|Jan 4, 2013, 11:58 PM||#326|
Check out my youtube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/TheKull101
Mac skinned pc Luna netbook
|Jan 22, 2013, 01:12 PM||#327|
Rare Mac Items
Pictures to come:
Transparent Mac SE
Apple IIe (owned by Steve Jobs)
Apple PowerCD (In box)
Apple Newton (In box)
Apple e300 Mate (In box)
450Mhz G4 Cube (In box with factory plastic on Cube)
500Mhz G4 Cube (In box with factory plastic on Cube)
Dual 1.8Ghz PowerLogix G4 Cube
Dual 1.33Ghz Sonnet G4 Cube w/Clear PowerLogix case
Intel Mac Mini 2.53 G4 Cube conversion
MBPro 3.06 Intel Core 2 Duo
MacPro Nehalem 2009 2.26Ghz
iPod 1st generation (In box)
iPad1 16GB 3G
Apple 30 Cinema Display
Apple 23 Cinema Display
Apple 23 Cinema Display (ADC connection)
iSight external camera (In box)
Mac OS X 10.0 Beta test CD
Apple G4 Cube display banner
Vintage Apple "rainbow" hoodies
1986 Confidential Dealers Price List
Steve Jobs signed computer
Last edited by haplain; Jan 22, 2013 at 01:27 PM. Reason: forgot many items
|Jan 23, 2013, 01:07 AM||#330|
@haplain Dude, care to adopt a 31 years old guy? Promiss to be quiet all day, and stay in my room and play with the toys in the pics... You won't hear a sound, not even a boot chime!
27" iMac i5 3.1 GHz; 20" iMac C2D 2.4 GHz; G4 dual 800MHz; iMac G3; G3 B&W; iBook G3 white; iBook clamshell; PowerBook 3400c; Quadra 610; Classic II; 2 x iPad 2 32GB; iPhone 3GS 16 GB.
|Jan 23, 2013, 12:55 PM||#331|
Pixar Stock certificate
All in One
Original Apple TV (1994)
Anyone have any other suggestions?
|Jan 28, 2013, 06:05 PM||#333|
iPhone 5 White/Silver, iPad Mini Space Gray, iPod Tough 5 Blue, iPad 3 White, iPod Touch 4 White -- All Jailbroken
iMac Mid 2011 21.5"
|Jan 28, 2013, 06:08 PM||#334|
Macintosh Centris 660AV w/original monitor + speakers (which are in the monitor) and original peripherals, 16 or 32MB RAM, 25MHz, 200MB HDD, System 7,5,3. Date of manufacture March 1992. Older than I am. Last used ca. 2009, currently in my dad's office under heaps of random papers... -.-
Macintosh LC II w/original monitor and peripherals, fully working + loaded, System 7,5,3 (I believe) ~10MB HDD, so on - currently protected by At Ease 1,0 that I must remove! I currently can't "use" the computer (i.e access Finder) but it is totally functional. Date of manufacture November 1992.
These are relatively "rare" systems, not because they were limited-production or anything, but because the Centris 660AV was superseded relatively quickly and the LC II was specifically for use in educational institutions and thus was not often found in homes.
The Centris 660AV is comparable to the Quadro 660, and the LC II is all but identical to the Performa 450.
I also have my mother's black MacBook 1,1 which runs 10,6,8 perfectly with a 1GB RAM upgrade and original 80GB hard drive (I believe). Early/mid 2006. Keeping this one for old times' sake.
We've got a 2006 iMac, from the first series using Intel CPUs if I'm not mistaken. It was running 10,6,8 but the HDC appears shot and you get that folder with question mark no matter how much directory maintenance and error-checking you do. I upgraded the RAM and I guess I'll work on getting a new HDD too!
I gave my mother a 2010 13" C2D unibody MBP with 128GB SSD upgrade. Aesthetically it's not too great, as I got it from a teenage girl! Works, though.
My primary machine is a mid-2012 15,4" MBP (MacBookPro 9,1) with the 2,3GHz 4C/8T i7-3615QM and 8GB RAM plus the high-resolution matte display. I put a 64GB SSD in the primary bay for OS X and applications and replaced the SuperDrive with the 500GB Hitachi drive that shipped with the laptop, which I now use for data. It's great for photo editing and intensive processing, of which I do A LOT, and also programming, which I should do more often.
I also bought my father an iMac 12,1 (mid-2011) which I believe has a 2,7GHz i5-2400S; I upgraded him to 8GB RAM. In retrospect, I should have waited a teensy bit longer to buy this one, since it would likely have been cheaper following the release of the newest iMacs in October 2012...but he needed a computer that supported the version of iTunes necessary for his iPhone 5, not to mention something not 6 years old!
Short story - my dad's a Mac guy and a gadget freak, and I've got all the technical know-how. As a family, we subscribe to the "waste not, want not" philosophy and thus rarely throw away or recycle any kind of appliance until the cost of repairing it exceeds its value. XD
Our washing machine and dryer are Maytags from 1991, so it stands to reason that we keep old computers around as well simply because they still work perfectly fine!
Also my dad likes "that game where you kill the Nazis," meaning Wolfenstein, which runs on our System 7 machines.
2010 MBP 2.53GHz ML | 1993 Centris 660AV | 1992 LC II
25+ other machines
|Jan 28, 2013, 10:59 PM||#335|
Dryers on the other hand have been pretty efficient for the last 30 years, so hold onto those.
|Feb 14, 2013, 04:36 PM||#336|
Not really a 'collection', but a brief history of just about every Apple product I've ever owned.
► Mac Pro 4x 2.66GHz, 6GB, 750GB HDD, HD5770 | PowerBook G4 1.67GHz, 2GB, 32GB SSD, 9700 | 20" Alu Cinema Display
► PowerMac G4 2x 1.42GHz | PowerMac G5 2x 2.3GHz | OnePlus One 64GB | Canon EOS 500D
|Feb 14, 2013, 10:10 PM||#337|
20" Aluminum iMac 7,1 (mid-2007, Santa Rosa,) upgraded to 2.6 GHz Penryn, 6 GB RAM, 1 TB HD, 4 TB total external hard drive
|Mar 14, 2013, 07:19 AM||#338|
This is my very modest collection of all my Apple products:
Indigo iMac G3 450MHz
MacBook Core Duo 13"
retina MacBook Pro 15"
iPod nano 4GB 1st gen
iPod nano 16GB 4th gen
iPhone 5 32GB
|Mar 29, 2013, 11:45 PM||#342|
Dog gone Lisa
The only thing you have that I want is that stinking Lisa. I just want one. But wanting and getting are two different things.
Its but a flesh wound.
You don't know the power of the Dark Side!
|Apr 20, 2013, 11:08 AM||#347|
|Apr 20, 2013, 04:39 PM||#348|
my collection currently stand at:
iMac G3 Rev A (just the logicboard, along with a scsi expansion card)
iMac G3 Rev C (logicboard mounted in a xbox 360 case)
iMac G3 Rev D (first gen slotloader)
PowerMac G3 B/W
iBook G3 Dual USB 12"
PowerBook G4 12" (these things are built like tanks, i take this too school and am less than careful with it, and apart from a few dents it is just fine )
PowerMac G4 Sawtooth
PowerMac G4 Quicksilver 2001
iMac G4 (700mhz, first revision)
MacMini G4 (1.25Ghz, First revision)
PowerMac G5 (DP 2.5, currently in need of a LCS Rebuild)
Xserve G4 Dual 1Ghz (probably my favorite computer, runs my site and is rock solid, but a little loud)
Macbook Pro late '08 (last non UB)
iPod Touch 2G (mc s/n) (either lost or stolen, not quite sure)
Apple TV 1G (running OSX Leopard)
Might take a few pictures of the lot at some point
'08 MBP 2.4ghz 4gb ram Lion Snow Leo|iBook G3 500mhz 256mb ram Tiger|PowerMac G5 DP 2.5ghz 3gb ram Leo|B/W G3 350mhz 256mb ram MintPPC|Xserve G4 1Ghz DP 2Gb ram 2TB Hdd Leo Server|+ some more macs
|Apr 21, 2013, 08:49 AM||#349|
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