A 92-key wireless keyboard+mouse combination.
With a lithium-ion battery and charging cable, broad compatibility and tiny-but-functional size, this is an inexpensive and handy device.
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These are high-quality pens which use ceramic-tipped water-based refills.
When my Kyocera pen ran out of ink, I explored some other pens. Unfortunately, I fell in love with the Bic VelocityGel. It's not a fancy pen, so it lacks the sort of ritualization of a very high quality pen and a pen with a cap. But its ink and the writing experience are spectacular.
These are high-quality notebooks with archival quality paper.
Much of my writing is pen and paper, and it turns out that good paper also matters a lot. I'm perfectly comfortable with cheap paper in a three-ring binder, but I want something much better for travel and for long-term storage. A bookshelf of these little notebooks also look a hell of a lot better than binders.
I write short stories. On paper. With a pen.
One of the obvious questions one would have come to mind when seeing me work is "Why use pen and paper?" In an era of computers and sophisticated writing software, isn't the pen obsolete? Not even close.
A tool-free dock. Plug a hard drive in like a floppy. Does not support hot swapping, but doesn't need to. Turn it off, plug in a hard drive, turn it on.
Has two front-facing IDE ports.
This is an eSATA dual hdd docking station.
Purchased so my Raspberry Pi and then CubieTruck could have good storage.
Has both a USB and an EIDE connector. I bought it for the latter.
Using two hard drives simultaneously requires a USB port which has "port duplication", a feature which, sadly, my motherboard didn't have.