Too Many Macs

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    gekko513

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    I know someone would say that you can't get enough Macs, but this is getting embarrassing.
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    I think I have to hide the MacBook and the PowerBook before the cleaning lady comes on Thursday. (The monitor for the Mac mini is on another table.)

    Anyone else think they have too many Macs? Lets see pics.
     
  2. macrumors Core

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    Personally I don't think you have enough!:)
     
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    miniConvert

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    *looks around*

    Did I just click on Heaven?

    Keep 'em coming! Lovely collection you have there.
     
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    EricNau

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    If you feel you have too many, you could give one to me. ;)
     
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    yankeefan24

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    sorry, no pics, but i have iMac G5 (rev. a), ibook g4 (rev a again, i think), iMac G4 (no clue about rev, need to check later), TiBook (last rev), iMac G3 (last version with 8.6 pre installed), and last (and far from least) is my Powerbook G4 (primary(rev d?)).

    Fortunately, they aren't all in the same place. iMac (G4 and G5) are in seperate rooms, powerbook (1.5) is always near me, TiBook is in the same room as G5, iBook is in a various room, and iMac G3 is in the attic at the "other" location (out of state).

    Any more questions?

    BTW, as you can tell, i don't keep good track of rev's:eek: I don't have rev a anxiety (or whatever they call it now). never had a problem with imac g5 or ibook (this one is slow but…)
     
  6. macrumors 68020

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    Dibs on the MBP!;) :p

    edit: Oh wow, the Mac Mini is so small I didnt even notice it at first!
     
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    zap2

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    Whats crazy is those are new macs. If it was a 68k Mac, an G3 Tower, an ClamSheel iBook and an iMac G5 i could see it being all computers that got there $$$ worth but wow thats a lot of new Macs
     
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    I was going to say that!
     
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    gekko513

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    I know, but they're all there for a reason. (And not just the reason that I get a little bit too excited when I watch Steve Jobs' keynotes).

    The PowerBook was my first Mac. It's a 1GHz and the MacBook is ment to replace it. I'm going to sell the PowerBook.

    The iMac has been my main computer since I got it late last spring. The MacBook will probably replace the iMac too, but I won't sell the iMac, I'll let my parents have it.

    I bought the Mac mini because I thought it would be handy to have around, so technically I didn't have much reason to get it, but it was cheap (it's the G4 model), so why not.
     
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    Chaszmyr

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    Three isn't too many so I knew there had to be a mac mini hiding in that picture somewhere, but it's so tiny and inconspicuous that it took me a minute to find it! :p :eek:
     
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    Maxwell Smart

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    *drool* I wish I had just one of those :p
     
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    Electro Funk

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    I like the way you think! :D

    I justify a lot of purchases with the same logic... sometimes i can be such an impulse buyer... it's cool.. i like it... im taking it home...
     
  13. macrumors member

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    you can never have too many macs. Well, you can but what you have isn't too much.:)
     
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    Bubbasteve

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    Too Many Macs is an oxymoron my friend ;)
     
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    amacgenius

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    And people thought I have (had) too many Macs...sheesh.
     
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    maestro55

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    You already have an iBook, I would make better use of the MBP.. He should give it to me :D

    But seriously, Gekko that is a wonderful set-up and you should keep them all :)
     
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    mark!

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    I have too many Mac's for a 15 year old...which is 3. But thats 1 or 2 more than a 15 yr old needs riiight?

    [​IMG]

    I actually have the 3rd in the living room because i have no room in my room. :D :D :D :D :D

    I LOVE my setup.

    jeez i neeed to do laundry.

    more here:

    http://flickr.com/photos/88756806@N00/sets/72057594081711620/
     
  18. macrumors regular

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    How do you use the eMac with it being that low to the ground?
     
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    mark!

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    I use it mainly as a DVD player...and simple things like that. & I'm not sure if your talking to me because that eMac is actually my first mac, the iMac. :D
     
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    gekko513

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    :eek: I forgot my laundry in the dryer. Now I bet it's all wrinkly. :eek:

    *runs off to the laundry room*



    Edit: Who cares if underwear and t-shirts get wrinkly, anyway. I love your set up, too, markkk!
     
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    Felldownthewell

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    Thats actually an iMac, and Mark is actually a snake. Or maybe he is just flat.
     
  22. macrumors regular

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    Sorry... i didnt even look closly at the pic... i was just like "That mac is on the ground", and wanted to find out why...
     
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    ITASOR

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    Heh, my mom thinks 2 is too many. Good thing I don't listen. :D
     
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    EGT

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    A Mac is like a Swiss Army knife. OK, some have more/better features than others, but you only need one.

    You don't need four! :rolleyes: You're all messing up the market share figures! :p
     
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    You can NEVER have too many Macs! :D
     

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