My Imac pics


dborja

macrumors 6502a
Sep 13, 2007
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Northern California
Very nice setup! That beautiful screen sure stands out and the work area sure looks conducive to working.

I also wanted to chime in about the cool mouse rug...:)
 

resm

macrumors 6502
Feb 1, 2002
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Singapore
wow...nice set-up

not only a great computer but a beautiful set-up too.
You should sell the set-up picture to Apple !

I bought a rug like this in Dubai when I visited there about a year ago.

enjoy your computer :)
 

lightpeak

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Dec 1, 2009
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BC, Canada
Know how to make it look even BETTER? Give it to ME! ;):p:D

But in all seriousness... very nice, sleek setup and my advice to you: Don't eat or drink in front of your iMac!!!!! Resist the urge.
 

Prozac

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Sep 16, 2004
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Lovely desk.

(iMac's lovely toohttp://images.macrumors.com/vb/images/smilies/tongue.gif)
 

Markomcm

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Nov 27, 2009
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Thought I'd jump on the wagon, and post my Imac pics as well

Here's my setup, with and without flash from my digital Camera.

Loving the mac experience, and even converted the wife as I got her the unibody Macbook to replace her 17" HP Laptop.
 

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applelicious

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Original poster
Nov 17, 2009
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New York, NY
Is that a cable I see?? :eek:

These pics were almost perfect until I saw that cable. :)

Isn't there a large hole in the stand for cable management?
Funny you mentioned. I just realized that the only cable that is going through that stand hole is power cable. I will be taking care of the rest of the cables right now.

I can't take full credit for decor as my wife pretty much set it up (I just dragged the heavy stuff in place :eek:) She is actually sitting right next to me and LOVES reading your comments. So thanks everyone for making her day :D

I am introducing her slowly to mac world and I am already starting to get hints on Macbook Air. Ohh boy I am going to go bankrupt :rolleyes:

Cheers!
 

applelicious

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Original poster
Nov 17, 2009
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New York, NY
Here's my setup, with and without flash from my digital Camera.

Loving the mac experience, and even converted the wife as I got her the unibody Macbook to replace her 17" HP Laptop.
Nice set up. I see you have 2 monitors. Do you use it for work or do you just love apple that much?...:rolleyes:

I see you already got your wife hooked on this "mac crack" :D Mine is absolutely in love with this thing. I get to use my HP work laptop most of the evenings as she is messing around with itunes/iphoto/iweb most of the time

agghhhh...I need to get her own computer fast...;)
 

Markomcm

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Nov 27, 2009
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reply to Applelicious

Nice set up. I see you have 2 monitors. Do you use it for work or do you just love apple that much?...:rolleyes:

I see you already got your wife hooked on this "mac crack" :D Mine is absolutely in love with this thing. I get to use my HP work laptop most of the evenings as she is messing around with itunes/iphoto/iweb most of the time

agghhhh...I need to get her own computer fast...;)

I love Apple that Much :)

The one on the left is the Imac 27" C2d 3.06 ghz, this is the daily use machine that the wife also uses, as she likes updating her iphoto stuff. (Nickname: Skywarp)

the one on the right is the Imac 27" Core I7, this is my workhorse for video and photo editing. (nickname: Thundercracker)

and the 13" Macbook Pro is my day to day (Nickname: Laserbeak)

yeah, she hates her HP 17" now, she says it's "slower" compared to her unibody white macbook. i laughed a little bit, as it shows the power of OSx shining thru, as the Hp has more ram (4gb to her macbooks 2), and it has Win7 64 bit. She loves her Macbook, and the Paul Frank case which she finds so cute, lol. I started showing her the small things about iLife, I know she's going to love it even more. She's an activity director, so it will definitely come in handy.


32 bit geekbench scores for all 4 machines

http://browse.geekbench.ca/user/Markomcm/profile