Here is a thread wherein you may post a picture of your gaming rig, as it stands. Specifications are optional, but being that this particular board is rife with information aficionados (i.e. nerds), I generally expect that there will be specifications given, and indeed look forward to reading them myself. Interesting bits of Trivia are also welcome!
Darers go first, as they say, so here we are. If you click the photo, it'll take you to a larger version (apologies for the craptacular image quality...still trying to get a new smartphone). Below is a description contained within a spoiler, to keep this post from becoming a huge wall of text right off the bat.
I have a Windows 7 Mousepad there, heh. Got a wireless mouse which runs on a AA battery, and connects using a 2.4 kHz wireless usb dongle (much the same way a Wireless Xbox 360 Controller connects). My TV is a Hitachi 42EDT41A made in March 2005, not exactly state-of-the-art, but it gets me by, and the speakers sound great. Sure is a pain to move, though. Got a copy of SF2:The Animated Movie and FF7 Advent Children. Next to those is a SNES Game Genie Codebook which I've owned since the 90's (geez I'm old), and likewise, the booklet from my original copy of Final Fantasy Tactics, which are the only two pieces of my original game collection I have left.
Got a NES Classic Mini the other day, and a Wii Classic Controller to go with it. The little white box behind it is an HDMI-to-Composite (Yellow-White-Red) converter (remember when I said my TV wasn't exactly state-of-the-art?).
Finally, the boom stand in back of everything is my old webcam, which I use as a microphone only. The new webcam I've got is sitting right on top of the TV, and both are going into my HP Elite 8000 Convertible Mini-Tower. It's got a Dual Core processor clocked at 3.16 gHz, and I recently got an nVidia GT 710 GPU made by msi for a very decent price. It's nothing spectacular, but it does the job for the money. Sitting on top of it are an 8bitdo SN30 Pro and a Buffalo SNES Classic controller.
Now, happy posting!