List of Macs You Have Owned

Jeffo

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PCs: (machine/model -- processor -- OS -- RAM -- HD)

IBM P/S 2 -- SCO -- 2 MB -- 70 MB
IBM PC350 -- 133MHz (P1) -- RHL 9.0 -- 160 MB -- 6.0 GB and 1.7 GB
Gateway -- 180 MHz/MMX (P1) -- NT 4.0 -- 32 MB -- 3 GB
* IBM MPro Intellastation -- dual 450mhz -- RHL 9.0 -- 256MB -- 10GB


Macs: (machine/model -- processor -- OS -- RAM -- HD)

512Ke -- Endor -- 8 MHz (68000) -- 6.0.8 -- 1024 KB
IIvx -- 32 MHz (68030) -- 7.6 -- 24 MB -- 80 MB
IIvx -- 32 MHz (68030) -- 7.6 -- 68 MB -- 250 MB
PB520 -- 33 MHz (68040) -- 8.0 -- 36 MB -- 160 MB
630 -- 33/66 MHz (68040) -- 8.0 -- 36 MB -- 250 MB
6100 -- 66 MHz (601) -- 9.0.4 -- 72 MB -- 350 MB
6100 -- 66 MHz (601) -- 9.0.4 -- 72 MB -- 500 MB
7100 -- 66 MHz (601) -- 9.0.4 -- 136 MB -- 700 MB
7100 -- 80 MHz (601) -- 9.0.4 -- 136 MB -- 520 MB
7100/AV -- 80 MHz (601) -- 9.1 -- 136 MB -- 700 MB and 1.2 GB
iMac(Tangerine) -- 333 MHz (G3) -- X.2.4 -- 256 MB -- 80 GB
* 6500 -- 250 MHz (603e) -- 9.2.2 -- 128 MB -- 10 GB and 9 GB and 1 GB
* 8500 -- 300 MHz (G3 upgraded) -- X.3.5 and 9.2.2 -- 512 MB -- 4 GB and 1 GB and 250 MB
* iMac (Blueberry) -- 333 MHz (G3) -- X.1.0 Server -- 64 MB -- 6 GB
* G3 Tower (Yosemite) -- 400MHz (G3) -- X.3.5 -- 160 MB -- 10 GB
* G3 Tower (Yosemite) -- 450MHz (G3) -- X.3.5 -- 256 MB -- 120 GB and 80 GB and 6 GB
* iBook (Late '01) -- 500 MHz (G3) -- X.3.5 -- 640 MB -- 40 GB
* G4 Tower (MDD '03) -- Dual 867 MHz (G4) -- X.3.5 -- 2048 MB -- 200 GB x 2 and 80 GB x 2 and 60 GB


Total 22 machines
 

Ricky

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8 MHz Mac 512Ke | System 6.0.8 | 2 MB RAM | 20 MB external HD | 800 K floppy drive
33 MHz Mac II (68040 accelerator) | System 7.1 | 8 MB RAM | 80 MB HD | 800 K floppy drive x2
75 MHz Performa 6200CD | OS 9.1 | 40 MB RAM | 1 GB HD | 1.4 MB floppy drive | 4x CD ROM
333 MHz G3 iMac | OS X 10.1.5 | 160 MB RAM | 6 GB HD | 24x CD ROM
400 MHz G3 iMac DV | OS X 10.2.6 | 192 MB RAM | 40 GB HD | 24x CD ROM / 4x(?) DVD ROM
800 MHz G4 iMac | OS X 10.3.5 | 768 MB RAM | 60 GB HD | Combo Drive
1.8 GHz G5 iMac | OS X 10.3.5 | 1.25 GB RAM (Soon... very soon) | 80 GB HD | SuperDrive
 

Viro

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Powerbook 12" 867 MHz
iBook G3 800 MHz
Powerbook 12" 1.33 GHz

Not too many macs, but considering that I've only been using Macs for a year, that's quite a repertoire :).
 

Giaguara

Chmod 760
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Viro you've used Macs for only one year? That's hard to believe. Take it as a compliment ;)
 

delsoljb32

Dark Archon
Apple IIe w/ Color Screen (anyone still remember "Aquatron"?? loved that game!!)
Mac Plus (B&W)
Powerbook 5300cs (no explosions, yaaay!)

-Turned to the Dark Side during college- "You're not my father, I'll never join you...!"

iMac 700MHz Flat Panel
Powerbook G4 1.5GHz 15" screen
 

Jeffo

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Viro said:
Powerbook 12" 867 MHz
iBook G3 800 MHz
Powerbook 12" 1.33 GHz

Not too many macs, but considering that I've only been using Macs for a year, that's quite a repertoire :).

yes it is, and i see you like your portibility!!!
 

Convert

Tech
ok....
PCs
Packerd Bell 400Mhz PC, 20 GB, 128 RAM
Dell 500Mhz 30GB 128 RAM
Compaq 1.1ghz 30 GB 256 RAM
Sony Vaio 1.4 ghz 20GB 256 RAM
Dell 2.8 Ghz 60GB 256 RAM
Advent 3.2 Ghz 200GB 1024 RAM

Mac's
Powerbook 1.33 ghz 60GB 512 RAM

And in total now, we have 6 laptops and 2 computers, online. Makes broadband feel like the good ol 56 again. :confused: :cool:
 

Viro

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I love Macs :). I only got a Mac last september which was *really* cool. My background is in UNIX(a lot of Windows too, but I don't admit that normally) and Macs just felt like UNIX done right (tm).

Like Jeffo noticed, I love portables since they allow me to move about and also to lock them away when I don't need them so I get more desk space. Linux/Solaris/FreeBSD sucks on laptops. Mac OS X fits the bill perfectly as a version of UNIX for laptops. What's not to like?
 

azrad

Not-so-junior Member
iBook 366 MHz - with my girl
PowerBook 15" 1.5GHz - personal

Soon...
iMac G5 1.6GHz - office use
 

RGrphc2

...InSaNe...
PCs :
Leading Edge 486 @ 33Mhz running Windows 3.1*
Custom Built PII @ 233Mhz running Windows 95, then upgraded to 98*
Dell 4550 P4 @ 2.6GHz running Windows XP SP1, Linux
Dell Inspirion 1000 Laptop P4 @ 1.5Ghz (My sister and me bought her that for Christmas Last Year)

Macs :
First iMac ever made, running OS 9.2
12" Powerbook G4 1Ghz (its in my Signature)

Printers :
Epson B&W/Color Printer (color never worked)*
HP Deskjet 735 Printer circa 97 still works


*Deceased
 

RGrphc2

...InSaNe...
RGrphc2 said:
PCs :
Dell 4550 P4 @ 2.6GHz running Windows XP SP1, Linux
Dell Inspirion 1000 Laptop P4 @ 1.5Ghz (My sister and me bought her that for Christmas Last Year)

*Deceased

The laptop is my mom's and well the 4550 doesn't work now. 18 months...never buy dell.
 

nixgeek

Mac of the SubGenius! :-)
Homebrew Athlon PC - Athlon XP 2400+ (2 GHz) - WinXP / Slackware 10

Dell Dimension L600r - PIII-600EB (transplanted into a generic ATX case) - Win2K Advanced Server

Orphaned PIII-500 CPU - Looking for a home with another PIII-500 on a dually motherboard. :p

HomeBrew PC - AMD 5x86 PR-133 @ 100 MHz - OS-less right now, not being used.

Apple Macintosh Quadra 650 - MC68040 @ 33 MHz - Mac OS 7.6.1 running MacHTTP for our family homepage.

Motorola StarMax 4000 MT - PPC 604e @ 160 MHz - Mac OS 9.1 / Linux*

*Still working on getting the Linux part operational. I'm experimenting with Ubuntu, for even though it's not supported, that doesn't mean it can't work!! If all else fails, then Debian "sarge" it will be.
 

diablojota

Doctoral Student
I have owned or still own the following machines.

- Original Macintosh
- The first Mac LC
- Mac LC II
- B&W G3 400
- iBook G3 (snow book)
 

Jimbolgs

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College (Grpahic Design):

Mac Plus
Mac II

1st Job: (Computer Magazine Publisher)

Quadra 700 (Scanning all day)
Quadra 950 (Scanning all day)
Mac IIfx (Layout - got bored of scanning)

2nd Job (Repro house - doubled my wage)

Quadra 800
G3 233 Tower

Self employed (4 years - designer)

G3 300 Desktop
G3 233 PowerBook (Got stolen and replaced by insurance with G3 400 FW :) )

3rd Job Newspaper design editor

Dual G4 867
eMac at home in front of me
 

monktus

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Colour Classic
Performa 5200 (since sold)
Random Cyrix PC (looking for something for it to do)
PowerMac G4 Sawtooth (upgraded to 800MHz)
Silicon Graphics Indy (still trying to reset root on it)
Sun SPARCStation 20 (seems to be a bit boned)
NeXT workstation (looking for keyboard adapter thing)
iBook G4 (actually it's my girlfriend's, but I really want a PowerBook)
 

Flanjoo

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Let's see... first Mac I ever owned...

Performa 600. Damn, I loved that little computer. Playing Marathon on it all day long...
One of the old "Pizza boxes". Can't remember which one.
An SE-30, such a gem.
A PowerMac 7500 (Probably the best computer I ever bought. So upradeable... first the bigger hard-drive, the the graphics card to a blisteringly hot Voodoo-3 then a G3 chip that played Unreal Tournament and Quake 3 like nothing else...)
A 330 MHz G4 Sawtooth (It blew me away when I first used it...)
A dual 867 MHz G4 (Which I'm using right now)

And most recently...

A dual 1.8 GHz G5! (Yeah baby! 70 FPS on Quake 3! Woo ha!)
 

fryke

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Staff member
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Ah, I like to try and remember those without looking them up. ;)

- Atari 1040 STf with Spectre GCR Mac Emulator
- PowerBook 150
- PowerBook 180c
- Performa 630 (later with PPC 601 Card)
- Colour Classic
- Newton 120 (not really a Mac, though...)
- PowerBook 520c
- Newton 130 (not a Mac)
- PowerBook 190
- PowerMacintosh 8200/120
- Newton eMate 300 (not a Mac)
- PowerBook 5300ce/117
- PowerMacintosh 9500/200 [ First Mac w. Rhapsody DR2, later MSXS 1.x ]
- Blueberry iBook G3 300 Rev.B [ First Mac w. Mac OS X Public Beta ]
- Titanium PowerBook G4/500 [ First Mac with Mac OS X and without OS 9 ]
- iBook G3 12" 800
- PowerBook G4 15" 1.33

My first hands-on experience with a Mac was a Macintosh Plus of the first variant (where telephone cabling was used to connect keyboard/mouse) in 1986.
 

lnoelstorr

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iBook G3, 12in, 500Mhz, 256MB, 10GB, DVD

and, by the end of next week (fingers crossed):

iMac G5, 20in, 1.8Ghz, 1GB, 250GB, Superdrive
 

chevy

Marvelous Da Vinci
Staff member
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2003's iMac G4 1GHz 17", SuperDrive, 512 MB (bought in 2003 for 3000 CHF), used daily
1999's B&W G3 300MHz overclocked to 400, 448MB (bought in 1999 for 3000 CHF), used daily
1995's 7200 G1 90MHz, 32 MB, ATI-3D (bought in 1995 for 3000 CHF), used daily
1992's Mac LCII 68030 16 MHz, 4 MB, used daily
1986's Mac Plus 68000 8 MHz, 1 MB extended to 4 MB (bought in 1988 for 5000 CHF), used twice a week
1983's Apple IIe 6502 1 MHz, 48 kB extended to 64 kB (received in 1990), dead
1977's Apple II 6502 1 MHz, 48 kB extended to 64 kB (bought in 1983 for 5000 CHF), dead
 

drunkmac

has a mac beyond repair
Macs:

12" iBook 637mhz G3 Snow White when they first came out
12" Powerbook 1ghz all beat up now with a replaced 20gb hard drive :(
Airport Extreme Base Station
iPod Mini
iPod 30gb 3G

PCs:
Do I really need to go into detail between the 386 I had when I was 3 years old and the bunch of custom ones Ive built and the HP's I bought around 11 years old? No.

OTHER (oooh risque!):
Sun SparcStation 20 (Take that fool)
Token Ring network with 3 old 486's running OS/2 Warp 3.0 because they wouldnt run 4.0 Merlin....gahahahha OS/2....psh
 
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