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Originally Posted by ael719
starfire your setup is badass!

you have everything i freakin want! its basically my dream/future setup, all you need are some sick speakers

how cheap was the monitor? would you recommend it? I'm looking for a widescreen monitor for my blackbook and was looking at the dell 20'
It's a 19" Hanns G from Tiger direct, it's a nice monitor, it's a bit lower res then the Dell it's 1440x900 same as the MBP screen and cost about 219.00 and I have to say the JBL Creatures are pretty decent for speakers, I have a rack system in that cabinet next to the iMac anyhow
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Originally Posted by RevEvs
Is the Antec laptop cooler any good? how quiet is it?
It has two settings. The low setting is very quiet. The high setting is a bit louder, but its a nice white noise that doesn't bother me at all.
     
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Jun 28, 2006, 10:25 AM
 
Really, you had to show THAT game? Not that funny at all. (Yes, I'm from Sweden)

Nah, I really like that room. Looks like great place to relax and have some fun in.
     
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Originally Posted by Cadaver
My current setup...

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I would be afraid to run any MacBook in closed-lid mode with an attached monitor as those MBP supposedly get so hot, I would worry about it melting!
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Here's my one week old MacBook 2GHz. Pic quality is pretty shitty because it was taken with my phone.



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my mbp in its natural environment

     
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Jun 28, 2006, 04:53 PM
 
Originally Posted by Dave Hagan
I would be afraid to run any MacBook in closed-lid mode with an attached monitor as those MBP supposedly get so hot, I would worry about it melting!
thats probably why he has it on the cooler stand.
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Jun 28, 2006, 09:54 PM
 
Updated.... Since I started this thread
pictures taken with a real digital camera











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Nice natural environment you have there iomonk. How do you find the wacom? I'm thinking of getting one, but ill have to hold off for a while considering i just purchased my MBP today. Ill post pics later tonight =)
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This is my desk at the moment. Gettin my room re-decorated shortly and getting somew new furniture.

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here's my setup! sorry about the bad resolution, it's my phone...

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Originally Posted by stuppy
This is my desk at the moment. Gettin my room re-decorated shortly and getting somew new furniture.

Where did you get that samsung monitor? I tried to look at a few online retailers, but I can only find them for a price well over 1.1k... That is such a nice monitor!
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Jun 30, 2006, 04:31 AM
 
I'm in the UK. I paid £830, which is about 1.5k USD. All the prices in the uk are in the 800-850£ price bracket.

Very nice monitor! Only had it one day
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damn that thing is huge.
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Jun 30, 2006, 08:39 PM
 
Here is my new macbook ...



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Jun 30, 2006, 08:44 PM
 
Wow really great pictures. I should have gone black daaam
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ok ... posting my very first pictures on my own thread

anyway ... ;-)





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Macbook with Dell 2005fpw

     
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Now thats just crazy
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^^ That is badass!
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CrusaderSean, where did you get that desktop background image that is on your macbook's display?
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Well at first I wanted a macbook pro because of the built-in isight. But after I heard about the screen tilt restriction (I know there has been alot of talk about this but hey..) I decided to keep my powerbook. I personally would never run windows on any of my mac's , I have a sony viao desktop anyway. I understand you may need to run windows on the road from your powerbook and this is a decision you need to make. My powerbook is only 5 months old and is maxed out. And the price was great I got it brand new for 1700 with the price of the macbook pro being almost 1000$ more!
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Here are some pics of my 2ghz macbook along with my shuttle xpc..
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i finally got mine! I have to say i love it. i picked up the 1.83 GhZ one and it's great. here are some pictures taken with my w810i. Beside the macbook there's my old Sony Vaio VGN-s150.












     
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Originally Posted by Altair
CrusaderSean, where did you get that desktop background image that is on your macbook's display?
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the wacom is great man, its a must for any kind of CG i believe.
too bad its anold intuos 2 and its not widescreen. i'll have to save some money to get a widescreen to go with my MBP.

but it works fine. they (unliike adobe) did update their wacom drivers to make them intel compatible.
now i just have to wait for the freaking cs3 to enjoy reasonable photoshop performance
     
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Originally Posted by paul w
Incomplete ( still need a nice bluetooth keyboard and mouse combo as well as a proper desk ) but just the same:

very nice... and the lady one the cell phone is very pretty.
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Originally Posted by iomonk
the wacom is great man, its a must for any kind of CG i believe.
too bad its anold intuos 2 and its not widescreen. i'll have to save some money to get a widescreen to go with my MBP.

but it works fine. they (unliike adobe) did update their wacom drivers to make them intel compatible.
now i just have to wait for the freaking cs3 to enjoy reasonable photoshop performance



Haha! I hear you brother, I'm counting down the days for CS3 to come out on the market. To be honest though, photoshop runs reasonably well compared to how bad it though it was going to run, and this is without the ram update! (i've ordered another gig stick, it should be here soon!).

I think it depends what computer you're coming from when you're comparing it to the MBPs slow performance, for me, i'm coming from a P4 2.8 Ghz with 512 ram! so the MBP feels quite good to me, althogh if you're comparing it to a G5 Quad, it probably wouldnt take long before you wanted to get back on the quad to do all your PS work!

If you need to know how fast these machines are, check out these links which show how the Macbook and the Macbook Pro against other machines
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univresal (XP) - http://www.creativemac.com/articles/...e.jsp?id=45099

Pretty interesting stats there, and to be honest, I thought that if PS performs that well in windows, I can always install bootcamp!
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Originally Posted by CrusaderSean
I have that same Starck mouse! I think it looks, feels, and performs great.
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CrusaderSean, where did you get that Gundam Background?
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Originally Posted by CrusaderSean
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YUP...The BlacBook and the Dell Widescreen are a match made in heaven.If only I had black wiring for my MacBook...Oh well.

Oh and a proper port replicator.

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Originally Posted by masugu
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Not in the slightest. But companies have created port replicators for the Apple Laptops before, I'm sure with the popularity of the MacBooks one will pop up for them as well.

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Originally Posted by Altair
CrusaderSean, where did you get that desktop background image that is on your macbook's display?
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^^

he posted it here.

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Originally Posted by Altair
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you seemed to have missed it. but there it is anyway. ^^
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Originally Posted by joel_v
^^

he posted it here.



you seemed to have missed it. but there it is anyway. ^^
So what about the Gundam background?
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On my desk at work . . .



My bag and its contents . . .



At home, running the Electric Sheep screen saver (along with my PC)

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Originally Posted by raekwon
On my desk at work . . .




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You need a bluetooth mouse
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Originally Posted by harrisjamieh
You need a bluetooth mouse
If someone manages to come out with one that
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2) looks good w/ Apple white

then maybe. Until then, I'm pretty happy with the one I have (RadTech's BT mice don't impress me at all)
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Originally Posted by raekwon
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2) looks good w/ Apple white

then maybe. Until then, I'm pretty happy with the one I have (RadTech's BT mice don't impress me at all)

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Here's what I use at the office:



I use a fabulous program called Teleport to control control the Ti connected to the CRT as one unified system (even supports dragging of files and folders from one machine to the other). Essentially, this operates as one computer with a 5600x900-1200 display because teleport is so fast, with exception that you can't drag windows from one computer to the next. I also use MySync to sync the bookmarks, address books, calendars from one machine to the next, so it works like one system.

Both machines connect to via gigabit network and to a RAID 5 file server. The Polycom phone is a 2 line phone (one line POTS other Vonage VoIP) has two mics for full-duplex 360� coverage (like the table conference phones you see). Using the integrated headset amp, the Sennheiser telecom headset is excellent with its ultra noise cancelling mic.

I'll probably replace that 17" CRT with a 17" or 19" LCD, not as the 20.1" that it will be next to, but that's ok, since the Ti doesn't have the power the MBP has.
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that looks intense.
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Originally Posted by jhonizzle
i decided it was a good idea to buy both, i started with my MacBook Pro (my first mac) and my bestfriend had a powerbook, whaich was amazing and he talked me into mac. so now 6 months after owning my MacBook pro, i decided it would also be nice o have a PPC Mac. So i ordered a PowerMac 1.67Ghz with 1GB of Ram...hope it gets here this wednesday!
PowerMac or PowerBook? PB comes in 1.67 Ghz... PowerMac does not...

Why you would want a PowerBook, I do not know...
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Originally Posted by drewcifer
that looks intense.
Aww, it's a soft and fuzzy work environment
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Originally Posted by schalliol
Here's what I use at the office:

I use a fabulous program called Teleport to control control the Ti connected to the CRT as one unified system (even supports dragging of files and folders from one machine to the other). Essentially, this operates as one computer with a 5600x900-1200 display because teleport is so fast, with exception that you can't drag windows from one computer to the next. I also use MySync to sync the bookmarks, address books, calendars from one machine to the next, so it works like one system.

Both machines connect to via gigabit network and to a RAID 5 file server. The Polycom phone is a 2 line phone (one line POTS other Vonage VoIP) has two mics for full-duplex 360� coverage (like the table conference phones you see). Using the integrated headset amp, the Sennheiser telecom headset is excellent with its ultra noise cancelling mic.

I'll probably replace that 17" CRT with a 17" or 19" LCD, not as the 20.1" that it will be next to, but that's ok, since the Ti doesn't have the power the MBP has.
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