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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:00 am 
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Seeing as a lot of members here have Macs, I thought a thread to showcase them and not get ridiculed by the Thinkpad community was in order. I'll start, with my 1.67GHz PowerBook G4 and iBook G4.

PowerBook specs:

1.67GHz G4
1.5GB RAM
80GB 5400RPM HD
15" 1280x854 display
128MB ATi Radeon 9700
Mac OS 10.4, "Tiger"

This is my daily driver. It's pretty "well loved", but still looks stunning when open....

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The next computer in the list is my iBook G4. This was my first Mac, my first laptop, and my first computer. It gets used a ton, and I keep taking RAM out of it to put in other laptops, so it fluctuates RAM amounts. As you can see, it's grimy. I think it's on its last legs... :cry:

iBook specs:

1.33GHz G4
512MB RAM
40GB 4200RPM HD.. ugh
12" XGA display
32MB ATi Radeon 9550
Mac OS 10.5, "Leopard"

I love it to bits, and it gets four hours on the battery, which has about 500 cycles...

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Let's see yours, Apple users! Comparisons next to your Thinkpads would be lovely.

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My "daily driver" -

Power Mac G4 "Quicksilver 2002"
800MHz G4 (Optimized to 867MHz to run 10.5 soon)
1.5GB RAM
80GB HD
Secondary 40GB HD
64MB NVIDIA GeForce4 MX
OS X 10.4.11
19" LCD (not shown)

Display -
http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m83/94SSEi/G4desktop11.jpg

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I wouldn't trade it for anything. (Except for a G5 or Mac Pro!) Yes it's older, and seems outdated, but it suits me well, it's reliable, and hasn't given me a single problem.

Other than that the only PCs I have are listed in my signature.

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Traitors! Go enjoy your Mac's, and starbucks and turtleneck sweaters!!!

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iThinkiAmBen wrote:
Let's see yours, Apple users! Comparisons next to your Thinkpads would be lovely.

http://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.ph ... 060#267060

Almost exactly one year to the day, this 1.83Ghz, 512MB, 13.3", 60GB Macbook was greeted by the Thinkpad population in my house. Currently it's being used by my younger daughter as a web browser and perhaps iPod/iTouch storage. A companion iMac occasionally gets turned on just so it doesn't feel too neglected :) .

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Nice wallpaper on your powerbook, iThinkiAmBen.

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tylerwylie wrote:
Traitors! Go enjoy your Mac's, and starbucks and turtleneck sweaters!!!


Traitor! Go enjoy your suits, briefcase, and boring, nondescript life!

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iThinkiAmBen wrote:
tylerwylie wrote:
Traitors! Go enjoy your Mac's, and starbucks and turtleneck sweaters!!!


Traitor! Go enjoy your suits, briefcase, and boring, nondescript life!


Guys please tell me you two are joking otherwise I'll have to ask you to take this traitor war elsewhere.

Back to the topic, below is my T60 with my wife's Macbook:

Thinkpad T60 with Macbook.

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I must admit that I like my T42 quite a lot and you may have to claw it from my dying hands before I'd surrender it in life.

Not that I've used an Apple Macintosh of any kind before. But they do look quite svelte. :shock:

I'm still waiting for a portable Amiga, or a new Amiga of any kind that has the spirit and ability of the original. :( Or even an Amiga computer of some description, at last. :roll:

OK, I'll get on my bike and shut up. :lol:

I hope my English sense of humour doesn't offend in this thread as it has in others.

All the best. :wink:

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ryengineer wrote:
iThinkiAmBen wrote:
tylerwylie wrote:
Traitors! Go enjoy your Mac's, and starbucks and turtleneck sweaters!!!


Traitor! Go enjoy your suits, briefcase, and boring, nondescript life!


Guys please tell me you two are joking otherwise I'll have to ask you to take this traitor war elsewhere.

Back to the topic, below is my T60 with my wife's Macbook:

Thinkpad T60 with Macbook.
My comments were all in jest :D

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I bought a PowerMac G4 to play with last year, because I could. It's a Sawtooth AGP 450MHz with OS X 10.3, and now it's my fileserver. My problem with it is that it's very loud--the power supply is quite a screamer. I've been thinking of modifying a quiet ATX PSU I have to work with it, but I don't want to cut up my nice Zalman unit, even if it's old and out of use.

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tylerwylie wrote:
ryengineer wrote:
iThinkiAmBen wrote:
tylerwylie wrote:
Traitors! Go enjoy your Mac's, and starbucks and turtleneck sweaters!!!


Traitor! Go enjoy your suits, briefcase, and boring, nondescript life!


Guys please tell me you two are joking otherwise I'll have to ask you to take this traitor war elsewhere.

Back to the topic, below is my T60 with my wife's Macbook:

Thinkpad T60 with Macbook.
My comments were all in jest :D


As were mine, good sir. :D

I don't want to start an argument here, but the main reason I use Thinkpads is because I feel they have superior hardware. I use the Macintosh platform because I feel they have superior software.

Anyway, post up some more Macs, everyone! I can't get home to post my other 15 until a week from now. Stupid dad.... out of town.... *grumble*

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Nice wallpaper on your powerbook, iThinkiAmBen.


Oh, thanks! Do you want it?

I have it on my Powerbook, but on the TP right now- this is the machine I use when I'm not supposed to be using the computer. <3 small computers:D

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All you Johnny come latelys :roll: ;) ... here's a real beefed up "Fat Mac"

8MHz MC68000
512KB RAM
400KB disk drive
512x384 screen resolution

And Macintosh Pascal. A version so old, it doesn't support the keyboard's arrow keys :shock: (the original Mac 128K keyboard didn't have arrow keys, or a numeric keypad for that matter) You can have your Objective-C.. Pascal will be the future!

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(By the way, the screen works just fine. The horizontal banding is from the camera shutter)

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Ha! Johnny come lately, me? Never! I have the 128k. Still works. It's also ten years older than I am, so it's not my fault I came late to the party.

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iThinkiAmBen wrote:
Ha! Johnny come lately, me? Never! I have the 128k. Still works. It's also ten years older than I am, so it's not my fault I came late to the party.

Heh, I was having you on, I'm not a lot older than that 512K :P I was buying some Mac stuff in the mid '90s from an Apple reseller I went to frequently, it was lying in a box in the corner, and they gave it to me. It even came with the manual! (It's an interesting read. How do describe how to use a mouse to someone, in 1984, when they barely know what a computer is, let alone something so far out of left field like a GUI?)

It continued to sit in that box, and serves absolutely no purpose, but I just can't bear to pass it on. It doesn't help that all the Mac aficionados I know that would appreciate such a thing, already have more than a few vintage Macs in the garage.

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It's like a sickness... You just can't stop accepting old, useless computers from people.

On the other hand, they sell for $200 on eBay...

More pics, people! :D

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I wish I had pics of my other macs. I got a Classic, IIe, IIsi, 2 iMacs, a few 90's Power Macs, I think a Powerbook Duo, and a few more. I can't exactly remember them all, they are all in a storage unit.

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Pics of the lappies of the missus: the X40 she used for 4 years (I'm using it now, and yeah, it needs some cleaning :)), and the new MacBook she bought cause she needs more number crunching power as a statistician.

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She still likes her old baby better, as she doesn't like the Mac keyboard, weight, and isn't too impressed with OS X and iApps 8)


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Uh oh. Burn her at the stake:D

More pics, ThinkPad humans!

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I have 2 Mac's.

iMac 24" (C2D 2.16GHz, 2GB RAM, 250GB HDD, BT, WiFi n, iSight, etc...) + external drive WD My Book Studio 320GB (Firewire 800).
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Close up for external drive:


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and MacBook (CD 1.86GHz, 2GB RAM, 120GB HDD, BT, WiFi, iSight, remote....)


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Together in one room:


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anx great macs, I am longing for the next generation of Macbook Pro, here is my MBA (pardon the poor quality, no real camera around at the momet):

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I will post rest of macs with a better camera.

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Ok, so I'm lazy, but I took these photos earlier and they don't really express the current state of this computer.
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That thar be my MacBook, running Ubuntu Linux 7.10 (it's now 8.04).

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Powerbook G4 1.67GHz
ATI 128MB GPU (Radeon 9800pro)
2GB DDR2667 RAM
120GB HD
Superdrive (burns all dvd flavors)
1440x960 LCD <-- this is the HR model of the laptop. The creme of the crop.
Firewire 400/800
USB 1 and 2
Bluetooth

Mac OS X 10.5.3

I agree with other mac users. The software is superior. I would kill for an Apple sanctioned T60p with a backlit keyboard. God that would pretty much answer all of my computer prayers.

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Very nice Powerbook.


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Temetka wrote:

I agree with other mac users. The software is superior. I would kill for an Apple sanctioned T60p with a backlit keyboard. God that would pretty much answer all of my computer prayers.
Can you tell me why? All the people I know with actual macbooks put a flavor of linux on it, the only people I know with OS X on their macbooks are my 2 sisters who quite frankly, just need it to do normal school stuff.

I know there are some sweet applications like Adium and such, but when people say the software is superior there isn't much that comes to mind unless you do professional level photo or video editing, where even then there are some good applications for Linux, just you have a bigger pool to choose from with Mac OS X.

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I thought I posted a response....

was it deleted or moved?

Mods?

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I took the old plunge and bought a MacBook Pro refurb. What tipped it for me was the high res screen and fast hard drive. I'm fussy about my screen resolution (that's why I own ThinkPads) so this Mac was what I wanted. I've walked away from others in Apple stores because the screens did not cut it. Also, this screen is the non-glare matte type, which appeals to me big time!

I take delivery on it Tues, and I am anticipating a long learning curve, but it ought to be fun.

Windows has always been OK, even Vista works well now with SP1, but it's time to branch out, I think. Good for keeping the cobwebs out of my brain, to learn a new system.

I'm figuring that ThinkPads and Vista will remain my main system for the near term.

Some specs:

Display
17-inch (diagonal), 1920 by 1200 high-resolution widescreen
PCI Express Graphics
NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT with 256MB of GDDR3 SDRAM and dual-link DVI
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Oh you know the usual, iPad 2 I'm on it now,powermac G4 quicksilver 867mhz,1GB ram, 2 120GB hds. 10.5.8 Leopard. Apple IIc,Performa 636. And um, ipod touch.
Former macs, 4 iBook g3 clamshells,iBook g4, 3 PowerBook g4s,powermac g5,powermac g3,and 2 MacBooks. Aluminum unibody and white unibody. Sold my aluminum unibody for my Thinkpad.
Current Mac, MacBook Air 13" 2.13 core i7, 4gb ddr3, 128gb ssd. 10.7.2. :oops:

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I know this thread is pretty old, but due to the recent resurrection I thought I'd post mine !

Blueberry iBook! One of the neatest laptops ever made, wouldn't want to ever take one into a serious meeting, but cool nonetheless:
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I have an iBook g4 1.33ghz that doesn't work anymore and a 600mhz G3 that is about ready to die as well, here's a picture of it before she passed:
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Here's the Blueberry's suit & tie counterpart, Powerbook Lombard:
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Macintosh Classic & Macintosh SE, you can see my iMac G4 1Ghz and the Apple Studio Display to my 1ghz DP G4. (Previously a 500mhz G4 that isn't pictured)
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Apple IIe, the screen is actually for an Apple III I'm pretty sure. I thought this was a funny screenshot from one of the introduction programs:
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And finally, my G5 2ghz Dual Core (late 2005), no video card currently, but will be picking up an ATI or Nvidia 256mb card soon, plan on slowly maxing the RAM out at 16GB when I have a little extra money every once in awhile. Will use this for some audio editing in Logic Pro, DVD watching, forum browsing, etc. It's absolutely beautiful, my favorite desktop (looks-wise) ever made.
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