This small section is basically a profile of sorts for the gadgetry and technology that I frequently use. Like most self-proclaimed techno-geeks out there, I also like to list out all the gadgetry that I own and list them down here. The purpose of this section is not to show off my stuff. The basic purpose here is to simply list down the stuff I own and frequently use and let people know that even the old stuff can still be useful. I’ll even list down the software that I currently own and use, not that it’s important.



  • MODEL: Dell Inspiron One 2020
  • TYPE: All-In-One Desktop (non-touchscreen)
  • ACQUIRED: February 1st, 2014
  • PROCESSOR: Intel Pentium (2.60 GHz)
  • MEMORY: 4.0 GB DDR3
  • VIDEO CARD: Intel HD Integrated Graphics
  • AUDIO: Sound Card w/ Built-in Speakers
  • OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 10 1
  • INCLUDES: DVD-RW drive, 2 USB slots, microphone jack, speaker jack, SD card slot, built-in wi-fi modem, network jack
  • INTERNET CONNECTION: ADSL with Home-based Wireless Connection
  • ISP: AT&T
    • Seagate Backup Plus Portable Drive 1TB
    • Seagate Expansion Portable Drive 2TB
    • Canon PIXMA MG6620 All-in-One Printer/Scanner/Copy Machine
    • WACOM Intuos Pen and Touch Small Tablet CTH-490 2
  • MAIN PURPOSE: Multimedia and (light) gaming system


  • MODEL: Dell Inspiron 15 7000 (7548)
  • TYPE: 15″ Touchscreen Laptop 3
  • ACQUIRED: September 16, 2015
  • PROCESSOR: Intel Core i7 5th Generation (4M cache, up to 3.00 GHz)
  • MEMORY: 16GB Dual Channel DDR3L 1600MHz
  • HARD DRIVE: 256GB Mobility Solid State Drive
  • VIDEO CARD: AMD Radeon R7 M270 4GB DDR3
  • AUDIO: (same as my desktop)
  • OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 8.1 4 10
  • INCLUDES: (same as desktop, except for the DVD-RW drive. I do all my “multimedia” stuff on my desktop anyways…)
  • MISCELLANEOUS PERIPHERALS: Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball 5
  • MAIN PURPOSE: web development and local staging/testing environment, some multimedia when needed, some gaming



  • MODEL: Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  • COLOR: Ocean Blue
  • TYPE: Android
  • ACQUIRED: October 2018
  • MAIN PURPOSE: Replacement for my previous phone, the very old (and very much dead) HTC Desire. It’s a serious major upgrade.
  • OTHER INFO: Received birthday money from family members and used the money as the down payment for a better phone than the dying one that I had. Now I can do a lot of things with it besides phone calls, social media, watching videos, and playing games.


  • MODEL: Amazon Kindle Fire 5th Generation
  • COLOR: Black
  • TYPE: Fire OS 5 (based on the Android OS)
  • ACQUIRED: Dec 2015
  • FEATURES: Quad-core 1.3 GHz, 7″ screen size, 1024 x 600 screen resolution, 1025 MB RAM, 4.0 LE Bluetooth, built-in microphone, 2MP front and rearview cameras with an HD video camera

    • Charger
    • USB Cable
    • Screen Protector
    • leather cover with stand
    • Stylus
    • Headphones
  • MAIN PURPOSE: Reading textbooks/reference books for studies, online studying (some through mobile apps), mobile gaming, social media on the go, blogging (on the go), digital sketching (on the go), note-taking (on the go)
    This was a Christmas present to me by my brother. For a “low-scale” version of the Kindle Fire 7″, this little one really does pack a punch. Most of the apps I downloaded are all for production and some light gaming, but I find myself using my new Kindle for reading, studying, and quick social media. My only gripe with this one is that I can’t download any apps from Google Play, especially the necessities such as Instagram and YouTube. I looked for other options to get it posted to my Instagram account, but to no avail. I baptized it with the name Spark Joy, based on the Kindle book I just recently finished reading. 6


On the sidenote . . .

  1. as of 8/19/2015
  2. as of 9/23/2015
  3. I’m not using  the “touch” feature of this laptop though…
  4. factory default
  5. I forgot to add in a mouse when I ordered my laptop. I decided to go to “ergonomics” and bought a wireless trackball instead.
  6. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Recommended reading if your life is a “complete mess.”