My current home setup, with old hardware because money. :/ I'm left-handed, so the Fujitsu T5010 goes on the left. The main body is actually underneath the LCD monitor - a boring 1280x1024 19". (There's a clipboard underneath it to prevent accidental keypresses). To the right is my favorite keyboard in the world, a Logitech K810, along with a very old corded mouse because it feels better than any other mouse I've tried. But the weird layout is ultimately dictated by the monstrous elephant in the room - a bulky and heavy 21" IBM Trinitron CRT. I run it at 2048x1536i, where it's a shockingly good match for the 1280x1024 LCD when zoomed at 150%. The resolution of this display is nice, but in order for me to take advantage of it I need to sit up close to it. This prevented me from placing my T5010 directly in front of it--or really, beneath it. I mean, I could have folded the T5010 into tablet mode, but this would introduce a lot of thickness above the desk surface. It's an ugly kludge to place the T5010 further to the left than I would really like. Someday, I hope to upgrade to a Seiki 39" 4K display, which would neatly replace both monitors. It could be further back so I could center my tabletPC underneath it. I'll need to upgrade to a tabletPC that can output 4K, though...not sure what yet...what's the cheapest used tabletPC that can output 4K@30hz to HDMI?