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No reason why you shouldn't have the same setup at home.

Or, IMHO, at all.




I'm lucky enough personally to have a custom-constructed dedicated office at home. Though, truth be told, I do a lot of my day to day work just on my laptop. The desktop is mostly for both work and personal AV/photo editing.

However, for a lot of people, their workspace at home is a table in a corner someplace and they don't really have room to setup a keyboard tray, multiple big monitors, etc.


I don't envy them, especially that I've been through such an arrangement and the second order effects got me in trouble at work more than once.




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