Apple evoluation

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by TheWeasel, Sep 22, 2008.

  1. TheWeasel

    TheWeasel Guest

    How many have you owned?

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  2. hurleyint1386

    hurleyint1386 Someone has sand in their vagina

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    Very cool :cool:

    I'd like to have that as a poster
     
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    12 not including mice, or ipods etc i've bought for others.
     
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    hurleyint1386 Someone has sand in their vagina

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    52, probably more
     
  6. Tvan

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    Only seven :o

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    Macintosh(don't remember which one, early/mid 90's, first computer infact) , Mac Mini PPC, iPod Photo, iPod Nano 1st gen, MacBook, iPhone, Apple TV, iPhone 3G
     
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  9. TheWeasel

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    :werd: Too many to count. Quadra 880AV is still one of the most badass machines ever.

    Most unique one I've seen is a friends Mac that never existed (as far as Apple is concerned). Right before Jobs came back they were working on a machine with an Intel chip that booted Windows also. When Jobs returned they "blue binned" the project (everything goes into big blue bins and then off to the compactor). A couple of these machines took a detour on the way to the compactor. It has whole bunch of internal interfaces like 2 types of SCSI, IDE, and more. Boots Windows NT and Mac OS.
     
  10. dmora

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    Apple ][
    Macintosh LC 450
    Macintosh Performa 575
    Newton
    Powermac 9600
    Powerbook G3
    Powerbook G4 Ti
    Powerbook G4 12"
    Powerbook G4 15"
    MacPro
     
  11. Bolicious

    Bolicious Handleobraese

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    evoluation?
     
  12. 5SpeedSER

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    Interesting... pics?
     
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    Pitt 1-1-11 — Never Forget OT Supporter

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    1998 iMac - blue
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    A good number of Apple printers as well
     
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    really want mac mini
     
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  18. TheWeasel

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    Not Apple made but PowerMax were the shit. My boss still has one of their shirts. "Anything worth doing is worth doing in excess" from back when they offered 120MHz processors while Apple was only up to 100MHz.
     
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    Man the Ti book is still damn sexy lookin for how old it is :o
     
  20. TheWeasel

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    Yeah it is. Still one of the best machines ever made. Other then the titanium colored paint over the real titanium. Hinges were a bit of an issue but the real metal ones they replaced them with were decent.
     

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