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Who's got the most Macs?


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The official 'Who's got the most macs' competition has started!
If you think you've got a lot of macs, brag here!

Lets see who can top this:
iMac C2D 20"
White Macbook C2D
PowerMac g4 450 MHz
PowerMac G4 MDD 867 Mhz
iMac g4 20" 1.25 ghz
iMac g3 Graphite
and some really old classic thing running OS 8 in the basement

thats 7! how bout u?

iMac Aluminum 20" 2.4 ghz 2gb RAM 300gb HD
iMac 20" Core2duo 2gb 250gb
Macbook White Core2duo 2gb 80gb
Powermac G4 dual 450
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G4 iBook 1.42ghz
G4 PowerMac 400mhz [currently not working, no idea why]
G4 TiBook 667mhz DVI

I'd like to get an iMac G4 and one of the new Intel iMacs as well
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Quad G5 2.5Ghz
20 inch iMac 2Ghz CoreDuo
14 inch iBook 1 Ghz
12 inch iBook 1Ghz
15 inch Gen 2 iMac 800Mhz
G4 "Sawtooth" 400Mhz (Not running)
Performa 6400/200 (Not running)
Mac Classic II (Not Running)


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Only 2 here:
20" iMac 2.33 Ghz C2D
15.4" MBP 1.83 Ghz CD

Looking to add a third to my basket soon.
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iMac G5 17"
iMac G5 20"
intel iMac 24"
17" eMac
MacBook
PowerBook G4 15"

Don't forget to use the new User Reputation System
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One MacBook, one iPod, 2 iDogs, 1 iCat and an iFish but I don't suppose they count

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One MacBook, one iPod, 2 iDogs, 1 iCat and an iFish but I don't suppose they count
If you can teach your fish to count, that would be impressive.
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Well, my family has
G5 iMac, gen b
G5 iMac, isight model
15in PB
G3 iMac, strawberry
Pismo PB
Powerbook 5300 (I think, can't remember exact model)
Quadra 610

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Currently running OS X 10.10
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Hmm.. only 4 here:

1 iMac G5 20"
1 Powerbook G4 aluminum
1 Powerbook G4 titanium
1 PowerComputing Clone
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3 here:

1 MacBook White
1 PowerBook G4
1 iMac Intel

looking to add a G4 iMac
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Mac Classic (selling)
iMac G3
iBook G3
Mac Mini

Oh, and if Apple II's count, I have a IIc
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Apple?

Sorry couldn't resist!

I only have two at the moment MBP and Mini. Also got ipod video and nano

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If you can teach your fish to count, that would be impressive.
Ho ho!

I just have the one Macbook, but it's enough for me to start off with! I loooove it so much! :girl:
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2006 eMac
$ 14
156,067 miles
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Ho ho!
Careful ... you don't want to be the next Imus.
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