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Just rearranged my room and desk, and got some new gear.

     
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That's nice!
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Jul 25, 2006, 10:19 PM
 
I went white but black is so pretty and no palm rest stains wtf
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Jul 26, 2006, 12:33 AM
 




new toys in my new setup (17" 1.83 iMacCD and 15" 2.0 MacBook Pro)
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Jul 26, 2006, 04:30 AM
 
imitchellg5,

your PowerBook looks somewhat warped... Is it really that contorted or do the photos just let it seem to be so warped?

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Jul 26, 2006, 11:25 AM
 
the big screen is a 45'' LCD Sharp plug it to the 17'' intel iMac
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Jul 26, 2006, 01:12 PM
 
Originally Posted by Case
Is that the pic I took?
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Jul 26, 2006, 01:19 PM
 
You really should take that towel away from underneath the macbook. You're just making it hotter than it should be.

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Jul 26, 2006, 03:39 PM
 
Originally Posted by zorrito
the big screen is a 45'' LCD Sharp plug it to the 17'' intel iMac
hey, I like what's on your screen!
     
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Jul 26, 2006, 11:28 PM
 
Originally Posted by ael719


hiii macbook twin!!
How is that mouse working for you? I just bought mine.. can't wait to use it!
     
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Jul 27, 2006, 01:57 AM
 
does the macbook have a dvi port to support an external monitor? from my understanding it has mini-dvi, is that correct? is the quality the same as a regular dvi port?
     
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Jul 27, 2006, 03:05 AM
 
yep and yep...
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Jul 27, 2006, 04:13 AM
 
Originally Posted by Albert Pujols
How is that mouse working for you? I just bought mine.. can't wait to use it!
It's a great mouse! I've yet to replace the batteries and is always responsive.

Btw, my setup has changed since that last picture



added the miglia tv micro and a mini-dvi to vga for the extra monitor, i can't wait till i get back into my house and get back on a real computer desk with space for movement
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Jul 27, 2006, 11:49 PM
 
Originally Posted by ael719
It's a great mouse! I've yet to replace the batteries and is always responsive.

Btw, my setup has changed since that last picture



added the miglia tv micro and a mini-dvi to vga for the extra monitor, i can't wait till i get back into my house and get back on a real computer desk with space for movement
just wondering, did you get your ipod dock at compusa?
     
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My set up at work (taken on a phone, hence the quality)

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Jul 30, 2006, 06:53 PM
 
Originally Posted by Albert Pujols
How is that mouse working for you? I just bought mine.. can't wait to use it!

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Hi

I've never seen a picture of a MBP with a glossy screen (15"), would someone has one and could post a picture ? Thanks !!
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Aug 4, 2006, 09:39 AM
 
my new setup in my new dorm room. sorry the first pic is blurry.







btw, slightly o/t, but the window to my left looks out onto an amazing view.
     
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Aug 4, 2006, 11:29 AM
 
Originally Posted by kjellreigstad
my new setup in my new dorm room. sorry the first pic is blurry.







btw, slightly o/t, but the window to my left looks out onto an amazing view.
we have the same setup i think the viewsonic monitor is an excellent bargain love it.
     
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Originally Posted by kjellreigstad
my new setup in my new dorm room. sorry the first pic is blurry.







btw, slightly o/t, but the window to my left looks out onto an amazing view.

Okay I know I'm gong to feel stupid for saying this but what city did you take that picture of?
     
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ladies and/or gentlemen...lets try to help the 56k people out by not reposting images to ask a question or make a comment.
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Originally Posted by fuzzball963
Okay I know I'm gong to feel stupid for saying this but what city did you take that picture of?
new york
     
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That's what I Thought. I feel really embarrased not realizing it was NYC since I was born and spent the first 14 years of my life there but Ive been gone so long it took a second
     
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doesn't you stuff get jacked at college? is that 250GB lacie?
     
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Originally Posted by spice003
doesn't you stuff get jacked at college? is that 250GB lacie?
that is why i have my external monitor and my lacie 300 locked using a couple of those computer locks. i have my powerbook unlocked cause i need to be able to get it out quickly sometimes and if i have to unlock it, than my less than a minute unhooking of cables record would be lost forever
     
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Aug 5, 2006, 10:49 AM
 
Originally Posted by spice003
doesn't you stuff get jacked at college? is that 250GB lacie?
well the monitor and the computer are both locked to metal bars on the desk. and my door has a lock to it, as does the door in the next room, that leads to the hallway. so anyone wishing to steal it would have to get through all that (and hope that i'm not in here working on it, as i usually am). i haven't had any propblems in the 3 years i've been in college.

and no, unfortunately that's a 160gb lacie drive. i've had it for a couple years. it's done a great job and i'm probably getting a 250gb one soon so that i can have a drive dedicated to backups.
     
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You guys have some awesome setups! I'll be sure to post some pics, after I get my MacBook hopefully at the end of the week of the 21st.
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Aug 5, 2006, 11:47 AM
 
After seeing all these cool photos, I STILL maintain a stylish port replicator - or even a minimalist one - which can accomodate a macbook or MBPro would really add a lot.
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It's true it gets jacked, sometimes not even for value, a lot of pranks I know involve "borrowing computers."
I miss the days of the G5 and XPS Pentium 4 running side by side as high-end machines.
     
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Originally Posted by petertruong

My Setup: Macbook Pro 1.83/2gb/80gb hd : 2007wfp (banding included awaiting replacement) : iLap : Logitech DiNovo : Microsoft Laser 6000 Mouse : Nokia 8801 : M-Audio Firewire Solo : Fender DG-16 : Epiphone Masterbilt Dr-500RNS : Maxtor Onetouch II 250 gb (enclosure from eBay =$20, hard drive from woot! = $55, $75 total!)
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I need to stop obcessively looking at this thread... I'll be getting my BlacBook in 25 days and I can't. effing. wait. My ThinkPad died just a few weeks ago, so I've been jumping from computer to computer and can't wait to have a laptop again... keep coming with the pics guys, they're great!!
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Cool desktop pic... any linkage?!
     
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Originally Posted by Cadaver
Cool desktop pic... any linkage?!
Seconded.
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Originally Posted by Ouhei



My setup for now, I'll clean it up when I move out and get a new desk.
awesome song, imo.

i have a blackbook, but no real setup ... i am getting a desk soon though... excited!!
     
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Aug 9, 2006, 11:40 AM
 
Updated picture of my setup.



I just picked up the monitor on Monday. Its the Samsung 204B. 20.1", 1600x1200 resolution. $260 after rebates and a coupon at Circuit City. Awesome monitor especially for the price. I upgraded from a 19" Samsung and the difference is amazing.

Also in the picture, G4 AlBook, 15"/1.5Ghz, Microsoft BT mouse, and an HP all in one printer/scanner/copier. Along with my college degrees, door sign from my first year of teaching that I had all my students sign, various awards from college, my high school diploma, and my teaching license.
There's also a homebuilt PC desktop sitting under the desk to the right that gets occasional gaming use but nothing more.
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haha ok i planned to get a new display, a new external drive for my blackbook, sell my imac g5, then get a mac mini afterwars to leave as digital hub.
     
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is that samsung a wide screen?
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No. Its a regular screen, 1600x1200. I don't care for the widescreens personally.
I do a lot of work from home during the school year so every extra bit of screen space helps.

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is that samsung a wide screen?
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you also get more pixels with 4:3 ratio than widescreen too...but ill stick with my widescreens on any day of the week.
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Here are pics of my ol' setup...






Here is my system now...with my 20" external (Benq FP202W)...







The 12" PB is also slightly elevated towards the rear to help with heat dissipation issues. I chose not to raise the PB not too high as I did not want to put a lot of 'strain' per se on the mini-DVI port. Probably a non-issue to most, but I just feel more comfortable having it that way.
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Did you make that stand shabba?

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all a bit messy on the desk. Both MacBook's are maxed to 2GB, my one is far right normally sits where the 17"PB is and attached to the Lacie display, which is currently connected to my G5 under the table.

The 17" and the other MacBook is owned by client of mine, i was setting his MacBook up for him.
     
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Ya man...

My own design.

Cheap, elegant, and industrial-looking to match the looks of the Al enclosure.

Made from some copper tubing.

I think the copper colour was a nice contrast to the silver.
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Originally Posted by iREZ
you also get more pixels with 4:3 ratio than widescreen too...but ill stick with my widescreens on any day of the week.
for serious, i could never go back to 4:3
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My set up:



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Originally Posted by thiagofll
My set up:




Very nice! Very clean! I love it!

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