My Apple Collection

Discussion in 'Apple Collectors' started by Simplistic, Nov 26, 2005.

  1. Simplistic macrumors member

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    #1
    Consists of;
    (1) U2 Special Edition 20GB iPod
    (1) 20GB iPod color [white]
    (1) 60GB iPod video [white]
    (1) In-ear headphones
    (1) iBook G3 800

    What the future holds:
    iBook G4 1Ghz or more
    60GB iPod video [black]
    Mac mini?
    Mac
     
  2. Simplistic thread starter macrumors member

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  3. Will Cheyney macrumors 6502a

    Will Cheyney

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    My collection consists of:
    (1) Apple Pro Mouse [white]
    (1) Apple Pro Mouse [black]
    (1) Apple USB Mouse [white]
    (1) Firewire iPod connector cable [3 feet]
    (1) USB iPod connection cable [3 feet]
    (1) iPod doc...

    ...No wait, I give up.
     
  4. macOSX-tastic macrumors 6502a

    macOSX-tastic

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    come on guys, leave him alone. simply saying that he can post this in the "post your mac setup: past and present!" thread would be more useful than the comments you have made.

    honestly. im dissapointed.

    :mad:
     
  5. 840quadra Moderator

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    #7
    I would have to agree. I did a similar post when I first joined. Had people attacked me in this way, I may not have (attempted) to contribute to this site financially, or with posts in regards to helping others. Lets not make new members jaded, and become trolls by attacking them for innocent posts like this.

    [​IMG]
     
  6. doucy2 macrumors 65816

    doucy2

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    nice start man good luck in the future
    dont get carried away like i have

    (guys he will learn in time, we all did)
     
  7. Spock macrumors 68000

    Spock

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    Welcome, You dont have to try to blend in. Yes we have plenty of rude people that act like morons and think they know it all, but we also have plenty of friendly people also like the ones that posted positve feed-back in this thread. I must ask in Your list of future things You simply listed Mac??
     
  8. jamesW135 macrumors 6502a

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    Welcome, Cool set-up just ALOT of iPods. Where is the computer?
     
  9. kammron macrumors 6502

    kammron

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    #11
    -imac g3 dv
    -ipod mini (4gb)
    and four ipod stickers in various places on various things.
    im not makin fun...
    i just thinks its fun to into great detail about our apple product.
    :rolleyes:
     
  10. macEfan macrumors 65816

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    I have:

    Color Classic- DOA:(
    LC II-with os 7.1 and 8 mb of ram(wow)
    Performa 6400 with g3 300mhz processor, 136mb ram, 4gb hard drive,
    OS 9.1,
     
  11. aquajet macrumors 68020

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    I vaguely remember posting this once before, but in addition to my sig:

    2 mac pluses
    SE
    II
    powerbook 170, 520c, 540c
    portable
    2 beige G3s
    9600
    umax c600

    and while this doesn't really count, but cool enough to mention...
    atari 1040st

    and don't forget these...
    3G ipod 20gb (btw, newertech's battery was well worth it)
    ipod hp shuffle 512mb
     
  12. maestro55 macrumors 68030

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    I am getting you purchased an ipod before you purchased the ibook? If so, this backs me up in my thinking that the ipod was a great business move for Apple in that people get them and then they rush out to learn more about Apple. When they see how wonderful the Mac OS is, they jump to get their first Mac, and they go from there.
     
  13. Clix Pix macrumors demi-goddess

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    #15
    Or it can work in reverse as well. I'm a case in point here, as I first became enamored of the Mac. I've had my iMac for over a month now and only the other day did I finally get around to doing anything with iTunes. I never downloaded music into my old PCs (one had a damaged sound card and with the other I just never thought about it). Although I'd looked at the iPods each and every time I've been in the Apple store, I never quite understood the appeal beyond the form factor and sheer beauty of the things. So yesterday I spent the greater part of the day happily downloading music into iTunes from the iTunes store, organizing it into playlists and enjoying it on my iMac.... and what's the inevitable next step? You got it -- an iPod! NOW I understand the whole iPod thing and the tremendous appeal and flexibility of it.

    OK, off to go download some more tunes! :)

    Gonna ask Santa for an iPod for Christmas, you bet! :D

    OTB, who is marveling at the whole new world she's just discovered...
     
  14. macg4 macrumors 6502a

    macg4

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    My collection

    I have way more macs then a man should be allowed to have. ill try to name off some of them anyway: (4)apple IIgs's, (4)apple IIe's, (5)mac classic's, (3)mac classic IIs', (2) se/30's, mac sefd,mac iici,mac iisi,mac iivx,(3)lcIII's, lcII, performa 405, performa 5260, performa 5300cd, mac tv, (2) lc475's, lc575, (2) color classics, powermac 6100, performa 6400, powermac 6500, powermac 4400,powermac 9500, powermac g3 dt, powermac g3 blue/white,powerbook 100,powerbook 165c,powerbook 540c,powerbook 520c, (4)powerbook 1400's, powerbook 2400c,powerbook duo 270c, powerbook duo 280c, powerbook 2300c,powerbook 5300cs, mac portable, powermac g5
     
  15. Buickguy macrumors newbie

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    I've got a few oldies but goodies in my "stable"

    2) 512k w/carry cases.
    2) SE, one with the ethernet card in the expansion slot
    2) LCII
    1) LCIII
    1) LCIII+
    1) IIfx
    1) IIci
    3) Quadra 605
    1) Quadra 700
    1) Quadra 950
    1) ClassicII
    2) Quadra 840av
    1) PowerBook 590cs
    2) PowerBook 1400, 0n 1400c, one 1400cs
    1) iMac DV 400Mhz
    1) PowerBook "TiBook" DV
    1) PowerBook G4
    1) 2GB iPod nano

    and

    A Lisa 2/10
     
  16. pknz macrumors 68020

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    -iMac G5
    -iBook G4
    -2 Apple mice
    -2 Apple laptop power converter thingies
    -plastic Apple bag (adorned on wall)
    -2 Apple tattoos (fake tattoos)
    -Mac OSX 10.2 poster (adorned on wall also)
    - Apple power cord for the older iMacs/Performas (the bluish see through cord)

    Yes I lack an iPod
     
  17. MacEffects macrumors 6502

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    Over 200 Macintosh Computers (Pre-1998) and 42 from (1998-2005). And uncountable Vintage parts and components... Ah yes Welcome to the MacRumors Forums!!
     
  18. macEfan macrumors 65816

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    wow! that's quite a collection :)
    you should open up a museum :D
     
  19. mattcintosh macrumors newbie

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    I mostly have Mac Stuff, with a couple of strange items.
    1-Disk Pack 300MB, 1985, 12 12" platters in a thing that looks like a CD spindle
    1-scotch Blackwatch Mainframe tape spool
    1-5.25" 9GB SCSI hard drive(Mac Compatable)
    1-Exabyte Drive, Uses Digital 8 Video Tapes, (Mac Compatable)
    1-Apple OneScanner-Greyscale-Can be fudged to scan in color
    3-B/W overhead projector LCD panels
    2-IIGS
    1-Mac 512k
    2-Mac Plus
    1-Mac SE
    2-SE FDHD
    1-Mac II
    1-IISi
    1-LCII
    1-LCIII
    1-Classic
    1-Classic II
    1-LC550
    1-6100/66-DOS
    1-6115
    2-6116 w/G3
    1-PB 145B
    1-Duo 230
    1-Duo 2300c With 20GB hard drive
    1-7500/100 wG3
    1-8500/180 w/G3
    1-Wallstreet PB
    1-Powercomputing Clone
    1-P3 350MHZ dell

    and they all work except for the LCII, 1-iigs, and the IIsi

    See if anyone can guess which one of those was my first Mac.
     

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