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You can use any of the office desks in our “living room”!
📶 Wifi network/password info is on the sticky note on the router. No caps/spaces/numbers.
All 3 desks are sit-stand, and the 2 drafting chairs can be adjusted accordingly.

Air conditioning (summer)

You probably don’t need to change the temperature (should be set to ~70). I like to just toggle between “energy saver” (when I’m in the office or when I’ve gone out) and “cool” (when I’m going to sleep or feel extra warm for some reason). It’s an 8K BTU which is overspec’d for this tiny apartment, so it cools pretty quickly.

Lights

The slider switch in the living room is connected to the LED strip around the sound absorbers, and take a second to come on. Make sure the slider is maxed all the time.
At the kitchen entrance, one is the living room ceiling light, the other is the kitchen light.
There’s two WiFi plugs connected to big white LED arrays with a button (blue LED) which is also a button to turn them on/off:
one in the corner at the window
one above tobi’s water fountain
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The glowy blue power icon is a switch on the wifi plug. Push to turn on/off
This plug may not be exactly here, but plugged into it and somewhere nearby

Keerthik’s work desk (big curved monitor)

You can simply connect via the USB-C cable to use this monitor.
Please do not raise the height of this desk above 102” on the table’s display, any higher would strain the cables to the power strip connected to the wall.

Keerthik’s main station (3 monitor)

The right-most monitor has a USB-C cable you can use like the work monitor. As always, the HDMI cable is an option too.
There is a Yamaha soundbar installed under the desk, with its remote on the desk. You can bluetooth pair to this if you want to party it up.
Please do not raise the height of this desk above 102” on the table’s display, any higher would strain the cables to peripherals connected to the desktop PC below.
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