Luke Peluso runs a mid-sized IT company from his desk so organization is essential. He has to be in constant communication with his team and his clients. That is why he uses both a MacBook and an iPad: the MacBook for work, and the iPad for communication.
His MacBook is a 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro and he primarily uses it for “agency management type software and few Windows-only apps.” The iPad is the 2019 iPad Pro that he uses with a Brydge Pro+ Wireless Keyboard. The iPad is for “iMessage and Zoom meetings,” Peluso says, and that having “separate large device just for communications is very helpful.”
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Both the MacBook and iPad are supported by a pair of Twelve South Curve MacBook Stands. Peluso has an amazing 34-inch LG UltraWide monitor, and his only complaint is that the monitor’s stand is not sturdy enough.
A USB-C Hub from Hedge Docks is covertly hidden underneath his MacBook stand giving him a plethora of ports.
For peripherals, Peluso has an Apple Magic Trackpad 2 that he pairs with a Microsoft Surface Mobile Mouse and a Surface Keyboard. A trackpad does not have to replace the mouse altogether, but instead should compliment it with its easy slide and swipe capabilities.
For audio, Peljuso has the Beats Studio 3 headphones. They are conveniently stored on top an AIGEL Headphones Stand. He also sports the impeccable AirPods Pro, which he charges on a Belkin Charging Pad.
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- Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones ($200)
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- Belkin Wireless Charger ($40)
Via: Submitted personally by Luke Peluso.
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