I'll respond here too cuz mine is a bit interesting.
I use an older Dell workstation laptop. Probably made 'round 2012 ish. Dell Precision M4600 for those curious.
Intel Core i7-2820QM (@ 2.30 GHz I think)
Nvidia Quadro 2000M 2GB VRAM
8GB RAM, but i may upgrade it to 16 or 32 eventually
Bluetooth card on the way!
I've got it on a dock hooked up to:
A Anker SoundCore Bluetooth speaker via AUX, quite good for the price
Xbox One controller
And two monitors, one shows its age by being a square-ish Gateway monitor, the other is a Dell, and it has a more "modern" look. Both hooked up via DVI. My Gateway has a VGA going to my desktop that's just used as a HDD hub.
Speaking of, eventually I'll get a HDD hub to have extra storage, looking to use the eSATA port i have available too!
And ofc a Dell keyboard---a lotta my stuff is a hand-me-down.
And a wireless mouse since i don't have a wired one. Will get it eventually. Even got an o l d Road Runner "High Speed Online" mousepad lol. Told ya it's a hand-me-down.
It runs the games i want to play the most, and well enough that i can play them. Also runs Fusion360 well enough that I can use it. Eventually I might get a desktop with "the best" stuff, but I love this laptop. Especially how this has the older style of dock, and that it even can take a dock, since that means I can be portable without unplugging a million things. It's got a million different ports, and even ExpressCard which I could take advantage of eventually.
I also like that era for computers. Sure they aren't as powerful as modern day but they still have a use! And you can get em for cheap, this one was USD$125 on FB marketplace. Dock was an extra forty and well worth it.