Wood, leather and metal are the core elements of this setup [Setups]


MacBook Air Setup
This setup screams high quality.
Photo: @vigokrumins

Vigo Krumins is a German-based web designer and when it comes to accessories he does not mess around. He collaborates with different high-quality accessory companies to build his dream setup. He says “companies reach out to me and if I like their stuff, we agree that they send me their products and I feature them in my posts giving my honest opinion about them.”

His monitor is a blast from the past. He has an Apple Cinema Display. Even though Apple discontinued them in 2011, the screen quality is still great. The exterior even resembles the Pro XDR display, albeit bulkier. He has the late 2008 version and has no plans to replace it with a newer monitor, unless of course, “Apple will release a cheaper version of the Apple Pro Display XDR.” Keep dreaming Vigo!

Krumins runs his rig off a MacBook Air. While the MacBook Air is a perfectly competent machine, in the future he wants to get the beefier 16-inch MacBook Pro.

He sports the Azio MK Retro Keyboard and Mouse. The MK Retro Keyboard looks like a typewriter from the future. The Azio Retro mouse looks like no other mouse on the market. It has a genuine leather top cover and the thick aluminum wheel makes for a delicious scroll.

Krumins’ setup is also filled with wooden products. His MacBook is perched on top an OakyWood Laptop Deck. His iPad is protected by a Woodcessories EcoFlip iPad Case. His AirPods Pro are charged on the wicked Oakywood Geometric Solid Wood Triple Charging Dock. And his monitor is held up by the Oakywood Monitor Stand.

And when it’s not wood, it’s leather. The Nomad Leather Mouse Pad is made from the famous Harween Leather Tannery. And his AirPods Pro case is the Nomad Rugged Case.

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Via: @vigokrumins

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