!
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