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Jul 3, 2004, 03:21 AM
 
although i'm not for paintjobs .. i have to admit that's as smooth as a whistle ... nice
     
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Jul 3, 2004, 10:10 AM
 
^^^^Wei, awesome paint job, very smooth. maybe i'll do that one day when my PB's all scratched up - hopefully not soon. lol.




and here's mine, just got it yesterday. never been happier.



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Jul 3, 2004, 10:46 AM
 
Originally posted by Ryan1524:
and here's mine, just got it yesterday. never been happier.

Congrats !! Feels goed, doesn't it I envy you, I've had mine for 4 months now ... still as happy as when I opened it

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Jul 3, 2004, 05:49 PM
 
Originally posted by Ryan1524:
^^^^Wei, awesome paint job, very smooth. maybe i'll do that one day when my PB's all scratched up - hopefully not soon. lol.




and here's mine, just got it yesterday. never been happier.



Congrats! We know you have been anxious to buy one!
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450x350. Deal with it.
     
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Jul 4, 2004, 03:46 AM
 
lol .. all nice powerbooks .. never saw one i didnt like =) ..

i have a pix of my pbook's habitat during essay time .. i dunno how to post it as a big thumbnail instead of just a link. anyone wanna tell me? .. btw .. it's a pretty sh*tty setup .. then again .. it's only during essay season.
     
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Jul 4, 2004, 03:50 AM
 
Originally posted by Lancer409:
lol .. all nice powerbooks .. never saw one i didnt like =) ..

i have a pix of my pbook's habitat during essay time .. i dunno how to post it as a big thumbnail instead of just a link. anyone wanna tell me? .. btw .. it's a pretty sh*tty setup .. then again .. it's only during essay season.
[img] here you type the path of where the image is, no spaces anywhere [/img]

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Jul 4, 2004, 12:44 PM
 
maybe the rule should be made into 640 by 480. that seems more reasonable and nicer to look at. easier convert too, since most people take pics horizontally, not vertical.
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Jul 4, 2004, 09:46 PM
 
i think we're more concern about file size here. if everyone start putting large img here and there... some ppl with low bandwidth will suffer...
not everyone around the world have braodband.
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Jul 5, 2004, 12:18 AM
 
Originally posted by Ryan1524:
and here's mine, just got it yesterday. never been happier.
http://www3.sympatico.ca/w.tirtariyadi/DSCF6435.jpg

Nice, how many mobile phones do you have?
     
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Jul 5, 2004, 03:25 AM
 
Originally posted by wei:
i think we're more concern about file size here. if everyone start putting large img here and there... some ppl with low bandwidth will suffer...
not everyone around the world have braodband.
how do i shrink the resolution to fit it? i dont have anything other than iphoto on this apple (all my photoshop n stuff is on pc, and the monitor hasnt been replaced yet)

is there a html command that will shrink it to a specified .. bleh .. u know what i mean

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Jul 5, 2004, 06:38 AM
 
not sure bout iPhoto, seldome use it. you can email the file, i can help you to down size it. (ofcourse i hope it is not a lot )
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Jul 5, 2004, 11:52 AM
 
Originally posted by sillydog701:
Nice, how many mobile phones do you have?
2. i got the 8390 first, then i got a T39m. gotta love Ericsson. the other T39 is my friend's. he wants me to fix it.
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Jul 5, 2004, 12:22 PM
 
at long last, have replaced my beloved (but aging) pismo...
new 12" pb...airport express on it's way!


http://floydfisher.com/pb.html



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Jul 5, 2004, 01:44 PM
 
i would like to post a pic of my setup but it says "You may not post attachments" .....help...
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Here's My Set Up ...
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Jul 6, 2004, 07:13 AM
 
Originally posted by Joe1974:
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that 3com thing... is a router?,

BTW, the 15" PB is so good as a reasonable compromise between size and function...
     
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Jul 6, 2004, 07:20 AM
 
Originally posted by IceColdSoup:
i would like to post a pic of my setup but it says "You may not post attachments" .....help...
You have to be able to host/upload the image somewhere, and then in your post here link to that file on the server where you (or someone else) hosts the image.
If you can do/did that then in your post write '[ img ] here goes the link to the uploaded image without spaces [ /img ]',
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Jul 6, 2004, 07:22 AM
 
i dont see a keyboard drawer, do you type with your powerbook on the icurve?
     
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Jul 6, 2004, 07:34 AM
 
see'ing as to how the desks in my room are occupied by pc's .. here's what my pbook's habitat looks like in the middle of the night, when i'm trying my best to crank out a paper/essay ... i'm trying to crank out another paper as we speak. this is just so i have a quiet corner of the house to my self in the middle of the night, so dont start teasing me! =)

http://img78.photobucket.com/albums/...9/DSC00594.jpg

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'tease'

Looks comfy

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Jul 6, 2004, 11:37 AM
 

Left: My couple of days old PB 12" rev. C. Right: My not so new anymore iBook G3.

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Jul 6, 2004, 12:10 PM
 
where'd you get the case? is it a hardshell?

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Jul 7, 2004, 12:53 AM
 
Here is a picture of my "semi-setup". More stuff like iCurve, Wireless keyboard and mouse, and Airport express is on the way! CLICK HERE for my complete album of my whole setup process. Come on guys, more people should do this, its fun to watch, but even more fun to actually do it yourself!

PS. I couldnt get the Image button to enable me to post my pic, (nothing happened when I clicked it) But PLEASE visit my CLICK--> HOMEPAGE to check out my setup. Nothing special but at least I finally have one right!?!?!
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Jul 7, 2004, 01:13 AM
 
how old are you??? lucky dog. i wish i have a PB when i was your age. lol.

isn't it the greatest feeling, i finally got mine too last friday.
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Jul 7, 2004, 03:32 AM
 
Originally posted by PatsPalace24:
Here is a picture of my "semi-setup". (snip) Come on guys, more people should do this, its fun to watch, but even more fun to actually do it yourself!
(snip)
heheh thx for the pics d00d, have fun with your machine they are awesome , I got myself the same pooter (tho specced with 128/5400 options) and did the opening box thing too.. I wonder where I put those pics..

me thinx Joe needs to resize his pic and get some formatting back to this page !
     
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Jul 7, 2004, 04:14 AM
 
Originally posted by Ryan1524:
how old are you??? lucky dog. i wish i have a PB when i was your age. lol.

isn't it the greatest feeling, i finally got mine too last friday.
gosh dang .. i wish i had a game boy when i was his age ... holy moley ...

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Originally posted by iomatic:
where'd you get the case? is it a hardshell?
It is a Crumpler School Hymn semi rigid sleeve. no pockets, just a sleeve. feel free to ask any questions, i will try my best to answer them. these are nice sleeves, but it is not very snug. i dont mind the size, but i am still looking for a dense foam sheet i can cut out to fit my laptop in so it will be snug and surrounded by foam all around.

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Originally posted by Joe1974:
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Here's My Set Up ...
How about making a thumb/link to decrease the width of the thread for those not in front of 30" display...
     
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Jul 7, 2004, 05:03 PM
 
Hey guys. Thanks for replying to my post. I am a 16 year old junior in high school. I got an iPod for Xmas and was hooked to the whole Mac scene from there one. I could not take my eyes off the Powerbook. Now please don't call me a spoiled little bratt whos parents bought him a 2400$ computer. No No NO. I had to pay 2100$ for it, and that was after lots and lots of work. Thats right, I joined the community on my own, so this makes the laptop so much better. Thanks for everyone for their help, and I look forward to the future w/ my Mac!
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Originally posted by PatsPalace24:
Hey guys. Thanks for replying to my post. I am a 16 year old junior in high school. I got an iPod for Xmas and was hooked to the whole Mac scene from there one. I could not take my eyes off the Powerbook. Now please don't call me a spoiled little bratt whos parents bought him a 2400$ computer. No No NO. I had to pay 2100$ for it, and that was after lots and lots of work. Thats right, I joined the community on my own, so this makes the laptop so much better. Thanks for everyone for their help, and I look forward to the future w/ my Mac!

no no no .. you got it all wrong ... they weren't implying that. I was! .. lol just kidding .. Just saying that when i was at that age, i didnt have two dimes to rub together .. =) welcome to the community. Even if you were hooked up with an ipod and a mac from you parents .. there's nothing wrong with that .. hell i'd congratulate you .. i got a pc when i was a kid ... still remember my first one

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that was a horrible horrible machine ...

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lol. yea. we're just saying you're very lucky to have a PB.

and i remember when i was 12 or 13, my first PC was a 486DX2 66mhz. with 4MB of memory, i think, and about a gigabyte of HDD. remember being so happy when i get 4GB. and my dad telling me he'll buy me this great thing called a CD-ROM. LOL. and i even got to use Windows 3.1 for a bit, and had to endure Win 95.

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Ok, well thanks again for the posts. And don't worry, I wasnt even saying that you were directly "makin fun" I guess, but I was just saying that if I flame was coming that ohh your parents are soo rich, just to let you know that I bought it myself. Just happy cuz its one of the only things my parents havent bought me that has some value.. Thanks and sorry for any misunderstanding, im a nice person!
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Sorry guys for the big jpeg pic ...

Fixed now ..

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Just remember not to iron your PowerBook :-)
     
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if that's a Rev A 12", he can iron WITH it.
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Originally posted by Joe1974:
Sorry guys for the big jpeg pic ...

Fixed now ..

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Originally posted by Ryan1524:
if that's a Rev A 12", he can iron WITH it.
damn .. you beat me to it .. =)

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Originally posted by Ryan1524:
if that's a Rev A 12", he can iron WITH it.
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Hey PatsPlace24... Congratulations on the PB... I'm so jealous of your young self... lol. But you worked hard for it... wow you saved up $2100 on your own. When I was your age I could hardly get past a hundred. I'm buying the 15 inch PB today... it will be the one with the combo drive though. I already got a G5 with the superdrive.. and I plan on buying a firewire powered external dvd burner later down the road for the PB. If anyone knows where I can find an external duallayer dvd burner... powered off firewire or usb... let me know. I'll need it down the road for mobile video production.
     
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Originally posted by gsxrboy:


nice pb man !
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Originally posted by d.fine:
PB now runs average of 10C cooler, with these 2 x 80mm fans, internal fans hardly ever come on anymore. Still testing the setup, when done I'll finish it proper. Feet are aluminum, plate beneath PB is glass, fans from Thermaltake.
May I ask why you chose glass for the base?
Theoretically I guess it looks good, but in this case it is covered by your laptop.
Readily accessible? Cheap?

The reason I ask is that glass isn't particularly great at conducting heat.
That said, it is still much better than a wooden desk.
(glass is about 10 times better than wood, and aluminum is about 200 times better than glass in terms of the rate at which they can conduct heat)

I assume you are essentially going for the design that allows you to move the air under the bottom surface and don't care as much about additional heat removal from the surface.
But if you do care about the latter - then it would work even better if you had a metal plate that was smooth on the PB side and then textured (ideally fins) on the side that the fans would see.

Cool design though (no pun intended) - I love the way it makes it easy to configure - for instance you could have the fans blowing in at the laptop and after awhile see how that changes the heat dissipation - then flip them around the other way and see if it is any better/worse.
     
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Trancepriest,
I was just wondering, why purchase a 15 inch PowerBook without the Superdrive, just to purchase an external DVD writer later. Isn't the SuperDrive a $200 upgrade option? I know this is asking without knowing the price of external DVD writers. Again, just wondering, since you plan to use it for mobile video production. I suppose that is an advantage of being able to connect the extenal burner to different computers.



Originally posted by trancepriest:
...I'm buying the 15 inch PB today... it will be the one with the combo drive though. I already got a G5 with the superdrive.. and I plan on buying a firewire powered external dvd burner later down the road for the PB. If anyone knows where I can find an external duallayer dvd burner... powered off firewire or usb... let me know. I'll need it down the road for mobile video production.


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Originally posted by OMGWTFBBQ:
May I ask why you chose glass for the base?
Theoretically I guess it looks good, but in this case it is covered by your laptop.
Readily accessible? Cheap?

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Thx ! I used the glass for two reasons : 1) I happened to have one that was just the right size for the PB and 2) it is the best material, heat conduction-wise, that I had around me. So I didn't really choose it So it was just 'Readily accessible' as you put it.

It was not so much my intention to put the PB on a surface that further aids the cooling (since the case is already Alu) but rather to create the best possible airflow under the PB. Now my primary objective was to cool the fins that are at the back of the PB, as well as the underside. The way I positioned the fans makes that the airflow goes in through the back and comes out on top just above the keyboard (so if you put your finger close to the bottom of the screen above the function keys you feel cold air rushing by). This is what I think makes the biggest difference in temperature, and to cool these 'heatsinks' was my goal. The position of the fans also sees to it that there is fresh air flowing between the glass and the PB as well as under the glass.
I put the fans on a 12-9-6-3 V supply so I can adjust their speeds (and noise). I don't really like these 80mm fans, I will probably replace them by 60mm fans, different color too.

But changing the glass plate would make sense, and would probably cool the PB even better ... When I take a shot at it, I'll let you know what happens

Thx for the interest !

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but those fins at the back are actually plastic if you llook closer...but hey, if it works.
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Originally posted by Ryan1524:
but those fins at the back are actually plastic if you llook closer...but hey, if it works.
Its where the internal fans get their air from (try blowing into it when internal fans are on, you'll hear them accelerate). So constantly providing this access with cool air ... just cools better I guess.

If you look inside the plastic you'll see metal fins, specially in the bottom half.

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I am hopping on the bandwagon a little late but here are some of my babies. The Powerbook on the right is a 1.0 ghz and the ibook on the left is a g3 800.

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Jul 10, 2004, 05:34 AM
 
wow, owning both iBook and Powerbook... u r lucky...
what a creepy wallpaper... who you want to scare away?
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Originally posted by wei:
wow, owning both iBook and Powerbook... u r lucky...
what a creepy wallpaper... who you want to scare away?
Scare "BILL" i guess
     
 
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