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Feb 4, 2006, 05:28 PM
 
Originally Posted by iomatic
Except for the bottle of lube...

     
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Feb 5, 2006, 09:42 AM
 
Let's see some more pictures, folks!
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Feb 8, 2006, 09:21 PM
 
Originally Posted by iomatic
Except for the bottle of lube...

     
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Feb 8, 2006, 09:35 PM
 
at least the dog is peeing on a PeeCee
     
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Feb 9, 2006, 06:48 PM
 
Originally Posted by spatterson
Actually its the Dell 2405FPW... I LOVE IT! Can't beat the deal! It also functions as a HD television... I just hook it up to a cable box! :-) There are component inputs in the rear!
danggg.... i gotta get my hands on one of those...
     
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What type of dog is that?
     
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Feb 9, 2006, 07:47 PM
 
romeosc, how do you plug your pbook into that plasma display? Super cool
     
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Feb 10, 2006, 08:07 AM
 
Originally Posted by hickey
romeosc, how do you plug your pbook into that plasma display? Super cool

I had a wireless VGA transmitter receiver, but sent it back. now I just use VGA. The living room is above garage with has exposed joists to allow easy access, wire is run in grout lines to cabinet on sides (as well as speaker wires, wires to DVD playeer, Tivo(Direct TV receiver, etc.)

I loved the wireless, but it was $800 and wasn't worth it.
I have wireless internet & printing (old HP 5050n laser) and also have 2 external firewire drives under recliner.
     
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Feb 10, 2006, 11:24 AM
 
awesome! so was it nossible to hook it up thru DVI though?
     
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Feb 10, 2006, 02:08 PM
 
What type of dog is that?



that's hilarious!!! the dog looks like a jack russel terrier puppy.
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Feb 11, 2006, 07:44 AM
 
Originally Posted by hickey
awesome! so was it nossible to hook it up thru DVI though?

DVI doesn't carry as far as standard VGA.

I thought about using Apple Remote Desktop wirelessly to control an Old 450 G4 desktop that is sitting in limbo in closet.
     
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Feb 12, 2006, 04:29 AM
 
Yays for first time posting in here
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Feb 12, 2006, 09:40 AM
 
whats that blue glossy thing on ur powerbook
     
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Feb 12, 2006, 01:44 PM
 
Looks like some sort of iSkin product.
     
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Feb 12, 2006, 03:38 PM
 
it's a skin from macstyles.com
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Feb 12, 2006, 06:36 PM
 
:/...that color blue and cutout design is highly suspect.
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Feb 12, 2006, 07:18 PM
 
Originally Posted by iREZ
:/...that color blue and cutout design is highly suspect.
wha? ::
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im just an arrogant snob...dont mind me
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er ok......?
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Feb 15, 2006, 03:35 AM
 
As this is my first post, what better way to introduce myself than by posting pictures of my set up?







- PowerBook 17" / 1 GHz / 1 GB RAM
- Apple Wireless Keyboard
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- LaCie d2 DVD±RW / 16x
- iPod / 3G / 20 GB
- Sony Ericsson T630

I use the Sony Ericsson T630 in conjunction with Salling Clicker to control iTunes and QuickTime Player. The PowerBook is connected up to my TV and amplifier for listening to music and watching videos. I mostly use it for professional video editing, but it doubles up as a home computer.

(The ugly SmartDisk CrossFire hard drive doesn't belong to me - it's on loan for an editing job)
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Feb 15, 2006, 04:51 AM
 
S_Young,

Welcome to the board! Nice clean looking setup you have there.
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Feb 15, 2006, 11:50 AM
 
what's on your ipod/computer keyboard?
     
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Feb 15, 2006, 01:04 PM
 
Originally Posted by driven
Welcome to the board! Nice clean looking setup you have there.
Thanks! I've actually been lurking for well over a year, so it doesn't feel like I'm new to the board!

Originally Posted by rparke1
what's on your ipod/computer keyboard?
On the iPod = RadTech Sleevz for iPod
On the laptop = RadTech Notebook ScreensavRz
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Feb 18, 2006, 01:27 AM
 


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i really like your setup, simple and to the point.
     
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Feb 18, 2006, 03:24 AM
 
Me being the slighty O.C.D. person I am I hate having the ports on the sides, it creates so much desk clutter, anyone else agree?
     
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Feb 18, 2006, 09:42 AM
 
Originally Posted by theokandroid
Me being the slighty O.C.D. person I am I hate having the ports on the sides, it creates so much desk clutter, anyone else agree?
If it were a permanent desk fixture I would agree with you, but if you are constantly unplugging it to take it on a trip then I like the sides far better.

Now, if Apple had the foresight to add a docking station then I would agree with you and the side ports wouldn't be needed.
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Originally Posted by ghettochild


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Clean looking setup. I have the same desk. Got it at Office Depot on sale for $50 a couple of years back.
     
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Feb 18, 2006, 08:01 PM
 
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Feb 19, 2006, 10:26 AM
 
ooookey. What resolution and size is the screen?
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Feb 19, 2006, 10:28 AM
 
nice tv whats the make
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Feb 19, 2006, 10:35 AM
 
Originally Posted by grinder
ooookey. What resolution and size is the screen?
It's 1920x1080, and the make is Sharp Aquos 45''

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Originally Posted by zorrito
It's 1920x1080, and the make is Sharp Aquos 45''

Cheers!!
nice thats better than your actual tv lol
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Originally Posted by jaydon34
nice thats better than your actual tv lol

hehehe, yes it is!!!, its nice to play with Photoshop ;-)
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Well here it is after 2 years . I didn't plan to put a track on the desk and may not keep it there but was bored. Out of the box it fit, cars clear the iCurve by less than a millimeter. Note the controllers under the desk. Gotta prop up the overhang or get another Jerker and extend the track.

Now if I could devise a USB lap counter and timer LOL. Problem is I'm probably switching to a PowerMac with a 20" but now I'm not so sure hehe.
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omg that's so cute!
     
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Originally Posted by zorrito
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Nice set-up! We have the same TV only that I have the LC45gd4u(side speakers). Is that the 6u or 7u? I am planning to sell my 23 cinema display and use it now as my monitor!
     
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Originally Posted by Crusoe
Well here it is after 2 years . I didn't plan to put a track on the desk and may not keep it there but was bored. Out of the box it fit, cars clear the iCurve by less than a millimeter. Note the controllers under the desk. Gotta prop up the overhang or get another Jerker and extend the track.

Now if I could devise a USB lap counter and timer LOL. Problem is I'm probably switching to a PowerMac with a 20" but now I'm not so sure hehe.

I'd be afraid of a car wreck which the Mini flew off of the track and hit my powerbook puncturing my 15" LCD!!!! EEK!

Hehe thats clever though
     
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Originally Posted by Crusoe
Now if I could devise a USB lap counter and timer LOL. Problem is I'm probably switching to a PowerMac with a 20" but now I'm not so sure hehe.
haha so cool

iPod Video comes with a nice on screen timer

     
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Originally Posted by reybart
Nice set-up! We have the same TV only that I have the LC45gd4u(side speakers). Is that the 6u or 7u? I am planning to sell my 23 cinema display and use it now as my monitor!
its the 6U... good luck with your new setup
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Well, I bought my 12" Powerboook last month and I'm loving it.
It replaces my 12" iBook, and with the exception of a shorter battery life, it is a much better machine.
lighter, faster, smaller, brighter screen.

I was initialy hoping for a 12"/13" intel 'book to be announced at macworld, but it wasn't.
We needed a new laptop in the house so that my fiance could use it at school, so I went ahead and bought the PB, giving her the iBook.
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Originally Posted by Crusoe
Well here it is after 2 years . I didn't plan to put a track on the desk and may not keep it there but was bored. Out of the box it fit, cars clear the iCurve by less than a millimeter. Note the controllers under the desk. Gotta prop up the overhang or get another Jerker and extend the track.

Now if I could devise a USB lap counter and timer LOL. Problem is I'm probably switching to a PowerMac with a 20" but now I'm not so sure hehe.
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Oh man, that is great...really hilarious, thanks.
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Feb 21, 2006, 01:51 PM
 
May I offer a MacBook Pro?


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Originally Posted by zorrito
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Never mind what TV you have, where did you get that desktop picture?!?!

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Originally Posted by tikki
May I offer a MacBook Pro?

You already received your Macbook?
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Originally Posted by Velocity211
You already received your Macbook?
Yep a couple of people have received theirs

@mrurmil - Sorry if this is a very noob question, but I've noticed a couple of people with those cloths on top of their keyboards, is that what the system was shipped with, or is that a seperate purchase?

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Originally Posted by grinder
ooookey. What resolution and size is the screen?
34C, looks to me.
     
 
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