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Discussion in 'macOS' started by Glenn Wolsey, Jan 8, 2006.
iMac G5 17" - 160GB
iPod 3G - 15GB
iPod Shuffle - 512MB
120GB firewire drive-uhh-120gb
pc (yeah, i know lol) 500gb
+ ipod 15gb
+ flash drive 1gb
+ external hard drive 13gb
I'd gladly trade 20 or so gigs from my 200gb boot drive for an extra 20 on my ipod though
Maybe turn this into a poll with incremental sizes. It might be easier to analyse and appreciate.
iMac - 250GB
iBook - 80GB
iPod - 40GB
iPod nano - 4GB
Dell - 250GB
HP - 80GB
Total - 704GB (I think).
Win XP - 80 GB (hefty, I know...)
iBook G4 - 30 GB (frighteningly small...)
iPod Video - 30 GB (does it bother you that this is the same as my iBook..?)
iPod Nano - 2 GB (and still pretty much empty....)
Total: 142 GB
Can we count blank CDs and DVDs....JOKING!
I was about to count .Mac but 1GB is a serious joke.
Sony PC - 750 GB
2nd Sony PC - 460 GB
Sony notebook - 20 GB
Mac mini - 80 GB
PowerBook - 80 GB
Network attached storage - 280 GB
iPod 5G - 60 GB
Xbox 360 - 20 GB
iPod nano - 4 GB
Windows smartphone - 1 GB
Total: 1755 GB
Power Mac G5 480 GB
GFs iMac G5 80 GB
Windows 2003 Box I have at home for work related testing 120 GB
I'm not going to put down the storage in my iPods that just seems a bit weird, I could include the USB key storage I have too, or the storage on my video camera, psp, gamecube, etc, etc?
**** in a. that's one hell of a pr0n collection.
but seriously, what do you do with all that storage?
ibook: 40 G
PB 15" ti: 100 G
PB 15" al: 80 G
PB 12" al: 80 G
HP: 40 G
Compaq: 20 G
Dell: 30 G
Lacie #1: 250 G
Lacei #2: 160 G
Acom: 160 G
Maxtor: 250 G
Lacie Mobile: 100 G
Fujitsu Tablet: 80 G
iPod: 6 G
what, you think no one has an Xserve RAID with 7TB out there?! someone must, then they can just top us all!!! heh
PB = 60 Gb
external HD = 250 GB
backup to external HD = 250 GB
iPod 4th gen = 20 GB
iPod 1st gen = 10 GB
PC (yes i came from the dark side a long time ago) = 60 GB
PC external HD = 60 GB
old HD sitting around not it a case 20 GB, 10 GB and 6 GB oh yeah!
iPod shuffle = 512 MB
total = 746.5 GB
the fact that the data i can not live without is in 4 places (PB, external, back up external, shuffle) and takes up less than 128 MB . . .. priceless, so what do i need the other 746 GB for?!
2nd lacie 250gig
Sony PC - 750 GB - primary work machine and Windows Media Center PC
2nd Sony PC - 460 GB - Exchange Server
Sony notebook - 20 GB - used for emergency/network maintenance
Mac mini - 80 GB - runs iTunes, used for ripping DVDs to iPod-compatible format
PowerBook - 80 GB - my main notebook
Network attached storage - 280 GB - used for storing backups
iPod 5G - 60 GB - used for music
Xbox 360 - 20 GB - used for games
iPod nano - 4 GB - used for music
Windows smartphone - 1 GB - yet another portable music/videos device
Sony PSP - 1 GB - aaaaaaand another portable music/videos/gaming device
Total: 1756 GB (yeah, I forgot the PSP earlier)
Stupid question... how do I check my storage space on my powerbook?
Control-click the HD icon on your desktop and click Get Info.
pbook 17" - 80GB
FW - 200GB
Toshiba laptop - 60GB
Noname PC - 60GB
HP laptop - 20GB
Gateway laptop - 20GB
iPod - 20GB
Oh, thank you! I thought it was something straightforward, but had no idea what
74.41 GB on my PowerBook G4, 45.73 Available
30 GB on my 5G iPod
Some amount of storage on my iMac G5, don't want to walk upstairs to check
PowerBook: 60 GB
4G iPod: 40 GB
5G iPod: 30 GB
External HD: 250 GB (hooked up to the PowerBook)
2nd External HD: 200 GB (hooked to the Power Mac)
3rd External HD: 300 GB (on the PM)
4th External HD: 60 GB
Power Mac G5: 380 GB
PC: 20 GB
Total: 1.34 TB
That's only computers I own. If I counted all the ones in the house, it would be around 2.4 TB or so. Much of that space is used for video editing.
well let me count the hdds
Powerbook: 80 GB
5G iPod: 60 GB
USB Drive: 60 GB
Old HD: 10 GB
2 Flash Drives: 2 GB
Total: 212 GB
.... i need more space.
Main Drive - 250Gb
Scratch Drive - 500Gb
External Lacie - 250Gb
Total = 1 TB
PC Laptop: 40GB
External Drive: 80GB
Cruzer Mini: 256MB
+Multiple CDs & DVDs
Wow, there sure are some power users here!
powermac quicksilver DP 800 = 80gb and 120gb internal drives and a 500gb external lacie for video editing...