How Many Macs do you own?

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by appleguy, Aug 31, 2002.

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How many Macs do you have

  1. 0 and I am really sad

    7 vote(s)
    7.7%
  2. 1

    16 vote(s)
    17.6%
  3. 2

    24 vote(s)
    26.4%
  4. 3

    15 vote(s)
    16.5%
  5. 4

    7 vote(s)
    7.7%
  6. 5 or More

    22 vote(s)
    24.2%
  1. macrumors 6502

    appleguy

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    Location:
    Auckland, NZ
    #1
    So how many macs do you own.

    I got my first mac in 1995 (Performa 580)
    I then got a G3 PB in 1998 (Mainly as it was my work machine but I had to take it home to do "WORK" ;)
    Early 2000 got an Original iBook
    Late 2000 I brought an iMac DV 400 (Lime if you are interested)
    Early 2001 got given an iMac DV 400 (Strawberry) Sold later on in the year so I Could go on Holiday (I went to Australia again if interested and visited Apple Aust)
    Mid 2001 got a Cube now using as a web/mail server
    Late 2001 got a PB G4 400.

    And over the years I got an SE30 and I built a working 7300/180 from dead machines
     
  2. macrumors 603

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    #2
    Profile. (3)

    My father has a PowerMac and PowerBook (both latest G3 models) at home, and a late G3 at his store. I think he has a slower 33MHz computer there, but I haven't been up there in a while.
     
  3. macrumors 68040

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    #3
    G3 300
    iMac 333
    PM7100
    Mac IIc
    Mac SE
    PB150
    pB160

    Soon to add an iBook to the bunch...
     
  4. macrumors 601

    Chaszmyr

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    #4
    I've got a Powerbook G3 292mhz, a 733 graphite powermac, and a new dual 1ghz ddr powermac. The graphite powermac is for sale though.
     
  5. job
    macrumors 68040

    job

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    in transit
    #5
    two slot loading imacs
    an original powerbook g3
    a 7500
    a 7200
    a performa (6300)
     
  6. Moderator emeritus

    edesignuk

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    Mar 25, 2002
    Location:
    London, England
    #6
    Just the one for me, my little baby, a DP1Ghz QuickSilver, but I hope to make it two soon, with the addition of a 1Ghz TiBook when they are released ;)
     
  7. macrumors 68000

    Over Achiever

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    Location:
    Toledo, OH, formerly Twin Cities, MN
    #7
    Zero :(

    I was going to buy the tibook for fall semester, and now with all the talk about updates in september and october, I decided to wait and see. I want a better graphics card (64 MB) and DDR, and hopefully a 1 GHz processor. I'd be content with that system for years...so hopefully I'll be rewarded for my wait.

    I do have a desktop (200 MHz) and a laptop (550 MHz) PC though...:eek:
     
  8. macrumors member

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    #8
    One. Well not yet, but I just ordered it a few minutes ago. Got this week's special at General Cybernetics (12.1" iBook 700, 10GB iPod, AppleCare, Mobility 1 Case, 512MB RAM and Airport Card). Can't wait to get it - my first Mac ever! :D
     
  9. macrumors member

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    Location:
    NJ
    #9
    At this very moment, i have ZERO macs. ZERO! But in about a few weeks i will order the new 17" widescreen iMac along with a 10 GB. iPod. I hope i made the right decision by switching to Mac.



    atari
     
  10. macrumors 68000

    SilvorX

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    Location:
    'Toba, Canada
    #10
    0 and yes i am reall sad :( lol
    i'm hoping of getting one soon but i doubt thats gonna happen
     
  11. macrumors 68030

    Hemingray

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    Ha ha haaa!
    #11
    Just Macs? Okay...

    Macintosh Plus (3)
    Macintosh Classic
    Macintosh Portable
    Macintosh IIcx
    Macintosh IIfx
    Macintosh SE/30
    Macintosh LCII
    Quadra 650
    Quadra 660AV
    Quadra 800
    PowerMac 7100
    PowerMac 7500
    PowerMac 8500
    PowerMac G3 Beige Tower
    PowerMac G4 PCI
    iMac (Rev.B)
    iBook (clamshell tangerine)

    :rolleyes:
     
  12. macrumors member

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    Location:
    sneaking up behind you with a knife...
    #12
    Peforma 6400
    Powerbook 180
    Powerbook 1400
    Powerbook 3400c
    Wallstreet Powerbook
    Bronzekeyboard powerbook
    Pismo powerbook
    Powerbook G4 rev A
    TAM
    Mac SE/30
    iMac, rev a

    As you can see, I have bought a lot of powerbooks. I have some other ones but I dont know what model they are.
     
  13. macrumors 604

    LimeiBook86

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    Location:
    Hanging around in NJ with his cutie. :)
    #13
    Macs will be good to you, and good choice on the iMac :)
     
  14. macrumors 68030

    irmongoose

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    Dec 3, 2001
    Location:
    Sometimes Tokyo, sometimes California
    #14
    Flatpanel iMac (15", 800 MHz)
    Beige G3 (No Zip, 233 Mhz)
    Mac Classic II (Bought at school's carnival)

    Not much of a collection, but it's still good enough.




    irmongoose
     
  15. macrumors 65816

    mmmdreg

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    Location:
    Sydney, Australia
    #15
    right now, 4 iMacs..one died today as shown in some thread i posted...and an LCIII that has no monitor and doesnt work...
     
  16. macrumors 604

    LimeiBook86

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    Location:
    Hanging around in NJ with his cutie. :)
    #16
    My Macs

    Well here's what I have:

    OTHERS:
    PowerCD (part of it)
    Apple StyleWriter 2400 (hardly works half the time, it's wierd)

    COMPUTERS:
    Macintosh Classic
    Macintosh 512k and an old Modem, Printer and 2 Floppy Drives for it, and the bag for it :) I got it for 20 bucks at an Flea Market
    Power Macintosh 7500/100 AV in
    Power Macintosh 7300/80 with 3 monitor ports :)
    Macintosh IIcx (My dad's first mac, doesn't work currently)
    Macintosh IIci IT HAS ETHERNET! LOL :D
    Performa(s) (forgot number) I might have 2 but I use it for parts.
    Performa or Quadra Tower (just the case, forget exact name)
    Power Macintosh 6100
    Quadra 660 AV (for parts, worked but puting it into new case)
    Powerbook Duo 230 (2) I sold one, the other is for parts
    Powerbook Duo 270c (screen broke, swaped HD with the 230 and sold 230)
    Powerbook 540c (screen broke and now the monitor out port is loose)
    PowerMac G4 Tower AGP 450 mhz (its my dad's current mac) 2 HDs one 20GB and on 80GB, has Zip and DVD
    iMac Graphite 500mhz DVD Special Edition (forget rest) Bought it from CompUSA but it didn't work, the screen didn't wanna turn on most of the time, I installed OS 9.2 and OS X on it but then we returned it, it wasn't worth $800 bucks when it didn't work half the time, I miss it, it had the pro keyboard and mouse :D I deleted my only picture of it by mistake... :(

    MONITORS:
    Apple Studio Display 21 inch (for G4)
    Apple MultiScan Display 17 inch (for 7500)
    Apple MultiScan Display 14 inch (for 7300)
    Apple RGB Color Monitor 12 inch (don't think it works :()
    Apple RGB Color Monitor 13 inch (used for Macintosh IIci and IIcx)

    Now my pride and joy, my little iBook Key Lime Special Edition! It's packed with FireWire, DVD, 320MB RAM, 8MB Video RAM (I think) and soon to come a 40GB HD to replace my full 10GB HD, I have an external Maxtor 76GB HD (FireWire) The screen cracked but I got it fixed. :) Apple wanted like $800 for the repiar but, I got it online for about $300.

    Thats it, but I wanna get a old B&W G3 TOWER, for my Photoshop work, I need a big screen to do work on. I hope to ad more :)
     
  17. macrumors 601

    cb911

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    Location:
    BrisVegas, Australia
    #17
    i have just the one, and it's my first- a TiBook 667 (rev. C) :D:D:D
     
  18. macrumors regular

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    Location:
    manhattan
    #18
    I currently have a PM B&W G3 350, the iBook 700 and just bought the DDR 867. I guess this was what the poll asked.
    For the fun of it, I have had:
    Apple IIe
    Mac Plus
    Mac SE/30 (I think the greatest mac ever in terms of performance jump)
    The Duo 230 with dock (also a great little computer, loved it)
    Mac IIsi, I think this was the name of it, (greatest piece of crap ever).

    And I think Apple is such a great part of my life - no. no exaggerations, I love it. No PC will ever enter my home !!!
     
  19. macrumors 6502

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    #19
    Computers..........

    Yhea........computers........ not just macs pal!!!

    Past: 1: Texas Instruments, the silver keyboard that you hooked up to a TV.....lol
    2: TRS80 Model 4 ........arguably the original iMac?
    3: Leading Edge 286
    5: TC Pentium 1MMX
    6: Old Apple PPC I "tried" to restore....still have monitor
    7: AMD Athalon 1.1GHZ ....rebuilt from parents old Compaq AMD K6 shell, later sold.

    Present: 1: iMac DV 400MHZ with 320mb sdram, 60gig firewire
    2: Alienware Aurora Athalon XP2100+ loaded
    3: Compaq Presario 1ghz Duron Laptop, much better then original Comcrap K6 Presario desktop.

    P.S. Been using computers since I was 9 years old......28 now
    :D
     
  20. macrumors 6502

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    #20
    Oops

    Forgot about the IBM 386, was a cool system very small screen looked like an old old Apple actually. That was after the Leading edge. and also a Royal 486, these 2 were between the leading edge and the Pentium 1......:cool: I'm sure this info is really important to you all:D
     
  21. macrumors 6502

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    Mar 1, 2002
    Location:
    South Australia
    #21
    I have 5 macs and two semi broken ones

    Working:
    Power Mac 7600/132
    PowerBook 100
    Mac IIsi
    Mac Plus
    Mac Classic

    Semi Broken:
    Mac Plus
    Mac Classic

    One which claims to be a computer:
    486-DX2/66
    And hopefull some money will fall from the sky to buy a new mac to replace my PM7600
     
  22. macrumors 604

    MacBandit

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    Location:
    Springfield, OR (Home of the Simpsons)
    #22
    I typically don't keep them. When I get a new one I usually sell the old one to a family member.
     
  23. macrumors regular

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    Oct 23, 2001
    Location:
    NJ
    #23
    Ok here goes:

    2 Macintosh Plus's
    1 Mac Classic 2
    1 Mac IIfx
    5 Mac IIsi's
    1 LC II
    1 Performa 410
    1 Quadra 700
    1 Quadra 900 that is now a 950
    2 7500's
    1 Newton eMate

    IBM Crap:
    1 NEC Ready 7022 (Pentium 90)
    1 Compaq deskpro (Pentium 233)
    1 Compaq Presarion 5BW220 (633 mhz Celeron
    1 Home built AMD K62 500 machine
    1 home built Pentium III 800mhz machine.

    Done. (whew)

    dh
     
  24. macrumors 601

    ftaok

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    Jan 23, 2002
    Location:
    East Coast
    #24
    3 is the magic number

    I have 3 Macs.

    My current one is the iBook - 500 Combo.

    My previous one was the LC575.

    And the one before that was an SE/30.
     
  25. macrumors newbie

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    Location:
    Ireland
    #25
    Imac 350mhz
    7300/166

    2 Quadras in work that nobody wants, soon to be mine
     

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