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A little off topic, but how are you liking the Samsung Laser?

So far, no problems. Prints pretty good, fast and quiet.
I don't print a lot, but when I do, it's good.
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post #122 of 198
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Originally Posted by nascarnate326 View Post

Here is my new setup:






20in iMac Intel C2D 2.0ghz 4GB 250GB
BenQ FP71G+ 19in

Absolutely beautiful setup
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post #123 of 198
Here you go....everyone had to clean their desk before they posted. I decided not to. May not be as messy as others, but you all know your desk was messy before you posted your pics (I hope )


The part of the desk I use


This is the part where paper gets thrown to


This is the PC that my wife and son uses.
post #124 of 198
this thread inspired me to straited things up a bit. Here is the UPS and the back where I have a Lacie HD ziptied to the back.

Here is the front where I have printer, work laptop, iMac, Personal laptop and scanner behind.
post #125 of 198
My setup!



Laptop - Unibody MacBook Pro 15-inch, 2.4GHz CPU, GeForce 9600M GT, etc.
Display - Dell 2407WFP-HC

What you can't see behind the laptop display is a Freecom 250gb USB drive!
post #126 of 198
WOW...I suddenly feel motivated to do 2 things:

1: I need to clean up my computer desk

2: I need to replace the 15 year old, flimsy and sagging fiberboard table that I took from my parents' garage when I moved out...Guess if it ain't broke I don't fix it, and for some reason, I never saw my setup as "broke...till now.


Sorry, no pics as I feel much shame
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post #127 of 198
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Originally Posted by a_greer View Post

WOW...I suddenly feel motivated to do 2 things:

1: I need to clean up my computer desk

...

Sorry, no pics as I feel much shame

I'm so ashamed I'm gonna use DHart's pic



It was so purty I figured it belonged here too. Very nice pic. Original post:

http://forums.appleinsider.com/showp...&postcount=202
post #128 of 198
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Originally Posted by vinea View Post

I'm so ashamed I'm gonna use DHart's pic



It was so purty I figured it belonged here too. Very nice pic. Original post:

http://forums.appleinsider.com/showp...&postcount=202

beautiful mouse pad
post #129 of 198
I decided to leave my desk in its "natural" state.



iBook G4 1.2GHz.

Mac Mini Intel Core 2 Duo hooked up to a Dell S2209W with AX510AP Soundbar, and a WD My Book 640GB external HD hidden behind the monitor.

Also in shot: 5th Gen iPod 30GB; Sony PSP 3000; Pure Élan DAB digital radio; and Nokia 6220.
post #130 of 198
2009 LightWeight workstation:

Apple Mac Pro 8-Core 2.93GHz (Nehalem)
Apple MacBook Pro 15" 2.93GHz (Unibody)
Apple 24" LED Cinema Display
Apple Time Capsule 1TB
Apple iPhone 3G 16GB
Apple TV 160GB
Apple Remote
Apple Wired/Wireless Keyboard
Apple Wired/Wireless Mighty Mouse
Apple In-Ear Headphones







post #131 of 198
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Originally Posted by Foxy View Post

Lightweight workstation... but new & powerful.

Mine goes:

Apple Mac Pro 8-Core 2.26GHz (Nehalem)
Apple MacBook Pro 15" 2.66GHz (Unibody)
Apple 24" LED Cinema Display
Apple Time Capsule 1TB
Apple iPhone 3G 8GB

What's the MacBook stand you have there Foxy?
post #132 of 198
Oooh what are you getting?

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Originally Posted by ALBIM View Post

some of these set-ups are ridiculous. I don't feel like uploading a picture, but my setup is as follows:

hp 7500 monitor
iBook G4 with a broken screen
Netgear router
the fat iPod Nano (3rd gen)
HP printer
8" TV Screen

I think the newest electronic in that set up is a year old iPod. But I will laugh at you all in a week when i get all of my electronics.
post #133 of 198
lol, did you hdr that photo....there are some unlabelled things, like the lamp, and clock...

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beautiful mouse pad
post #134 of 198
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Originally Posted by stustanley View Post

What's the MacBook stand you have there Foxy?

It's the M-Stand.

http://www.raindesigninc.com/mstand.html
post #135 of 198


Here are some USB peripherals you've probably never seen before. Out of frame is also a cabinet with two scanners and a printer.
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post #136 of 198
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Originally Posted by Foxy View Post

Lightweight workstation... but new & powerful.

Mine goes:

Apple Mac Pro 8-Core 2.26GHz (Nehalem)
Apple MacBook Pro 15" 2.66GHz (Unibody)
Apple 24" LED Cinema Display
Apple Time Capsule 1TB
Apple iPhone 3G 8GB



Our garage floor view.



This is how it feels...


Wow, your setup is almost identical to mine! I've got the 2.4GHz MacBook rather than the MacBook Pro.

Those Rain Design stands are great aren't they?
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post #137 of 198
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Originally Posted by Messiah View Post

Wow, your setup is almost identical to mine! I've got the 2.4GHz MacBook rather than the MacBook Pro.

Those Rain Design stands are great aren't they?

Nice!

mStand is great.

For $49, the Rain Design mStand is situated as one of the most expensive products in its category. However, I feel that this price is justified. While most competing products are significantly cheaper, none approach the aesthetic appeal and durability offered by Rain Design's precise, well-engineered architecture. For MacBook and MacBook Pro owners in particular, when you factor in the enhanced heat dissipation and free access to the front of your machine that is offered by this design, I can see very little reason why the mStand should not be considered as essential as a notebook case.

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post #138 of 198
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Originally Posted by joelsalt View Post

beautiful mouse pad

It's a mouse-rug.

They're super cool, and (for some reason) comfy...

Jimzip
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post #139 of 198
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Originally Posted by cornelius View Post

I decided to leave my desk in its "natural" state.



iBook G4 1.2GHz.

Mac Mini Intel Core 2 Duo hooked up to a Dell S2209W with AX510AP Soundbar, and a WD My Book 640GB external HD hidden behind the monitor.

Also in shot: 5th Gen iPod 30GB; Sony PSP 3000; Pure Élan DAB digital radio; and Nokia 6220.

You could only be from Scotland with that can of Irn Bru!
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post #140 of 198
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Originally Posted by Foxy View Post

Lightweight workstation... but new & powerful.

Mine goes:

Apple Mac Pro 8-Core 2.26GHz (Nehalem)
Apple MacBook Pro 15" 2.66GHz (Unibody)
Apple 24" LED Cinema Display
Apple Time Capsule 1TB
Apple iPhone 3G 8GB



Our garage floor view.



This is how it feels...

Is you Mac Pro connected to the 24" LCD and if so how?

TIA.
post #141 of 198
dvi switch?
post #142 of 198
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Originally Posted by BMWintoxication View Post

dvi switch?


Mmm Its just am unaware if there is an "official" Mini Display Port to DVI solution.
I know lots has been written on the subject, with gnashing of teeth re No Mac Pro /G5 option.
But perhaps there is another way....
post #143 of 198
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Originally Posted by bladerunner View Post

Is you Mac Pro connected to the 24" LCD and if so how?

TIA.

It's a 2009 Mac Pro with Mini-Displayport.
post #144 of 198
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Originally Posted by aaquib View Post

It's a 2009 Mac Pro with Mini-Displayport.

Aha Now I understands! Thanks.
post #145 of 198
My wife and I are both really neat so this is what it looks like all the time- no cleaning up for a photo necessary.

Mini C2D 1.83
4GB RAM
23" ACD

MBP C2D 2.4
4 GB RAM
200 GB HD

1.83 TB firewire storage


post #146 of 198
Home Office
A couple months back my wife got a new macbook and I took her old iMac. I have a unibody macbook pro so I don't really need a desktop but it is handy to leave on 24/7 for downloading, using the remote application on our phones (we have an airport express or apple tv in all the main rooms and bedrooms), and using it for basic stuff like e-mail and the internet. When I have to work from home I typically use my laptop but sometime I use the iMac along with it because of the dual screens (it really helps in my field).

20" iMac Intel Core2Duo w/ 3GB Ram
20" Cinema Display
Bose Companion 5 Speakers
Logitech MX Revolution
Logitech di Novo Edge, Mac Edition
Two 500GB G-Tech Q
One 750GB G-Tech Q
Not pictured is a Konica Minolta Color Laser, Epson Scanner, EyeTV Hybrid, Airport Extreme, and one 750GB el-cheapo maxtor drive (used to serve up media to Boxee on the Apple TVs, back when I only had a laptop at home I needed something on 24-7 for streaming). In other rooms there are 4 airport expresses (office, guest room, dining room, garage) and two apple TVs (living room, bed room).



Work Office
24" iMac 2.4Ghz w/ 4GB RAM
22" Dell Monitor
15" Macbook Pro 2.53Ghz w/ 4GB Ram
LowKey iMac Stand
MStand
Logitech MX1100
Eikon Finger Print Reader (I come back to my desk a lot with different people to show them things, that way I don't have to enter my password in front of them)
Not pictured is a Fujitsu scansnap, HP BW laserjet, brother USB label printer, one g-tech 120GB FW800 drive and two 750GB Lacie Neil Poulton drives (time machine for desktop and laptop).

post #147 of 198
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Originally Posted by Burntorangeapple View Post

My wife and I are both really neat so this is what it looks like all the time- no cleaning up for a photo necessary.

Mini C2D 1.83
4GB RAM
23" ACD

MBP C2D 2.4
4 GB RAM
200 GB HD

1.83 TB firewire storage

Nice Mirage wall mounted speakers too. Hook'em!
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post #148 of 198
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Nice Mirage wall mounted speakers too. Hook'em!

Sweet!! I didn't crop it out of the photo just to see if anyone would recognize them. Got those a few months ago- love 'em. The kind of speakers I really want cost more than my education, but for what I paid these guys are amazing. Hooked to my 42" plasma and 7.1 Pioneer receiver- pretty nice over U-Verse HD.

My setup changed- Nehalem 2.66 Mac Pro. Time to head to Fry's to get some memory and hard disks.
post #149 of 198
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Originally Posted by Fleshman03 View Post

That just just full of airy goodness.

Really nice pic, which REALLY makes me want to buy an Air for my sporadic business trips...amazing how good the Air looks, and how far all other "competitors" are from its design majesty...
iMac Intel 27" Core i7 3.4, 16GB RAM, 120GB SSD + 1TB HD + 4TB RAID 1+0, Nuforce Icon HDP, OS X 10.9.1; iPad Air 64GB; iPhone 5 32GB; iPod Classic; iPod Nano 4G; Apple TV 2.
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iMac Intel 27" Core i7 3.4, 16GB RAM, 120GB SSD + 1TB HD + 4TB RAID 1+0, Nuforce Icon HDP, OS X 10.9.1; iPad Air 64GB; iPhone 5 32GB; iPod Classic; iPod Nano 4G; Apple TV 2.
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post #150 of 198
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My first mac setup!!
post #152 of 198
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Originally Posted by Rich-Myster View Post



32 inch sharp aquos, mac book pro, ipod touch (next to the macbook pro) philips speakers, xbox 360, sega genesis, some harry potter books.

Rich-Myster: Please do yourself a favor and change how you have those (imitation) swords on the rack! You would be a laughing stock if anyone in the know saw that. Japanese swords of that type (Katana, Wakazashi and Tanto in decreasing order by size) are ALWAYS placed with the blade pointed UP! And not doing that is considered an insult. Just to save you some face!
post #153 of 198
Bring this thread back.

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Bring this thread back.




Will do.

Same desk, new house

iMac C2D 2.0, 4Gb, Dell XPS, Dell Mini9, and an iPhone 3GS in white from launch day.

Get a matte screen cover and quit whining...glossy displays rock.
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post #155 of 198
Updated Home Office








Updated Work Office
post #156 of 198



24" iMac, Intel Mini, homebuilt PC (Linux, Win 7). 2.5 TB hooked up to the mini, which acts as my server. Dual 22" screens on ergotron arms.
Edifier speakers are the wall mounted ones, Studio monitors flanking the iMac are Behringers.

Not shown - Mac Mini HTPC with 1TB storage, MacBook, another PC, 3 misc laptops, and a Time Capsule.

More at : http://gallery.me.com/eaches#100067&...or=black&sel=3
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post #157 of 198
Mac Mini / Core2Duo 2.0Ghz / 4GB / 64GB G.Skill Falcon SSD
2x 1TB LaCie External Drives / 500GB Time Capsule (Both hidden)
I-Inc 28" Monitor
Audioengine 5 speakers

Mac Mini / Core2Duo 2.0Ghz / 4GB / 64GB G.Skill Falcon SSD / OSX 10.6.0
Dell Mini 9 / Atom 1.6Ghz / 2GB / 32GB RunCore SSD / OSX 10.5.6
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Mac Mini / Core2Duo 2.0Ghz / 4GB / 64GB G.Skill Falcon SSD / OSX 10.6.0
Dell Mini 9 / Atom 1.6Ghz / 2GB / 32GB RunCore SSD / OSX 10.5.6
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post #158 of 198
-Mac pro: Quad-Core Intel Xeon running at 2.8 GHz with 6GB of Memory
-20" Apple Cinema Display
-iPod Hifi
-16GB iPhone 3G
-14" iBook G4 1.42 GHz 512Mb (needing a new portable)
-Apple Wireless Keyboard
-Logitech MX Air





Previous Setup Below
-14" 1.42 GHz iBook G4
-2X 2.8GHz Quad-Core Xeon Mac Pro
-20" Apple Cinema Display
-iPhone 3G 16GB
-iPod's(5th gen aka Video, 1st gen Mini, 2nd gen Shuffle, 2nd gen Nano)
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-14" 1.42 GHz iBook G4
-2X 2.8GHz Quad-Core Xeon Mac Pro
-20" Apple Cinema Display
-iPhone 3G 16GB
-iPod's(5th gen aka Video, 1st gen Mini, 2nd gen Shuffle, 2nd gen Nano)
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post #159 of 198


2009 Mac mini

2GHz Core Duo 2
4GB DDR3
320GB SATA II

24" LED Cinema Display
Aluminum Keyboard with Numeric Pad
Wireless Mighty Mouse
Logitech THX 24-bit/96KHz 5.1 Surround Sound
Two WD 2TB Studio II External Hard Drives

post #160 of 198
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Originally Posted by jonecat View Post

Here is my Final Cut/After Effects setup at work.



Full size available here:

http://flickr.com/photos/jonecat/2454519707/

Less concerned with the Macs, more impressed with the Dell speakers circa 2000. I'm glad I'm not the only one that still has these in active duty.
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