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Guys: I have a 2.6 MBP, so the G4 isn't my default computer. I like the 4:3 aspect ratio better, matte screen, and non-chiclet keys. This is and probably will always be my most favorite mac ever.
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I still have a 12" PowerBook G4. It's a nice comfy computer. I rarely use it anymore, but if I could get a new battery, I'd take it to class instead of my 15" MacBook Pro.
     
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I finally upgraded my 15 inch MBP to a current gen 17-i7 MBP.
I will post pics soon
oh, and I replaced the HDD with a Seagate Momentus XT
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Originally Posted by solofx7 View Post
I finally upgraded my 15 inch MBP to a current gen 17-i7 MBP.
I will post pics soon
oh, and I replaced the HDD with a Seagate Momentus XT
Nice! That's a killer machine.
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Aug 26, 2010, 12:08 PM
 
Working on the pics.
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Originally Posted by solofx7 View Post
Working on the pics.
Overall, how impressed are you with the speed of that hard disk?
I'm thinking of pulling the trigger and ordering one for this Dell work machine of mine.
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Originally Posted by driven View Post
Overall, how impressed are you with the speed of that hard disk?
I'm thinking of pulling the trigger and ordering one for this Dell work machine of mine.
I hate to be so honest, but I cannot really tell so far.
I think that it is either because I do not use the computer much or it is because I have to compare it directly to my iMac 27.
For the money, I do not think that you can go wrong.
I love the price and it was not too bad putting it in.
I will run some tests and let you know what I come up with soon.
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Originally Posted by solofx7 View Post
I hate to be so honest, but I cannot really tell so far.
I think that it is either because I do not use the computer much or it is because I have to compare it directly to my iMac 27.
For the money, I do not think that you can go wrong.
I love the price and it was not too bad putting it in.
I will run some tests and let you know what I come up with soon.
Thanks. I appreciate it.
Yeah, it's not terribly expensive, but it's double the price of other 500GB drives. (I think)
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Hey everyone,

I figured I'd start my MacNN membership in style.

15" First-gen Unibody
24" AOC wall-mounted

The office is new so go easy on the decoration...
     
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Originally Posted by dimensionten View Post


Hey everyone,

I figured I'd start my MacNN membership in style.

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The office is new so go easy on the decoration...
Minimalist. I like it.
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Originally Posted by dimensionten View Post


Hey everyone,

I figured I'd start my MacNN membership in style.

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24" AOC wall-mounted

The office is new so go easy on the decoration...
I love the desk, where did you get it?
Nice setup by the way.
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Aug 29, 2010, 02:53 PM
 
It looks like IKEA Furuksog pine table and VIKA legs...

Don't ask how I know it IKEA is my second home recently since I've been remodeling most of my house and they know me by first name there haha.
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Originally Posted by reRESERVEDMD View Post
It looks like IKEA Furuksog pine table and VIKA legs...

Don't ask how I know it IKEA is my second home recently since I've been remodeling most of my house and they know me by first name there haha.
Thanks, that looks about right
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Originally Posted by solofx7 View Post
I love the desk, where did you get it?
Nice setup by the way.
Thanks, I believe the desk is the VIKA FURUSKOG and the legs are VIKA KAJ.

When I get around to finishing the setup I'll take more pics
     
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Anyone have idea of what program I can use to test my HDD speeds?
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Check out my setup. First time mac owner and lovin it. First time posting too!
     
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Originally Posted by dimensionten View Post


Hey everyone,

I figured I'd start my MacNN membership in style.

15" First-gen Unibody
24" AOC wall-mounted

The office is new so go easy on the decoration...
How much was the desk? I checked the site, and the desk was $47 and the legs seemed to be priced at $15 each!?!? does that seem right?
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My new set up at home, going to replace that keyboard and mouse soon though
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Originally Posted by solofx7 View Post
How much was the desk? I checked the site, and the desk was $47 and the legs seemed to be priced at $15 each!?!? does that seem right?
I do like how you dealt with the wires.
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I love your setup.
     
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Very cool speakers
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I like your "simple" setup.
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Originally Posted by Googer-Giger View Post
Guys: I have a 2.6 MBP, so the G4 isn't my default computer. I like the 4:3 aspect ratio better, matte screen, and non-chiclet keys. This is and probably will always be my most favorite mac ever.
Non chicklet keys. That's all you gotta say.
     
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Non chicklet keys. That's all you gotta say.
I liked the silver keys of the previous MBP. I liked the look and feel better. Mine was stolen or I'd still have it. :-(
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That's the only thing I'm not really over joyed with about my MacBook is the chicklet keys. I'd love to have those older silver ones. Those are great keyboards.
     
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Yeah, but the backlighting sucked in anything but total darkness.
     
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Originally Posted by Spheric Harlot View Post
Yeah, but the backlighting sucked in anything but total darkness.
I found them useful enough, and they didn't have the light bleed-thru of the current gen keyboard.
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It was awesome, but it was completely useless in intermediate lighting. Grey backlight on half-lit silver keys simply didn't work well.

How is the "bleed-thru" around the keys problematic for you? I just think it's pretty.
     
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Originally Posted by Spheric Harlot View Post

How is the "bleed-thru" around the keys problematic for you? I just think it's pretty.
Distracting (very). Feels like poor fit/finish. (IMHO)
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This was right after I finished the new office in the basement... it's a lot messier now...!

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Never getting rid of this thing.
Love it. My very first Mac. Sparks up nostalgia.
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Back to my favorite thread
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I still really like Eug's layout. Very functional and it appears to be quite comfortable.
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Not really a setup, because my Ti hasn´t a defined workspace. The left one, a 667 MHz Ti serves as a third backup drive since it´s ATI graphic chip went south. When i have the time on my hand i plan to reflow/resolder the board. The right one is a 867 MHz Ti which eventually will be upgraded with an 1 GHz board.



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What do y'all think of my updated office?

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Originally Posted by Spheric Harlot View Post
It was awesome, but it was completely useless in intermediate lighting. Grey backlight on half-lit silver keys simply didn't work well.

How is the "bleed-thru" around the keys problematic for you? I just think it's pretty.
It always irked me because the brightness tended to be uneven.
I have plenty of more important things to do, if only I could bring myself to do them....
     
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Uneven across the keyboard, or uneven in response to ambient light? My first gen MBP's keyboard is still quite even left-to-right and top-to-bottom, but it has never tracked ambient light very smoothly, which I can deal with.

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Just picked up a 17" MacBook Pro, I love it. 2.5i7/8GB/512

Amazing machine, my first 17". I thought it was going to be way too big, but it's the perfect size. Resolution is amazing and makes anything else look out of date, I mean: 1920x1200 on a 17" is nicely dense enough for me, still in love with 16:10. Have a hard time using 16:9, so this is better for me than the Airs. The thunderbolt is too cool! I use my Dad's dual 27"ers with a Promise RAID. It's driving my 30" right now through the MiniDP to Dual-Link DVI box, the 5870 in my MacPro's fan died and I'm sure there are many blown caps. Get to lug it to the Apple store!


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My current setup: MB Air 2012 11.6 i5 1.7 on the left, iMac 27 2.8 Quad i7 with a side 19" Acer Monitor.

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Very nice! How do you like the sound on those Swans? They include the sub also, correct?
     
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This thread hasn't had any posts since 2012?
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This thread hasn't had any posts since 2012?
Color me shocked as well.
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I'm not surprised. The forums seems to have slowed down quite a bit.
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I'm not surprised. The forums seems to have slowed down quite a bit.
More evidence of our "post-PC world"?
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Also Apple's laptops have looked essentially the same since the Clinton administration, so maybe it's not so fun to take new pictures of them anymore.
The new Mac Pro has up to 30 MB of cache inside the processor itself. That's more than the HD in my first Mac. Somehow I'm still running out of space.
     
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Originally Posted by P View Post
Also Apple's laptops have looked essentially the same since the Clinton administration, so maybe it's not so fun to take new pictures of them anymore.
True. I've always been more interested in the desktop layout around it, and how people organize their workstations. This is often more difficult with a notebook since all the cables at some point need to hit your desk. The lack of an Apple produced docking station doesn't help.
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