I think this is a fun thread. Computing:
-I use a Windows computer that I got a nerd to build for me, and then I got a Chinese nerd to replace some of the cheaper parts with (then-new) Chinese parts, which probably means their government sees everything I do. It's old and I should really replace it at some point! I also have a laptop that needs to be plugged in to work, at which point I started to wonder if it's really a laptop, so I stopped using it as a laptop and now it's a media server.
-Instead of a mouse I use a Dell TP-713 touchpad because carpal tunnel is bad and I like how space age-y it looks. Also I do a lot of touch control navigation and it's nice to have a mouse that's essentially just a phone touchscreen. It's fine.
-My keyboard is a Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Pro
which I really like because of the split spacebar (the left half is backspace). It's a very smart design that I really like and it's not one that seems to have caught on so I have an ebay alert setup for the keyboard so I can have a backup when mine eventually dies. Mechanical, obviously (accept no substitutes).Audio:
I use a Audio-Technica AT2035 and a Chinese BM-800 (both XLR - I don't like USB mics) to record audio. The AT2035 is good for my needs and replaced the BM-800 which wasn't as good at capturing high tones. The Chinese preamp I bought with the BM- 800 really sucked (they lied about its power draw), so I upgraded this year and got a 1-channel Behringer UM-2 ($40) which I have had no complaints about.
I use a double pop filter that I got from Long & McQuade. It was their only double-walled one but pop filters are basically all the same so who cares, but I think the double-walled design is slightly better for me. It's nylon - IDK about the metal ones. they always looked like overkill to me. My XLR cables are all Long & McQuade too.
For headphones I use Sony WH-CH700N bluetooth noise-cancelling ones. The noise canceling is not great but the headphones are. The battery is awesome and charges fast, and they're pretty comfortable to wear for hours on end. I'm all about that over-ear life and even take them with me on the bus because I like them so much.
My phone is a Google Pixel and I use a secondhand FitBit activity tracker as an alarm clock and heartrate sensor, but I still check my phone for the time.