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Oct 11, 2004, 03:43 AM
 
My rev C. 12" PowerBook (1.33 GHz, 60 GB, 768 MB, SuperDrive):
     
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Oct 11, 2004, 08:48 AM
 
Nice set up... But there seems to be soemthing missing.. can't put my finger on but something...
     
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Oct 11, 2004, 12:26 PM
 
Originally posted by chipfat101:
Nice set up... But there seems to be soemthing missing.. can't put my finger on but something...
Cinema Display? (assuming you are talking about my poto)
     
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Oct 11, 2004, 12:51 PM
 
speakers?
     
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Oct 11, 2004, 01:01 PM
 
more cables? star wars poster?? stuffed animal???
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Oct 11, 2004, 01:05 PM
 
Yeah, the office is a crazy mess right now.... working 6 days a week will do that to you! but, it's a good problem to have.

My gear:
1. AMD Athalon based PC, 2 17" CRT's
2. 12" Rev. B Powerbook (1GHz/1.25GB)- Apple BT mouse & iBreeze laptop stand
3. 200GB external Firewire drive
4. 40GB portable Firewire drive
5. 40X CD-R USB drive
6. Dish network and 27" Tv

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2 gutted PCs
1 G3/333MHz
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more scattered paperwork!

I felt I should finally join the party since I've been oogling these pictures since I first got my PB in March. I'm hoping to add a dual G5 & 20" LCD next year sometime.







     
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Oct 11, 2004, 08:59 PM
 
I didn't check the entire thread to see if someone else had the same design already, but I wanted to share my $2.56 Home Depot PVC stand. It matches the apple keyboard well. It's a length of pipe, 4 90 degree elbows, and 2 caps. I used a couple of screws, some rubber tube, and the packing caps from the PB's S-Video cable.





     
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Oct 11, 2004, 09:13 PM
 
Originally posted by drpepper:
I didn't check the entire thread to see if someone else had the same design already, but I wanted to share my $2.56 Home Depot PVC stand. It matches the apple keyboard well. It's a length of pipe, 4 90 degree elbows, and 2 caps. I used a couple of screws, some rubber tube, and the packing caps from the PB's S-Video cable.



Hmmm...

Kinda looks like the 'iBook' version of my stand (which I guess would be the 'PowerBook' version)...

Except my stand also has a bar that runs across the 'back end of the stand' as opposed to just having the tubes 'capped'.



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Oct 11, 2004, 10:38 PM
 
my 12"

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12" rev c powerbook
BT apple mouse
apple keyboard
OS X Panther mousepad
Motorola V600
iCurve
radtech screensavR

partially picturd: creature II speakers (grey)

not pictured:
ipod 4g 20gb
hp 1350
hp photosmart 100
Sony Vaio PC
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Oct 11, 2004, 11:02 PM
 
Originally posted by V12:
speakers?
I have a line running to the stereo system elsewhere in the room. It's not plugged in in this photo.

Originally posted by fisherKing:
more cables? star wars poster?? stuffed animal???
     
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Originally posted by dn15:
My rev C. 12" PowerBook (1.33 GHz, 60 GB, 768 MB, SuperDrive):
Nice, what is the box between the PowerBook and the iPod?
     
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Oct 12, 2004, 10:04 AM
 
Originally posted by dn15:
My rev C. 12" PowerBook (1.33 GHz, 60 GB, 768 MB, SuperDrive):
can i ask is that screensaver like a radar?? were can i get me one of those??
     
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Oct 12, 2004, 12:16 PM
 
Originally posted by Tin-Cup:
can i ask is that screensaver like a radar?? were can i get me one of those??
Ditto, please be kind and share with us where you got the cool wallpaper?
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Oct 12, 2004, 01:20 PM
 
I remember have a screensaver like in 8.6
     
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Oct 12, 2004, 02:39 PM
 
Originally posted by sillydog701:
Nice, what is the box between the PowerBook and the iPod?
It's a FireWire hard disk enclosure I picked up at a local computer shop. It happened to have an aluminum case like the PowerBook.
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Oct 12, 2004, 02:40 PM
 
Originally posted by Tin-Cup:
can i ask is that screensaver like a radar?? were can i get me one of those??
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Originally posted by hldan:
Ditto, please be kind and share with us where you got the cool wallpaper?
Actually it's just the iTunes visualizer.
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Oct 13, 2004, 10:01 PM
 
New Pic.



12" rev C
creature II
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PC: P4 sony vaio 1.6 ghz 80gbHD
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extras:
4G 20gb pod
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Oct 13, 2004, 11:03 PM
 
Here is my desktop. Not shown is new click wheel 20gb ipod and cats that like to climb all over everything . Shown is Powerbook, 15 inch monitor, logitech speakers, and Sony DVD burner in external enclosure.

( Last edited by Snake; Oct 14, 2004 at 10:34 AM. )
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that has to be one of the niceest setups i have ever seen
     
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some images of my new external hdd. look like a mini G5? running on FW800

mini G5
     
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Oct 15, 2004, 12:28 PM
 
Originally posted by futurist:
some images of my new external hdd. look like a mini G5? running on FW800

mini G5
I remember seeing that enclosure it's a firewire 800 enclosure isn't it?

edit, sorry, didn't see u mentioned fw 800 already
     
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Oct 15, 2004, 12:34 PM
 
Hahaha! You guys with a stands made of piping are f'n genius!
     
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Oct 16, 2004, 11:12 PM
 
Originally posted by futurist:
some images of my new external hdd. look like a mini G5? running on FW800

mini G5

Where can i find that enclosure? Very nice looking!!
     
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Originally posted by cSurfr:
Where can i find that enclosure? Very nice looking!!
i got it here in Singapore. Jus the casing itself. u can use google to check this casing is the upgrade version of icecube call ICECUBE PLEIADES. really a nice and cool looking casing.
     
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Originally posted by cSurfr:
Where can i find that enclosure? Very nice looking!!
gorgeous enclosure .. I want one!

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Oct 17, 2004, 08:46 PM
 

Here ya go:
  • 15" 1 GHz TiBook w/ BookEndz Docking Station
  • 21" Studio Display
  • 1st Gen 5gb iPod
  • LaCie 120gb Firewire Drive
  • ClubMac 45gb Firewire Drive
  • HP 5300 Scanner
  • Apple Pro Keyboard
  • Kensington Expert Mouse Pro
  • Palm m505
  • Iomega Zip 250
  • Altec Lansing speakers w/sub-woofer
  • Dell Latitude 400 MHz PII (under the scanner)
  • Dr Bott MoniSwitch USB KVM Switch (shares the keyboard, monitor and mouse with the PC)

Not Pictured:
HP 5550 DeskJet Printer and an HP LaserJet 2100M Printer hooked up to my network with a HP JetDirect 500X network printing utility, Beklin 6-port FireWire hub, 2-Belkin 4-port USB hubs

I really enjoy having the dual display set up. It comes in handy with all of my multi-palletted apps (Photoshop, FinalCut Pro, Dreamweaver, etc).

Enjoy,
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Oct 17, 2004, 11:17 PM
 
Originally posted by Lancer409:
gorgeous enclosure .. I want one!


ditto, but I don't believe they are available in the US as of yet. At least, I couldn't find one.
     
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Oct 19, 2004, 12:18 AM
 
My home setup.

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Oct 19, 2004, 06:27 PM
 
Hi snake,
Nice setup!
Where did you buy that mousepad.
Thanks if you can provide me.
     
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Oct 19, 2004, 07:27 PM
 
Originally posted by Fellow2000:
My home setup.


how can u work with all that clutter??

actually, am a minimalist myself, so...nice setup!
space is a GREAT thing to have...
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Oct 20, 2004, 02:47 AM
 
My guess: You bought a Dell a few years ago with the altec lansing THX speakers and now you've ditched the Dell for a powerbook, but kept the speakers....

me too!
     
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srstickers on macs??!! are you nuts.
poor cinema display...
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Oct 20, 2004, 11:29 AM
 
Originally posted by Ryan1524:
srstickers on macs??!! are you nuts.
poor cinema display...
No worries, it use the same adhesive with what you find in jewelry's store

It won't leave any marks both to the photos and to the display.
     
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God Bless the Jerker.
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Originally posted by Valarauko:
No worries, it use the same adhesive with what you find in jewelry's store

It won't leave any marks both to the photos and to the display.
good to know. but still...why stickers? most apple stuff looks gorgeous on their own.
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It looks gorgeous until you are in class of 30 people and more than half of them have the same Powerbook + display combo

Keep it short: to distinguish which one is mine.

Originally posted by Ryan1524:
good to know. but still...why stickers? most apple stuff looks gorgeous on their own.
     
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ah yes. that is true. but i've never had a problem with having too many macs in the room. not that many people use macs in my department just yet - and we're never in the same room.

but i do wanna know where to get cool static stickers. i've always wanted to slap something on there (i was just messing with ya..heheh), but i wanna find static stickers that leaves no residues at all.
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I'm actually looking for a new desk so I can have all my accessories, scanner, external hard drive, printer, keyboard, etc, right at hand. Anyway, it's a little messy and crowded but I tend to float around the house depending on the work anyway.
Anyway, the iMac is a review unit that has to (sniff) go back on Monday. But now with this photo, I can dream of having one of my own.

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Added keyboard and 20 inch ACD (finally bought the expensive adapter).
     
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This might sound insane but i need a phone that will match my powerbook on my desktop and won't throw the set up off... anyone have any recommendations... once again i know this sounds insane
     
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theres a nice sony ericcson phone that is graphite greyish color, i think it looks nice, personally my v600 looks cool next to my PB but i hate that i cnat sync it via BT
     
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Originally posted by Komisar:
This might sound insane but i need a phone that will match my powerbook on my desktop and won't throw the set up off... anyone have any recommendations... once again i know this sounds insane
YOu could try either the Sony Ericsson K700i or the Sony Ericsson S700i. The K700i has that brushed aluminum look that matches well to the PBs and the S700 a smooth silver polished look. Plus, the BT on SE phones are simply amazing.
     
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Thanks guys but i don't mean cell phone i mean a regular phone sitting on my desk
     
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Originally posted by jfobart:
What kind of stand is that?
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Originally posted by Stradlater:
What kind of stand is that?
Believe it's a macmice GBreeze. Apparently they aren't made any more.
     
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Originally posted by markclausing:
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i only use it on my desk, not on my lap. As an iCurve would set it too high for my liking.
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