My new iMac 24"! (mini review)

24

Comments

  • Reply 21 of 71
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by vorm-krijger


    he Copse



    And .... HL2 is it good ?



    Yeah how is Halo 2? Does it run somoothly with 16 people in a game?
  • Reply 22 of 71
    irelandireland Posts: 17,793member
    Wher are those pics? ty
  • Reply 23 of 71
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by 132GHz,4TB DDR8 SDRAM,95TB HDD


    Ouch !

    Damnit..and I though the 17.5% in England we had was bad.



    I hate VAT.

    I had to move to the UK just get away from the VAT and other taxes in Sweden.

    Much better here but still bad compared to the US. Might have to move again
  • Reply 24 of 71
    eriken,



    just remember, we may have lower taxes but do have the monkey boy prez.
  • Reply 25 of 71
    Thought that I would share my new 24" iMac as well! Love the machine. Notice how much bigger it is than my old 14" iBook.







    On another note, the screen is crazy bright. The iBook brightness is turned all the way up and the iMac is turned all the way down. I am going to love working on this thing.



    I have unpacking pictures here:
  • Reply 26 of 71
    Looking good :tup:
  • Reply 27 of 71
    copsecopse Posts: 64member
    Hi



    Sorry for the dealy, here´s a few pictures.







  • Reply 28 of 71
    mbaynhammbaynham Posts: 534member
    nice, someone's been saving for a while if u got all this new gear, damn i need a better job.
  • Reply 29 of 71
    jeffdmjeffdm Posts: 12,951member
    I thought the iMac looked very nice in the store and in these pictures too. If it weren't for extenuating factors, I would consider the 24". It sure makes the 17" model look confined. One of my concerns is that I'd like to be able to get rid of my den TV, but I can't do that with no decent video input methods, so I would be limited to kludges as alternatives.
  • Reply 30 of 71
    The EyeTV hybrid works great. You can also use a sling box. Lots of a good options.
  • Reply 31 of 71
    jeffdmjeffdm Posts: 12,951member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by jpennington


    The EyeTV hybrid works great. You can also use a sling box. Lots of a good options.



    If it's not DVI, HDMI or component, I'm not interested because your suggestions are only partial solutions.
  • Reply 32 of 71
    copsecopse Posts: 64member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by mbaynham


    nice, someone's been saving for a while if u got all this new gear, damn i need a better job.



    Thanks



    I have the fortune to have a well paying job, and it´s all about priorities



    here´s a few of pictures of my living room.







    Panasonic PT-AE900E projector







    90" screen, Onkyo receiver, LG DVD player, Canton speakers/subwoofer





  • Reply 33 of 71
    ^ OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!!



    i need your job, NOW!!! have you got youre imac hooked up to your projector/cinema screen?

    btw what do you do? if you dont mind me asking
  • Reply 34 of 71
    copsecopse Posts: 64member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by mbaynham


    ^ OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!!



    i need your job, NOW!!! have you got youre imac hooked up to your project/home cinema screen?



    what do you do btw? if you dont mind me asking





    Hehe



    The iMac is currently not connected to my home cinema, but yes I will hook it up later.



    I work as an IP/Network technician in Sweden.
  • Reply 35 of 71
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Copse


    Hehe



    The iMac is currently not connected to my home cinema, but yes I will hook it up later.



    I work as an IP/Network technician in Sweden.



    nice, dats wot my stepdad does, but he saves his money damn him.
  • Reply 36 of 71
    copsecopse Posts: 64member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by mbaynham


    nice, dats wot my stepdad does, but he saves his money damn him.



    Hehe, I´m the other way around, I have some cool stuff but I´m broke all the time
  • Reply 37 of 71
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Copse


    Hehe, I´m the other way around, I have some cool stuff but I´m broke all the time



    ah rite. whats next then.
  • Reply 38 of 71
    mzaslovemzaslove Posts: 519member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Copse


    Thanks



    I have the fortune to have a well paying job, and it´s all about priorities



    here´s a few of pictures of my living room.




    Are those poor guitars near a heater AND an open window with sun streaming in? Tch-tch....
  • Reply 39 of 71
    that's a really nice room, you need to put an xbox 360 in there too, man
  • Reply 40 of 71
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by monkeyastronaut


    that's a really nice room, you need to put an xbox 360 in there too, man



    and a ps3 when it comes out
Sign In or Register to comment.