Things I usually have in my backpack and crossbody bag

As much as I would like to reduce my backpack's weight, it is impossible due to my current situation. First, the computer provided for my work is too underperforming, it's equipped with an intel core i5 ivy bridge, a 12-yo processor. Everytime I want to open my c# solution, it's a pain just to wait for visual studio to load all the projects within. Second, for some reason, the monitor never works for me, I try to power it up just for it to stay on for a few minutes before shutting down completely. And lastly, I have a lot of personal applications that I usually leave it open for the entire day so installing those on a work hardware just doesn't sit very well with me.

So, I have to carry a lot of personal devices back and forth every day.

  • Prescribed pills
  • Huawei bluetooth mouse. This one is battery-powered. Highly recommended. I even use it while playing some games like Fallout new vegas, Minecraft and Identity V.
  • Logitech MX Keys Mini. Actually, I mostly leave this at my desk and only bring it back home on weekends.
  • XPPen Deco L. A drawing tablet from XPPen. A solid product with affordable price. I purchased the wired version because I don't really like the delay in the wireless model. Stylus included.
  • Ipad Mini 6. I initially purchased this for sketching purpose but sometimes, I just straight up do the entire process on it. Also very useful for studying online (udemy for me) and note-taking. Sometimes, when my wireless earbuds start acting up on my laptop, I'll just pair them to the ipad and play youtube videos on it.
  • Xiaomi note 8 pro. Token phone, also for 2FA codes. Planning to replace it with another one.
  • Ajazz AK18. A numpad for drawing assistance. Highly recommended if you're using a drawing tablet.
  • Asus UX3402ZA. My primary laptop, for entertainment, drawing and work. Good purchase with beautiful OLED display. However, some videos proved to be to dark on OLED. Works with Linux too and I'm happy about it. The only downside is thermal dissipation as it only has one fan, yes, only 1 fan for thermal cooling.
  • 3DS XL. Something I just bought recently so I can play some childhood games which I used to play on PC via emulators.
  • An A6 sketchbook, a few pencils, eraser and sharpener. So I can practice drawing. Truth be told, I haven't used it much lately.
  • Edifier TWS1 Pro. My most used earbuds. It's showing its age nowadays.
  • Ugreen Nexode 45W. For charging my phone, earbuds, 3ds and ipad.
  • Anker Nano 65W: For charging my laptop.
  • Baseus Adaman Metal 20.000mAh

Wow, it looks pretty much when I list them out like this.


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