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Spoiler: most of them are dead.

Date: Since 2020-07-08

Bought to finally free myself from the hell of using an Intel Atom. This time, there were no power supply issues.


Date: Since 2020-07-11

Possibly the worst LCD monitor ever created. Terrible viewing angles, horrifyingly uneven backlight, mediocre color accuracy. It took me a lot of time to get used to it. So why did I bother in the first place? Because it was the only 4k monitor under $200, and this resolution is a match made in heaven for text rendering. Being able to look at letters and not see individual pixels justifies all of the sacrifices.

Date: Since 2020-10-07

Bought because having no laptop while in college sucks. I also decided to use its body to collect as many stickers as possible.

Date: Since 2024-03-22

Picked it up from my sister since she stopped using it, and I really needed a phone.

Date: Since 2017

Bought for the sole purpose of being Librebooted. Turned out to only be useful for a couple years until technology went too far and it became unusable with modern software.

Date: Since 2018

Bought as a "downgrade" for my PC because I thought it was too fast and too big. Unfortunately, it turned out the replacement was instead way too slow.


Date: 2003 to 2023

An absolute monster of a laptop for 2003. I have no idea where and how my parents got it.


Date: 2007

First mobile device I've ever used. It was an early 2000s brick phone. The body was light gray, and it had that rounded Y2K sort of appearance. The buttons looked like they were metal, but they were actually made of shiny plastic. The screen was black and white with a hint of blue, and it had an active LCD backlight.

Date: 2009

It was a pretty unremarkable late 2000s brick phone with a color screen and a black body. While it had the MTS branding, I think it was produced by Alcatel or something.

Date: 2010

A self-proclaimed "smartphone" made out of silver plastic, with no touchscreen but with a bottom panel that could be rotated. One side of that panel had regular phone buttons, and the other had music player controls. It ran something that looked like Symbian, but I'm not sure what exactly it was.

Date: 2011 to 2013

Apart from its rounded black appearance, the fact that it had a touchscreen, and that it ran some proprietary Java ME crap that tried to look like it was made by Samsung, I don't remember much about it... Okay, maybe I do remember how I decided to wash it with soap for some unknown reason, killing it in the process, but let's not get into that.

Date: 2011 to 2014

First desktop computer I've ever had, co-owned by my parents. Not really impressive by any standard.


Date: 2012 to 2015

Pretty nice looking netbook with the screen of the perfect size. They shouldn't make laptops bigger than this. The performance was mediocre to say the least, but I didn't care much about it because it gave me the complete freedom to do whatever the fuck I wanted with it.

Date: 2012 to 2016

Okay, technically it was an "E-book reader", but like, it had a color LCD touchscreen (resistive, but still) and ran regular Android 4. I think it's totally fair to call it a tablet.

Date: 2012

Yes, that was a fucking DVD player. Absolutely unremarkable in its DVD playback capabilites but highly remarkable in its operaing system that looked like an embedded Linux distro straight out of year 2000 with Windows Vista-esque backgrounds slapped onto it. It puzzled me back then, and it still puzzles me now.

Date: 2012 to 2022

Technically, this was a GPS navigator, but I used it as a Windows CE PDA. Totally useless, but it was pretty fun.

Date: 2013 to 2016

It was a 3.5" low-end phone, intially sold with Android 4. The body was silver plastic with a paint job of a really poor quality. There were 3 standard (by that time) touch buttons below the screen, and the battery was removable. In fact, it was so removable that the lid started falling off after a year.

Date: 2014 to 2018

A better version of the first custom PC, this time fully mine. It had power supply issues too, but it somehow survived in the end. Oh yeah, also its motherboard had ASUS Express Gate on it which appeared before every boot unless you disabled it in the BIOS setup, which I obviously did since it offered nothing except a half broken outdated Firefox.


Date: 2014 to 2018

Decent monitor for 2005, but certainly not 2018. 1024x768 pixels is not enough. Having built-in speakers is nifty though.

Date: 2014 to 2022

I was obsessed with Windows 8 at the time, so having a Window tablet was my dream I looked for with passion. Unfortunately, it turned out to be pretty lame. Especially with how bad this thing was at charging over USB - it was literally unusable if it wasn't charged because it charged slower than it discharged.

Date: 2015

Can't remember anything about them except for the fact that they existed. Up until they didn't, that is.

Date: 2016

It looked similar to MTS SMART Surf2 4G, but wasn't it.

Date: 2016

Damn boy, that's thick. Too bad the battery still sucks.

Date: 2016

Had to use it for a year due to my last phone dying. Total garbage but technically usable.

Date: 2017 to 2022

Just an Android phone. Nothing to write home about, except that it had a removable battery.

Date: 2018 to 2020-07-10

Great Full HD monitor. Not a single complaint I can think of. If you put it in someone's office, it'd probably work for a decade if not more.

Date: 2019 to 2020-05-16

Somehow, this is probably still one of the thinnest phones ever made. 6 millimeters. It was incredible to hold. The camera was also great - miles ahead of anything I'd had before. Custom ROM support wasn't that great, but it was fine I guess.

Date: 2020-06-02 to 2021-02-09

Yes, 2 phones in a row with an exploding battery. What a wild coincidence.

Date: 2021-02-11 to 2024-03-13

The most reliable phone I've ever had. Great camera, great durability, great custom ROM support.