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Dark Helmet
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Mar 30, 2006, 05:53 PM
 
In order from 1993 till today

*�Means I no longer have it

Original Newton Messagepad *
Performa 5200 *
Performa 5300 (free replacement from apple for the 5200)
Newton 130 *
Newton 2000
PowerMac G3 Tower
G4 Cube
15" Apple LCD Display
iBook Snow dual USB 500MHz
PowerMac G5 Dual 2.0GHz
20" Apple Studio Display
3G iPod 15 Gigs *
Airport Express
Airport Extreme
iPod Shuffle 1 Gig
iPod Nano 4 Gig
Intel Mac Mini core duo 1.63MHz
Bluetooth Mouse/Keyboard
Wired Mighty Mouse
Black MacBook
( Last edited by Dark Helmet; Aug 15, 2006 at 01:03 AM. )

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Mar 30, 2006, 06:33 PM
 
iPod solid-wheel 10gig, which just died on me, arrrgh.
Power Mac G4 867 MHz Quicksilver
Power Mac G4 500 w/DVD-RAM thingie and 15" Apple LCD Dsplay*
Power Mac G4 400 MHz*
Newton 2100 w/keyboard*
Mac Classic ][*
Apple ][ w/monitor and drives

I also had a UMAX S900 dual-200MHz machine with a killer 96 megs of RAM, but guess that wasn't Apple.

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Mar 30, 2006, 06:43 PM
 
Performa 6500 225Mhz ($2500)
Powerbook G4 400 ($2600)
iPod 3G 15 gig ($300)
ibook G4 1.2 ($1000)
iPod Shuffle 512 ($100)
iPod Nano 4 gig ($250)
Quicksilver G4 733 ($150 used)

$6,900 total (not including upgrades and miscellaneous accessories which probably is another $1500 or so)

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Mar 30, 2006, 06:54 PM
 
Performa 630
Power Mac 8200
Powerbook Lombard
iMac Blueberry
iBook dual USB 500 Mhz
Powerbook Titanium 500 MHz
iBook dual USB 600 Mhz
iBook dual USB 900 Mhz
Mac mini 1.25

iPod 5 GB 1st gen.
iPod 30 GB 5th gen.

printers, scanners, displays, etc.
     
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Mar 30, 2006, 07:01 PM
 
ANOTHER one of these threads?

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Dark Helmet  (op)
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Mar 30, 2006, 07:07 PM
 
Anyone ever own one of these? I loved that it had standard RCA ports in the back, I hated the stand though and I hear Steve J thought the same. The Picture frame stand that was an option was much nicer.


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Mar 30, 2006, 07:19 PM
 
mac se
mac color classic
bondi blue imac
ibook dual usb
G4 Cube
Quicksilver G4 Powemac
Powerbook
G5 Dual 2.0
Mactel Mini - not quite yet - the order is going in tomorrow

iPod mini

Of all of the systems I still have the Mac se, color classic, PB and the G5 (and of course I'll have the mini shortly)

The mini will be my toy, hobby to hack around with, the G5 is my main machine that use PS and Aperture. The PB is used for traveling and holding my images when go on vacation and take pictures.
     
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Mar 30, 2006, 07:23 PM
 
iMac Rev D
Pro keyboard and mouse
iBook 900Mhz
replacement power adapter
1Ghz 12 inch PowerBook
iPod mini 4gig
AirPort Express + Card
Mac mini + Keyboard (for my mom)
iPod 5G 30 gig + iPod socks
     
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Mar 30, 2006, 07:29 PM
 
First, I was "privileged" by touching amongst the very first LISA and Macintosh 512 sold in Canada.

Mac Plus*
PowerMac 6100*
Powerbook 5300C*
Powerbook 1400c*(died from a Tia Maria spill, don't ask)
Powerbook G3 300MHz*
Powerbook Titanium 500MHz*
Powerbook Al 12" 1 GHz + 20" Apple LCD
LC475
1G iPod 10G
iPod U2*
iPod Shuffle 1Gig
iPod Nano 4Gig

*gone
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Mar 30, 2006, 07:50 PM
 
No way I'm going to remember it all, but I'll give it a go.

CPUs:

Desktop

512k
LC
Classic
Color Classic
Si
Ci
Perfoma 638
6100
6360
7100
7500
7600
Beige G3
B&W G3
G4 450
G4 733 *
Mini *

Laptop

PB 145
Duo 230 (?)
Duo 2300
540c
1400
2400
5300
Wallstreet
Pismo *
G4 Titanium
G4 Alu *

Displays

12" RGB
13" RGB
15" Multi-Sync
16" Multi-Sync
17" Multi-Sync
17" CRT with ADC *

Printers:

StyleWriter
StyleWriter II
Color StyleWriter
LaserWriter II
Smaller AT laser printer I can remember the model number of

Newton:

MP100
MP120
MP130

iPod:

Original 5GB
10 GB (battery dead, but still use as external FW drive)*
1 GB Shuffle
U2 iPod (color)*
30 GB iPod w/ Video

AirPort

Original BaseStation
Airport Snow Basestation
Airport Extreme Basestaion
Airport Express Basestation

Other:

QuickTake 150
Apple Design Speakers (platinum)
GeoPort modem
Various External Drives, HD and CD-ROM

That's all I can think of now. I'll update if I think of anything else.
     
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Mar 30, 2006, 07:50 PM
 
Desktop computers
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Apple IIe
Lisa (2 of them)^
Macintosh 512k (2 of them)*
Macintosh SE (2 of them)
Macintosh IIcx
Macintosh IIsi
Macintosh Classic
Macintosh Classic II
Performa 631cd
Performa 636cd^
LC 575^
Power Macintosh 7100/80av
Power Macintosh 5260/100^
Power Macintosh 5260/120
Powermac 8600/300 (2 of them)^
Powermac G3 333^
iMac 333
iMac 400^
Powermac MDD Dual 1ghz*

Laptops/Handheld stuff
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Powerbook 145b
Powerbook 1400cs/166
Newton MessagePad 120
iBook G3 600mhz
1g 5gb iPod^
Powerbook Wallstreet*
iPod 4g 20gb (gone through 3 of them, i love applecare)
Powerbook G4 12'' 1ghz

Printers
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Stylewriter II^
Stylewriter 1200
Personal Laserwriter^
Laserwriter Pro^
Laserwriter II^
ImageWriter

Misc stuff
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
11ADB Keyboards
More mice than i wanted to count
One scanner^


^ For sale, make me an offer in a PM
* No longer have
     
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Mar 30, 2006, 07:59 PM
 
Mac Plus
40MB Hard Drive
Imagewriter II
Performa 6210
Apple QuickTake 200 Digital Camera
Powermac G4 (Sawtooth 400)
PowerBook G4 (Alu 1.5GHz)
Studio Display (17" CRT)
iPod (3rd Gen 15Gb)
PowerMac G5 (Quad)
     
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Mar 30, 2006, 08:13 PM
 
What our family has owned.

Apple IIc (with matching monochrome monitor and monitor stand)
Apple IIgs (with matching color monitor, one 5.25" disk drive, one 3.5" disk drive, keyboard, mouse)
ImageWriter II printers (2 of them)
Macintosh Performa 450 (rebadged LC III)
Power Macintosh 7600/120
Power Macintosh 8500/150
Power Macintosh G3 B&W 400 MHz (still in use as Mom's main computer)
PowerBook 1400 117 MHz
PowerBook G3 Bronze Keyboard 1999 (Lombard) 400 MHz
Power Mac G4 QuickSilver 867 MHz (single processor)
PowerBook G4 Titanium 1 GHz (still my main laptop)
Power Mac G5 dual 2.0 GHz (first generation, refurbished, still my main computer)
iPod 4th generation 40 GB
iPod 5th generation (video) 60 GB

Tons of Apple keyboards and various mice (AppleDesign keyboard, Black Pro Keyboard, White "Apple Keyboard" keyboard, ADB mice both round and "square," black Pro mouse, white optical mouse)

Mom wants to replace the B&W G3 she and Dad use with a new single core Mac Mini. My favorite question from her is "If I buy a Mac Mini can I still use the same keyboard, mouse, and monitor I have now?"
     
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Mar 30, 2006, 08:16 PM
 
.....

yup, that's about it I think.
     
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Mar 30, 2006, 11:39 PM
 
Here is my list:

-Powerbook 100 (my first computer)
-IIsi
-Classic II (used)
-LCIII (used)
-Quadra 700 (used)
-Work Group Server 6150
-iMac (G3/Rev C/Strawberry)
-G4 Cube (450mhz G4/Radeon) with 17" Apple Studio Display (CRT with ADC)
-iBook G3 (500mhz G3/Dual USB)
-eMac (700mhz G4)
-PowerMac G4 MDD (single 1.25ghz G4)
-iPod Mini
-iPod Shuffle
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Mar 31, 2006, 01:09 AM
 
Classic? (B&W monochrome all in one);
spent too much time coveting early grey powerbooks at Stanford bookstore;
accessed a greyish powerbook in early teaching years as well as academic Macs (LCIIs?);
Finally all mine Pismo Powerbook;
G4imac;
20G ipod for wife;
ipod video 30G for me;
Intel iMac currently (still honeymoon period);
     
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Mar 31, 2006, 01:18 AM
 
Mac SE Dual Floppy*
Imagewriter II*
Quadra 605*
14" Color Display*
PowerMac 6100*
15" Color Display*
Stylewriter 1500?*
PowerMac 7300*
Powerbook G3 Wallstreet*
PowerMac G3*
17" Studio CRT*
Powerbook G4 Ti*
Powerbook G4 (alBook)
iPod 3G 10 gig (currently in gf's possession)
iPod 5G 30 gig
8 Core 2.8 ghz Mac Pro/GF8800/2 23" Cinema Displays, 3.06 ghz Macbook Pro
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Mar 31, 2006, 01:48 AM
 
10/95 Performa 6220CD 75MHz
2/97 Performa 6400 Video Editing Edition 180MHz
3/98 PowerBook 1400c/117
10/98 PowerBook 3400/240
7/99 iMac Grape 333
11/99 PowerBook 5300ce 117
12/99 PowerMac G4 Yikes! 350
4/00 PowerMac G4 Sawtooth 400
7/00 iBook SE Graphite 366
11/00 PowerBook G3 Pismo 400
5/01 iBook 500
7/01 PowerMac G4 Quicksilver 733
10/01 PowerBook G3 Pismo 400
1/02 PowerMac G4 Cube 450
3/02 PowerMac G4 Quicksilver 733
7/02 iBook 600
11/02 PowerMac G4 (Mirrored Doors) 867
10/03 PowerBook G4 AluBook 1GHz
11/05 Mac Mini G4 1.5
3/06 Mac Mini Intel Core Duo (current system)

No typo above. I actually purchased both a PowerBook G3 Pismo 400 and a Quicksilver G4 733 twice. I sold them to buy other computers and later decided I liked them better and repurchased.
     
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Mar 31, 2006, 02:13 AM
 
iMac DV purple
2x iBook 300 blueberry
2x iBook 366 indigo
2x 5500/225
1x B/W G3 450
1x 450 G4 sawtooth
1x 450 Cube
1x G3 800 icebook
1x 3G iPod 15 GB
1x 1400/166
1x Powerbook 266
1x beige 266
1x Pbook 540c
1x 15" Cinema Display (ADC)
     
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Mar 31, 2006, 02:27 AM
 
LCIII
Performa 480(?)
7200
7300
PB 5300
PB1400
iMac 333 lime
iBook 500 Snow
ibook 700
iMac 1 ghz lamp
PB 1.33 mhz
ibook 1.33 mhz ---currently own
iMac 1.9 ghz PPC with isight ---currently own

iPod video 60, 30 and 4 gig nano.
about 6 other iPods as well and stuff, stuff, stuff.
     
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Mar 31, 2006, 02:31 AM
 
IIe
IIc
Mac Classic
LC III
8500
G3/300 Desktop
G4/400 Sawtooth
Dual 2Ghz G5
G4 iMac

(plus a wallstreet powerbook and a 512K Fat Mac given to me for nostalgia)
     
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Mar 31, 2006, 03:04 AM
 
Desktops:
-----------------------------
Performa 6115 (my first computer)
Original iMac DV SE
Mac Mini G4

Notebooks:
----------------------------
Titanium PowerBook G4 - 800mhz (My main computer)

Peripherals:
----------------------------
StyleWriter 2400
QuickTake 200
Original Airport Base Station
Airport Extreme Base Station
Airport Express

iPods:
----------------------------
Original iPod
1G iPod mini (silver)
5G iPod (black)

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Mar 31, 2006, 05:26 AM
 
Power Mac G3
iBook G3
3rd Gen iPod
iMac G5
4th Gen iPod Photo
iPod Shuffle
iMac G3
iBook G4
Mac Classic
     
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Mar 31, 2006, 05:32 AM
 
LC II
Quadra 630
Quadra 840AV
PM 7300
Quicksilver G4 733
G5 iMac iSight 20"
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Mar 31, 2006, 10:36 AM
 
Originally Posted by Dark Helmet
Anyone ever own one of these? I loved that it had standard RCA ports in the back, I hated the stand though and I hear Steve J thought the same. The Picture frame stand that was an option was much nicer.

I had one of these. Got it when I first came to the UK in 1999. Cost me just over £800 (US$1400).

I was waiting on deciding what machine to get but wanted something to play my Playstation on. I got a Philips 15" display first with a external video-to-vga convertor box. It worked like crap. Took it back and saw that the Apple display had built in Compostie and S-video inputs so i paid the extra for it. That then persuaded me to go with a Mac as I was contemplating a PC (what I was working with at that stage) even though I had used Mac's a bit at home in Australia.

Not a long list but a good one.

- Newton MP2000
- G3 400 B&W *
- 15" Studio LCD display *
- Titanium PowerBook 550 *
- iMac G5 17" 1.8 *
- PowerMac Quad 2.5 G5

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Mar 31, 2006, 10:51 AM
 
Apple II+
Apple II+ (black Bell and Howell version)
Apple IIe
Mac IIsi
Mac IIvx
Performa 6116 CD
Powermac G3 beige
Powermac G3 blue and white
iMac G4 1.0 Ghz
iPod shuffe 512
     
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Aug 14, 2006, 11:17 PM
 
iPod 10GB - (rev b)
FP iMac 800 - (rev a)
PowerBook G4 1.33 - (rev c)
iPod mini - (final rev)

Current Machine: PowerMac G4 Dual 1.25 - (final rev)

Of all the machines I've owned I think I favor the PowerMac G4 the most.

Noah
Macbook 2.0 Ghz - Black
iPhone 4GB - Fido
     
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Aug 14, 2006, 11:25 PM
 
Apple IIc
Mac Plus
Power Mac G3 (Beige Tower) w/ 17" ColorSync Display
iMac DV SE
iBook G3 12"
PowerBook G4 1.0GHz (Titanium)
PowerBook G4 15" 1.25GHz (Aluminum)

AirPort
AirPort Extreme
AirPort Express

Apple ImageWriter II

iPod 5GB
iPod 15GB (3G)
iPod 20GB (4G)
iPod nano 4GB (Black)
Vandelay Industries
     
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Aug 14, 2006, 11:26 PM
 
This pretty much covers it.

Or, in graphic form:

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Aug 14, 2006, 11:34 PM
 
Centris 610*
Laserwriter Pro 610*
Another Laserwriter -- forget what model.
Performa 630 CD*
Quadra 950*
Sawtooth 450
15" CRT Studio Display*
Cube 450
Blueberry iMac 350
Quicksilver dual 1.0
Powermac G3 300
Powermac G3 300
15" LCD Studio Display
iMac G4 800
Powermac G5 dual 2.0
Powerbook G4 1.25
Airport Express
iBook G4 1.25
iPod ist gen. 5 gig
iPod 2nd gen. 20 gig
iPos 4th gen. 20 gig
iPod photo. 30 gig
iPod mini pink 4 gig
ipod mini blue 4 gig
iPod nano 2 gig

(Some of the above was bought for family members.)
( Last edited by chris v; Aug 15, 2006 at 07:31 PM. )

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Aug 14, 2006, 11:36 PM
 
Power Mac G3* (beige, un-tower) + 17" ColorSync monitor*
iBook G3* (white, slim formfactor)
iPod clickwheel (4G)
iMac G5 (20")
iPod nano
MacBook
USB Modem (does that count? )
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 12:10 AM
 
an original 1984 macintosh (originally dad's)
a mac IIsi (same)
a 1993 powermac (inherited from an old boss when it was 8 years old - still works, kids use it)
an original bondi Rev a imac
a 1999 imac dvd (green)
17" powerbook (lost to a cup of coffee thanks to the ex. I sure miss that computer)
current - 1.6ghz pre-intel imac... wish I had waited a wee bit longer. Oh well... always happens
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Aug 15, 2006, 12:31 AM
 
Originally Posted by starman
ANOTHER one of these threads?
Some just like to see who has the biggest iPenis.
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 12:33 AM
 
PowerBook Duo 210 (Still Have and running strong)
PowerBook G3 Lombard 400MHz (Broken, sold)
Power Mac G3 B&W (Still Have)
iMac G3 DV SE (Still Have)
PowerBook G4 15" HR-SD (Currently main computer)

iPod 2G (Sold)
iPod 3G (Currently using)
iPod Mini 1G (Returned)
iPod 4G (Returned)
iPod Photo (Gave away as bday present)
iMac 24" | Core 2 Extreme 2.8GHz | 4GB RAM | 500GB HD
PowerBook G4 15" HR | 1.67GHz | 2GB RAM | 100GB HD
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Aug 15, 2006, 12:39 AM
 
Switched Christmas '04:
PowerMac G5: Dual 2.5Ghz
iPod Nano...

......
..........
...I guess that makes me a noob, lol.

Originally Posted by waxcrash
Some just like to see who has the biggest iPenis.
Thank God my "iPenis" isn't a reflection of...

...nevermind.

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Aug 15, 2006, 12:55 AM
 
* iBook G3
* PowerBook G4
* iPod 2ndG
* iPod Video

[I saw a cool monster jpeg once with every Mac ever built charted along an "evolution timeline". Anyone have a link?]
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 01:06 AM
 
Originally Posted by waxcrash
Some just like to see who has the biggest iPenis.
No, that should be Mac Penis Pro !

-t
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 01:32 AM
 
I'll include stuff my dad bought:

Macintosh SE/30
Macintosh IIci
Power Macintosh 6100
iMac 333 (Lime)
G4 400 Sawtooth
Newton 2100
PowerBook G4 12" (this is on loan from a friend until Feb.)
2008 iMac 3.06 Ghz, 2GB Memory, GeForce 8800, 500GB HD, SuperDrive
8gb iPhone on Tmobile
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 01:49 AM
 
lifelong fan of apple since grade school, but never owned until I got the pismo for college.

PowerBook G3 500Mhz (Pismo)
Original 5GB iPod
PowerMac G4 867Mhz (Quicksilver)
PowerMac 9500/200
PowerBook 3400c/180
iBook G4 1.2Ghz
Black 60GB Video iPod

in closing, i'd have to say that i would've never moved to the mac had it not been for os x. classic os was nice, but didn't have the amenities of modern day os's that i was looking for.
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Aug 15, 2006, 08:39 AM
 
My list isn't very long…but length doesn't matter right?

IIci
iMac DV 400 (Blueberry, power surge took her from me )
5400/200 (still have it)
Dual 2.0 G5 (current main machine)
20" cinema display (the white & clear plastic one)
iPod Nano 2Gig

That's about it.
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Aug 15, 2006, 09:01 AM
 
I'll forget a few: (these should be in order)
Performa 6116CD w/ Stylewriter 1200
PowerMac 7100/80AV
Mac Classic
Mac Classic II
Mac SE/30
Powerbook 5300cs (x3)
iMac DV
iBook G4
Beige G3 Minitower (x3)
iPod Shuffle
Beige G3 Desktop (x5)
B&W G3 (x3)
PowerBook 1400c/cs (x6)
Duo (x2)
Lombard (x2)
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 09:18 AM
 
Apple IIgs (with whatever monitor went with it)
ImageWriter II printer
Power Macintosh 8100/80
PowerBook G3 (400 MHz Lombard)
PowerBook G4 Titanium 1GHz
iMac G5 20" 2.0 GHz
Airport Express

The IIgs and ImageWriter are from my childhood, so really, my folks owned 'em. But I used 'em the most. I still have the last 3 list items, though the Ti is essentially my girlfriend's Mac.
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 09:28 AM
 
I'll try to remember them all, but probably forget some

2x Powerbook 150
Powerbook 540c
Powerbook 190
Powerbook 100
6xQuadra 605
Quadra 610
Centris 660AV
Quadra 840AV
Quadra 700
Quadra 900
Quadra 630
LC630
LC630 DOS
2x6100/66
8100/80
7100/66
WGS9150
Centris 650
9600/300
9500/180MP
7300/200
7200/120 DOS compatible
8500/120
Performa 6300
Power Macintosh 6300
Classic II
Plus
SE
G3/233 DT
IIsi
IIci
IIcx
7220/200
CD600i
II
IIx
5xApple Colour Display (14")
AppleVision 20"
AppleVision 17" (1710AV)
iMac G3/400
eMac 1GHz
Performa 6360
Performa 6400
Apple Portrait Display
Multiple Scan 14"
2xQuicktake 150
Quicktake 100
Quicktake 200
iPod nano 2GB
about 5xLCII
about 5xLCIII
3xLC475
12" colour display
Performa 5200CD
Black Power mac 5500
Stylewriter II
Color Stylewriter 1500
Color Stylewriter 2500
5xStylewriter 4100

a few other models I can't remember in storage (they're broken) and various external floppy drives, keyboards, mice, microphones, cables and other bits.

http://www.danamania.com/temp/dr.mov is many of them in the one place .

dana
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ajprice
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Aug 15, 2006, 09:43 AM
 
Performa 6400/200
15" AV display
G4 Quicksilver 867MHz
40GB iPod 4G
iSight
Mighty Mouse

It'll be much easier if you just comply.
     
zerostar
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Aug 15, 2006, 09:57 AM
 
We have had a few macs, but just 2 pcs over the past 10 years that have been secondary machines.

Computers:
Apple Color Classic
Apple IIci
Performa 6500
4400/200
iMac Origional
iMac DV
iBook Clamshell Lime
iMac DVSE
iBook Clamshell Graphite SE
G4 400 Tower (upgraded over 3 years and put into a quicksilver case)
G4 MDD 867
G5 Dual 2.0
Powerbook G4 15" 1.5 Alum (current)
G5 Quad 2.5 (Current)

Displays:
2 x 15" Apple LCD
17" Apple LCD
20" Apple LCD (Current)

ipods:
5Gig 1st gen (Still working)30GB Photo White (current)
60GB Video Black (Current)

others:
Laserwriter 600/16
Various Apple Stylewriters
Various Color & B&W Apple Scanners
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 10:24 AM
 
I don't remember much past 2001, they were the dark PC days after my Performa 575 didn't have what it took and my Apple IIe was purely ancient:

Since 2001:
Notebooks:
TiBook 667 VGA
15" AlBook 1.25
17" AlBook 1.5
15" AlBook 1.67
15" AlBook 1.67 HiRes
17" AlBook 1.67 HiRes
15" MBP 2.16
17" MBP 2.16
13" Macbook
17" MBP Merom (ordering next month)

Desktops:
Apple IIe
Performa 575
Power Mac G4 MDD Dual 1Ghz
Power Mac G5 DUal 2.5Ghz
Power Mac G5 Dual 2.7Ghz
Power Mac G5 Quad 2.5 Ghz
Power Mac G5 Dual 2.0 Ghz
iMac 20" Intel 2.0Ghz
Mac Pro 3.0 Ghz

Displays:
23" ACD
30" ACD

iPods:
Original 5GB
1G 10GB
2G 10GB
2G 20GB
3G 10GB
3G 30GB
4G 40GB
60GB Photo
4GB Silver Mini
1GB Shuffle
4GB Black Nano
60GB Black with Video
     
cms
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Aug 15, 2006, 10:49 AM
 
Roughly in chronological order, since 1988:

MacPlus
SE
Performa 5200
Power Macintosh 7200/120
iMac DV Special Edition
iMac G4 Flat Panel (700 MHz; 15" screen)
First Gen 5 GB iPod
12" iBook G3 500 Mhz
15" Studio Dispaly
12" iBook G4 1.25 GHz
15" G4 Powerbook 1.25 Ghz
First Gen iPod mini 4 GB (silver)
Powermac G5 Dual 2.0 GHz
iPod shuffle 1 GB
Apple 20" Cinema Display
Mac mini 1.42 Ghz
60 GB video iPod
iPod nano 4 GB (black)
MacBook Pro Dual 2.0 Ghz
iPod shuffle 1 GB (replacement for one above that died last week)
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 11:05 AM
 
Hi dana

You can't eat all those hamburgers, you hear me you ridiculous man?
     
imitchellg5
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Aug 15, 2006, 11:24 AM
 
My first Apple: PowerBook 5300cs
iBook G3 rev A
iMac G5 rev A
PowerBook G4 rev A
Power Macintosh 6100 ( actually the Performa)
PowerBook G3 for a few days rev A
Apple 128k floppy disk folder
Apple Messenger bag for PowerBook 5300 series
A lot of Apple stickers
iLife '03
iLife '04
iLife '05
iWork '05
Final Cut Pro 5
Final Cut Express 3
Remote Desktop 3
iSight rev B
Original iPod ad from 2001
iPod mini
Macintosh Classic
Macintosh Classic II ( still have this but it has a bad monitor)
Mac OS X Tiger
Mac OS X Panther
Mac OS X Jaguar
Mac OS 9
Mac OS 8.6
Power Macintosh G3 ( my friend and I saved up for it, lasted 2 months before biting the bullet)
     
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Aug 15, 2006, 11:34 AM
 
I can't believe how much some people here spent on Apple. Unbelievable.

Me:

1995: Performa 5200
(1998: Umax clone - doesn't really count, I guess)
2001: iBook Dual USB 500 MHz
2005: Mac Mini 1.42 GHz

-t
     
 
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