Buckling spring mechanical keyboard with a long, smooth keypress that registers before it bottoms out so typing feels fluid and light.
Make no mistake, though, this thing is LOUD. I have another keyboard to use when I'm on a call or other people are around.
It's built like a tank, has a colorful arcade button aesthetic, and integrates with everything.
I only picked up finger drumming in my 50s and still suck at it, but the MIDI Fighter makes it feel like play rather than practice.
The Boom is an amazing noise canceling microphone. It's big and doesn't look great, but it really does work as advertised.
People confirm that crowded airport terminals, trains and stations, and noisy streets sound as clear and clean as though I was in my office.
emacs is the diametric opposite from "it just works", but the flexibility and mind boggling capability make it worth the effort
It's the first thing I install on a new computer. Equal parts frustrating and transcendent, it's where I spend most of my day