some awsome iMac G5 accessories to be proud to own

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  1. biohazard6969 macrumors 6502a

    biohazard6969

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    ok, so with my iMac on the way, and christmas around the corner, i've been looking for some cool accessories and was wondering if anyone has a suggestion, something that is really cool, and will compliment the computer well.
     
  2. iEdd macrumors 68000

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    Keyboards are really awesome! :p
    Hmm.. Heard of a radioshark? If you want to record and listen to radio through your mac.
    LaCie Hard drives are nice
    LaCie Lightscribe burners are cool
    USB/FW hubs?
     
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    A nice set of speakers. Soundsticks are good sounding and attractive. Do the new iMacs support 5.1 sound? If so something a little more elaborate than the soundsticks then.


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  5. pknz macrumors 68020

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    USB Flash Drive
    Altec FC 6021 speakers
    Headphones
    Logitech MX518 mouse
    Blank CDs/DVDs
     
  6. booksacool1 macrumors 6502

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    Multibutton mouse (if you havent already got one)
    Some games (altho x600 series isn't that great...)
    Maybe a joystick if you do any flying games.
    Also some sort of tv/video in, watching tv on a large screened imac would be sweet
     
  7. mcadam macrumors 6502a

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    I wouldn't get speakers - I'd get a cable to plug it into your stereo (if I had a proper stereo that is). And a LaCie harddrive is a good idea too.

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  8. wattage macrumors 6502

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    I didn't see any iPod listed in the OP's sig. (probably an oversight for someone with that many macs). Maybe a lock on your door to keep less fortunate mac users out:cool:
     
  9. biohazard6969 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    :eek: yeah...i realize i'm quite fortunate to have owned/still own many-a-mac, i am definitely looking at the new ipod, i have the old 15Gb 3G one and i think its time to upgrade, the battery's startin to go on it. anyways thanks for the great ideas so far, i like the idea of the radioshark, and i also want some decent speakers, i have some amazing ones right now, they're altec-lansing. anyone recomend a NIIICE set of speakers that can handle really LOUD music well without faltering. also, i don't need a LaCie drive, 250GB internal on the imac is WAAAAAAYYYY more than enough. i'm currently getting by just fine (a liiiiittle struggle) with 60GB internal on my PB (main comp thats why) and an external 40gb hotdrive
     
  10. katie ta achoo macrumors G3

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    ah, get a new battery for the iPod.

    I looooove my 3G's button layout, but alas, I will have to part with her one day...

    Is RAM considered an accessory? I'd get me some RAM!

    Maybe a nice Digicam?

    and everyone needs a KT...
     
  11. biohazard6969 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    well i'm probably getting the new ipod for christmas, so no point in replacing battery. RAM, i bought 1.5GB apple RAM *shudder* but only for the convenience that everything was installed when i got it and i wouldn't have to do nething
     
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    Well Bluetooth KB and Mouse is nice, makes my iMac look better but I hate wires!!
     

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