Your Digital hub

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by okrelayer, Dec 16, 2008.

  1. okrelayer macrumors 6502a

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    in the early 2000's Apple talked a lot about this hub. This digital hub that controls our digital life style. What is in YOUR digital hub?

    mp3 players
    digital cameras
    video camcorders
    scanners
    phones
    ect..

    whatever else takes part in your hub..


    MacBook Pro 2.4 unibody
    iPhone 3g White
    iPod Video 30 gig
    Canon SD1100 digital camera
    ________________
    Canon Pixmo MP610 printer
     
  2. jaydub macrumors 6502a

    jaydub

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    Jan 12, 2006
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    Hmm,

    Apple MacBook Pro CD 2.16GHz
    Apple MacBook Pro Unibody 2.53GHz
    Canon 40D with assorted lenses
    iPod Video 30GB
    Blackberry Bold with 8GB microsd card

    It's a terrible thing always trying to be on the bleeding edge of technology. I'm learning to make do with what I have for longer periods of time, the change that occurs between revisions just isn't great enough for me anymroe.
     
  3. Mike Teezie macrumors 68020

    Mike Teezie

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    Nov 20, 2002
    #3
    2.8 Octo Mac Pro
    2.4 Macbook Pro
    iPhone
    iPod
    Canon 1Ds mkII
    Canon 5D
    Airport Expresses all over my house for music in every room, controllable from my iPhone. Always impresses the guests. Thanks Apple!

    These stream content from both my Macs, so they go in as well:
    PS3
    Xbox 360
     
  4. hexonxonx macrumors 601

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    Location:
    Denver Colorado
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    Mac Pro 2.8 8 core used as my Apple TV, 23" ACD
    iMac used as my backup for all my music and video purchases in iTunes
    LaCie 2 big triple external drive attached to iMac
    Two HP DV6000 series laptops running Vista
    Qwest Fibre Optic 20MB DSL
    Comcast High speed internet, slightly slower than Qwest DSL
    Airport Extreme Base Station

    3G white iPhone
    160GB iPod Classic
    120GB iPod Classoc
    30GB iPod Photo
    BlackBerry Curve with 4GB SD card

    Old Sony Mavica CD300, still works. I hardly ever used it however but still do about once a year.

    I think that's about it.
     

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