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128keaton

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Here they are, all off:
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And, here I am, certainly overloading a socket:

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Full list (Gamer9430, if you DARE post your list, you can promptly ****. I have a G4 iMac, and a Kanga, with two clamshells):
  • PowerBook G3 Kanga
  • PowerBook G3 Pismo
  • iBook G3 Clamshell, Tangerine
  • iBook G3 Clamshell, Indigo
  • PowerBook Ti, 867 (hinge said adios)
  • iBook G4 800MHz
  • PowerBook G4 17" 1.67GHz
  • iBook G4 1.42GHz (!!!)
  • PowerBook G4 12" 1.5GHz
  • MacBook Pro 1,1, 15" 2.0GHz
  • MacBook Pro 3,1, 17" 2.4GHz
  • MacBook Pro 4,1 15" 2.5GHz (BTO)
  • MacBook mid-2007
  • MacBook early-2009
Not pictured:

2011 MacBook Pro
 
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Gamer9430

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You telling me not to post a list... Me? The mighty Gamer9430, master list maker of a collection of 45 computers, will not be told to not post a list...

PREPARE FOR THE LISTS-

1. PowerBook G3 (PDQ, 266MHz)
2. MacBook Pro (13in, Late 2011, 2.4GHz i5)
3. MacBook (Early 08 upgraded to Early 09)
4. iBook G4 12in (1.33GHz)
5. PowerBook G4 12in (1.5GHz)
6. PowerBook G4 15in (1.25GHz) DEAD/WIP
7. PowerBook G4 17in (1GHz)
8. PowerBook G4 17in (1.33GHz)
9. MacBook (Late 07) DEAD/WIP
10. MacBook Pro (15in, Late 2006, 2.3GHz Core 2 Duo) DEAD
11. PowerBook G4 Titanium (1GHz)
12. iBook G3 (Snow, 600MHz)
13. PowerBook G4 15in (DLSD, 1.67GHz)
14. Definitely an apple laptop so I have the same number as Keaton

Oh, and while we're at it, here's some PC laptops for brownie points

1. Dell laptop (Latitude LM)
2. Dell laptop (latitude e6410)
3. IBM Laptop (ThinkPad T42)
4. IBM Laptop (ThinkPad T43)
5. Lenovo Laptop (ThinkPad T61)
6. Dell laptop (Inspiron 1520)
7. HP Laptop (G60-535DX)
8. HP Laptop (Pavilion G6)
 

128keaton

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You telling me not to post a list... Me? The mighty Gamer9430, master list maker of a collection of 45 computers, will not be told to not post a list...

PREPARE FOR THE LISTS-

1. PowerBook G3 (PDQ, 266MHz)
2. MacBook Pro (13in, Late 2011, 2.4GHz i5)
3. MacBook (Early 08 upgraded to Early 09)
4. iBook G4 12in (1.33GHz)
5. PowerBook G4 12in (1.5GHz)
6. PowerBook G4 15in (1.25GHz) DEAD/WIP
7. PowerBook G4 17in (1GHz)
8. PowerBook G4 17in (1.33GHz)
9. MacBook (Late 07) DEAD/WIP
10. MacBook Pro (15in, Late 2006, 2.3GHz Core 2 Duo) DEAD
11. PowerBook G4 Titanium (1GHz)
12. iBook G3 (Snow, 600MHz)
13. PowerBook G4 15in (DLSD, 1.67GHz)
14. Definitely an apple laptop so I have the same number as Keaton

Oh, and while we're at it, here's some PC laptops for brownie points

1. Dell laptop (Latitude LM)
2. Dell laptop (latitude e6410)
3. IBM Laptop (ThinkPad T42)
4. IBM Laptop (ThinkPad T43)
5. Lenovo Laptop (ThinkPad T61)
6. Dell laptop (Inspiron 1520)
7. HP Laptop (G60-535DX)
8. HP Laptop (Pavilion G6)
Dead ones don't count. I have some PC Laptops too :)
  1. Dell XPS 13 (2013)
  2. HP Pavilion DV2000
  3. IBM Thinkpad X61
  4. IBM Thinkpad X41
  5. Dell Latitude E3440
  6. IBM Thinkpad T30
  7. IBM Thinkpad 330ED
  8. Dell Venue Pro
And I thought I was crazy for having 4...
Haha, you have a ways to go :)
 

eyoungren

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Aug 31, 2011
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I am the curator for the Phoenix Annex of the private @bunnspecial Mac collection. Currently in storage somewhere in Kentucky.

Private viewings can be arranged. Make checks out to me, care of the Phoenix Annex and I will make the arrangements.
 
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Gamer9430

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Dead ones don't count. I have some PC Laptops too :)
  1. Dell XPS 13 (2013)
  2. HP Pavilion DV2000
  3. IBM Thinkpad X61
  4. IBM Thinkpad X41
  5. Dell Latitude E3440
  6. IBM Thinkpad T30
  7. IBM Thinkpad 330ED
  8. Dell Venue Pro

Haha, you have a ways to go :)

That's it, I'm robbing a bank and going on an eBay spree...
 

Gamer9430

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Oh! I forgot my 2011 MBA too :)

and my extensive iOS device collection:

  1. iPhone 2G
  2. iPhone 3G
  3. iPhone 3Gs
  4. iPhone 4
  5. iPhone 4
  6. iPad 1
  7. iPhone 4S
  8. iPad 2
  9. iPhone 4S
  10. iPhone 5
  11. iPhone 5
  12. iPhone 6
Ok, I'm done bragging
Agh,

1. iPhone 6
2. iPod Touch 4
3. iPod Touch 6
4. iPod Nano 4
5. iPod Nano 6
6. iPad Air
7. iPod Shuffle 4
8. iPod Touch 4
9. Apple TV 4
10. iPod 5
11. Last Gen iPod Classic

Now I'm going to have to rob @bunnspecial's house to compensate.

*Cue @MysticCow's fake mod notes*
 
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Gamer9430

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Ah ha! I've got you in one category, video game consoles;

1. NES
2. N64
3. GameCube
4. Wii
5. Wii U
6. Xbox One
7. PS4
8. GameBoy (1989)
9. GameBoy (1989)
10. GameBoy SP
11. GameBoy SP
12. DS Lite
13. 3DS
14. Game Gear
 

iModFrenzy

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Jan 15, 2015
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Our actions define our legacy
and my extensive iOS device collection:

  1. iPhone 2G
  2. iPhone 3G
  3. iPhone 3Gs
  4. iPhone 4
  5. iPhone 4
  6. iPad 1
  7. iPhone 4S
  8. iPad 2
  9. iPhone 4S
  10. iPhone 5
  11. iPhone 5
  12. iPhone 6
Ok, I'm done bragging

iOS Devices:
1x iPhone 2G
1x iPhone 3G
1x iPhone 3GS(no screen but everything else is working so theoretically it counts)
2x iPhone 4
2x iPhone 4S
2x iPhone 5(Some are disassembled does that count? :p)
1x iPad Mini 1st Gen
1x iPod 4th Generation
1x iPod 5th Generation
1x iPod 2nd Generation
1x Apple Watch(counts or nah? its looks alot like iOS)
1x iPhone 6S

Do I win?

Maybe more lemme check around :)

Android:
Galaxy S3
Motorola Atrix HD
LG Optimus ZIP
Kindle Fire (Does that count?)
2x RCA Tablets 7in Mercury(Stay away ewgh)

Consoles:
Gameboy SPA(Need to find it)
PS Vita
PSP 3000
PS4
Xbox One
Xbox 360 Slim
Xbox 360 Xexon

Macs:
MacBook Pro 2,2
MacBook Pro 4,1(Needs to be baked again :rolleyes:)
iMac 5,1
PowerBook G4
iBook G4
iBook G3
PowerBook 540

Regular PCs(Desktop/Laptop):
Dell Workstation 450(I know how much Keaton loves my brand new Dells :p)
Dell Inspiron SSF
ThinkPad T60
2x Toshiba Satellite
Dell Laptop C600?(forget the model, Centrino & Radeon 9600)
HP Pavilion ZE4547WM
 

havokalien

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Apr 27, 2006
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All a good start guys but there is already a thread on collections. You are doing well but may want to see there are peeps with collections easier to list what apple products they dont have then what they do.
 

Gamer9430

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All a good start guys but there is already a thread on collections. You are doing well but may want to see there are peeps with collections easier to list what apple products they dont have then what they do.

The other thread is for people to say what they have and be civil about it, this has become the official MR d!ick measuring contest for the PPC subform, mostly between Keaton and I.
 

Gamer9430

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iOS Devices:
1x iPhone 2G
1x iPhone 3G
1x iPhone 3GS(no screen but everything else is working so theoretically it counts)
2x iPhone 4
2x iPhone 4S
2x iPhone 5(Some are disassembled does that count? :p)
1x iPad Mini 1st Gen
1x iPod 4th Generation
1x iPod 5th Generation
1x iPod 2nd Generation
1x Apple Watch(counts or nah? its looks alot like iOS)
1x iPhone 6S

Do I win?

Maybe more lemme check around :)

Android:
Galaxy S3
Motorola Atrix HD
LG Optimus ZIP
Kindle Fire (Does that count?)
2x RCA Tablets 7in Mercury(Stay away ewgh)

Consoles:
Gameboy SPA(Need to find it)
PS Vita
PSP 3000
PS4
Xbox One
Xbox 360 Slim
Xbox 360 Xexon

Macs:
MacBook Pro 2,2
MacBook Pro 4,1(Needs to be baked again :rolleyes:)
iMac 5,1
PowerBook G4
iBook G4
iBook G3
PowerBook 540

Regular PCs(Desktop/Laptop):
Dell Workstation 450(I know how much Keaton loves my brand new Dells :p)
Dell Inspiron SSF
ThinkPad T60
2x Toshiba Satellite
Dell Laptop C600?(forget the model, Centrino & Radeon 9600)
HP Pavilion ZE4547WM

If it's desktops we're talking...

1. Dell desktop (Dimension XPS T500)
2. Dell desktop (Dimension 4700)
3. Dell desktop (Optiplex 360)
4. eMac (700MHz)
5. PowerMac G5 (Dual 2.3GHz)
6. PowerMac G4 MDD (Dual 1.25GHz)
7. PowerMac 7300 (Sonnet Crescendo G3)
8. PowerMac 8500 (DEAD)
9. PowerMac 6100/66
10. Performa 6360 (Sonnet Crescendo G3)
11. eMac (1.25GHz)
12. Macintosh 512ke (SCSI Interface and 2MB RAM upgrades)
13. HP Desktop (Pavilion 500-c60)
14. Dell Desktop (Optiplex 380)
15. Dell Desktop (Dimension 4100)
16. iMac (17in, Early 06, 1.83GHz Core Duo upgraded to 2.16GHz Core 2 Duo)
17. Dell Desktop (Optiplex 360)
18. Custom PC (AMD FX6300)
19. PowerMac G4 Cube (450MHz)
20. Power Macintosh G3 (266MHz, Beige, Rev A)
21. Power Macintosh 8500 (400MHz Sonnet G4)
22. Mac Mini (Early 06, 1.66GHz Core Duo upgraded to 2GHZ Core 2 Duo)
23. iMac (24in, Late 06, X.YZ Core 2 Duo)
24. OpenEye DVR (X-Series HDDR)
 

chrismail627

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Jan 3, 2016
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If it's desktops we're talking...

1. Dell desktop (Dimension XPS T500)
2. Dell desktop (Dimension 4700)
3. Dell desktop (Optiplex 360)
4. eMac (700MHz)
5. PowerMac G5 (Dual 2.3GHz)
6. PowerMac G4 MDD (Dual 1.25GHz)
7. PowerMac 7300 (Sonnet Crescendo G3)
8. PowerMac 8500 (DEAD)
9. PowerMac 6100/66
10. Performa 6360 (Sonnet Crescendo G3)
11. eMac (1.25GHz)
12. Macintosh 512ke (SCSI Interface and 2MB RAM upgrades)
13. HP Desktop (Pavilion 500-c60)
14. Dell Desktop (Optiplex 380)
15. Dell Desktop (Dimension 4100)
16. iMac (17in, Early 06, 1.83GHz Core Duo upgraded to 2.16GHz Core 2 Duo)
17. Dell Desktop (Optiplex 360)
18. Custom PC (AMD FX6300)
19. PowerMac G4 Cube (450MHz)
20. Power Macintosh G3 (266MHz, Beige, Rev A)
21. Power Macintosh 8500 (400MHz Sonnet G4)
22. Mac Mini (Early 06, 1.66GHz Core Duo upgraded to 2GHZ Core 2 Duo)
23. iMac (24in, Late 06, X.YZ Core 2 Duo)
24. OpenEye DVR (X-Series HDDR)
I must ask, how is it that you have so many computers?!
 

Gamer9430

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I must ask, how is it that you have so many computers?!

Honestly, I have no clue. I guess it's a combination of the fact I'm 16, people, friends, and family by me are generous, and I have a driving force to own as many computers as possible.
 

bunnspecial

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May 3, 2014
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Kentucky
Okay, here's my entry(this may take a while to type up) in roughly chronological order

1. Powerbook 5300C
2. Powerbook 3400C
3. Powerbook Kanga(3500)
4. Powerbook G3 Wallstreet(Mainstreet)
5. Powerbook G3 PDQ 233mhz
6. Powerbook G3 PDQ 266mhz(on the way)
7. Powerbook G3 Lombard
8. Powerbook G3 Pismo(mysterious 450mhz proc.)
9. Powerbook G3 Pismo 500mhz
10. Powerbook G4 Titanium 400mhz
11. Powerbook G4 Titanium 400mhz
12. Powerbook G4 Titanium 867mhz
13. Powerbook G4 Titanium 1ghz
14. Powerbook G4 12" 1.5ghz
15. Powerbook G4 12" 1.5ghz(w/SSD)
16. Powerbook G4 15" DLSD
17. Powerbook G4 17" DLSD
18. Clamshell iBook(indigo, 366mhz FW)
19. 600mhz iBook G3 Snow
20. 700mhz iBook G3 snow
21. 900mhz iBook G3 Snow
22. iBook G4 1.2ghz
23. iBook G4 1.3ghz
24. iBook G4 1.42ghz
26. Blackbook
27. White non-Unibody Macbook
28. early '08 15" MBP
29. '09 17" Unibody(2 of these that I'm working on putting together a good one from)
30. Late '11 13" MBP
31. Mid-2012 15" MBP w/hi res matte screen-aka the most perfect Laptop ever built
 

oldmacs

macrumors 601
Sep 14, 2010
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Australia
My laptop collection

:D
Powerbook 100
Powerbook 170
Powerbook 160
PowerBook Duo 250
PowerBook Duo 280
Powerbook 165c
Powerbook 540c
Powerbook 150
Powerbook 190cs
Powerbook 5300cs
PowerBook Duo 2300
Powerbook 1400cs
Powerbook G3 (Lombard)
Powerbook G4 12 inch
Powerbook G4 15 inch
iBook G3 14 inch
iBook G4 12 inch
iBook G4 12 inch
iBook G4 12 inch
iBook G4 14 inch
Macbook White 2008
Macbook Aluminium Unibody 2008
Macbook Pro 13 Inch Non Retina 2012
 

havokalien

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Apr 27, 2006
649
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Kelso, Wa
Hmm just laptops.....

Mac Portable 5120
Mac Portable 5126
powerbook 100
powerbook 145
powerbook 165
powerbook 170
powerbook 180c
powerbook 190
powerbook duo 230
duo 250
duo 270
duo 2300c
duo dock
duo dock plus
powerbook 540c
powerbook 540c with ppc upgrade
powerbook 1400
powerbook 3400
powerbook 5300
powerbook G3's
lombard
PDQ
Wallstreet
Pismo
Ibook clamshells
teal
indigo
orange
lime 466
ibook G3
ibook G4 1.42
powerbook G4 titanium
powerbook G4 15 1.67
macbook 1181

Had more and newer but went old school for collection, gave away the rest.
All work, nothing listed that doesn't.
 
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128keaton

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The BlackBook looks fresh with El Cap.
Oh, it most certainly does. It was well worth the time and effort to see an El Cap desktop on there!!

As for ALL of my 'mobile' devices:
  1. iPod (2003)
  2. iPod nano 2G (my mom's, so many memories)
  3. iPhone 2G
  4. iPod Touch 1G
  5. iPhone 3G
  6. iPhone 4 (GSM)
  7. iPhone 4 (CDMA)
  8. iPad 1G
  9. iPod nano 6G
  10. iPad 2G
  11. iPhone 5
  12. iPhone 5
  13. iPhone 6 64GB (daily driver)

As for consoles:
  1. GameBoy 1989
  2. GameBoy Color Translucent Purple
  3. PS2
  4. Xbox
  5. Gameboy Advance Glacier
  6. DS Lite White
  7. DS Lite Black
  8. DSi
  9. Xbox One
 

Hrududu

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Jul 25, 2008
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Several of you have me beat, but as long as we're playing laptop collections, I'll get in.

iBook:

iBook G3 800MHz, 640MB
iBook G3 466, 576MB Graphite
iBook G3 366, 576Mb Indigo
iBook G3 366, 576MB Key Lime
iBook G3 366, 320MB Graphite
iBook G3 300, 544MB Tangerine
iBook G3 300, 192MB Blueberry
iBook G3 300, 320MB Blueberry

PowerBook:
PowerBook G4 17" 1.67GHz, 2GB
PowerBook G4 12" 1.5GHz 1.25GB
PowerBook G4 Ti 1GHz 1GB
PowerBook G4 Ti 867MHz 768MB
PowerBook G4 Ti 667MHz 1Gb
PowerBook G3 233 Wallstreet 256mb
PowerBook 3400c 240MHz 24MB
PowerBook 190CS 33MHz 16MB

MacBook Pro:

MacBook Pro C2D 17" 2.6GHz, 6GB
MacBook Pro CD 15" 2.16GHz, 2GB

MacBook/Air:

MacBook C2D 2.16GHz 3GB Black
MacBook Air C2D 13" 1.83GHz 2GB
 

128keaton

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Ok, glad I am not alone in my laptop hoard. How are you guys storing these? I have a small shelf, plus another shelf above my desk. Soon, I'd like to put long, deep shelves above my bed so I can store these open.
 

Gamer9430

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Ok, glad I am not alone in my laptop hoard. How are you guys storing these? I have a small shelf, plus another shelf above my desk. Soon, I'd like to put long, deep shelves above my bed so I can store these open.
Shelving, on desks, on top of other Macs, LOL. My closet has a tower of beige, as well as a pile of dead/parts laptops.
 
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