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kaidomac

 
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iPhone 2.0
Ultraportable MacBook Pro laptop
Mac Pro desktop

The iPhone would be perfect for contacts, calendar, ipod, maps, and quick notes in my pocket. The ultraportable could hook up to the iPhone for Internet access and be great for a go-anywhere laptop. The Mac Pro would be perfect for a secondary, more powerful home machine that syncs with the ultraportable. The iPhone 2.0 would only be a matter of time; the Mac Pro is already perfect for what I want. The only problem is the ultraportable...closest thing we have right now is the 13" MacBook. Maybe today's WWDC will introduce one

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After I buy my place, I want to get a 30" cinema display w/ a mac pro. It would be awesome to have it fully loaded, but I think that runs around 13k haha.

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High end Mac Pro with at least 500GB HD space, 4GB RAM, 3 23in displays, and a fully loaded Blacbook

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Mac Specs: 27" iMac 2.7GHz Core i5, iPhone 4S, 3rd gen iPad

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Easy.

iPhone with 3G (especially since any 3rd party apps will be web-based!)

My current MBP, but with GSM connectivity and 128GB SSD

Mac Pro, fully loaded and 2 30" Cinema displays

Mac Mini for my media center with C2D and a couple of TB of storage.

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Mac Pro (any other mac is a no because they aren't expandable)

Seven 42inch displays using OLED (or better) technology

Coupled with the best wacom (Possibly 3 of them)
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Seven 42inch displays
Just gonna cover your walls with them?

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Mac Specs: MacBook Pro 15" 2.2GHz/4GB/250GB, G4 Cube 450MHz + 17" Studio LCD

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MacBook Pro with a 23" HD Cinema Display
Mac Mini with 42" wall mounted display
Marantz home cinema receiver with Scandyna Minipod+Cinepod 5.1 surround
2x 1tb FW800 external drives
80GB iPod

MacBook Pro 15" 2.2GHz, PowerMac G4 Cube + 17" LCD Studio Display, 2x1TB WD My Book Studio (FW800)
iPod Classic 160GB (Black), 3rd gen 40GB, iPhone 2G 16GB + Denon AH-C551K
NAD C370 + B&W 686 + Grado SR80
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Just gonna cover your walls with them?
Oh, of course!

If I were to move my set up downstairs i'd have the room :3

Its all about 7

You have a central, then you have them with a slow but sensible curve around you

The graphical application use :V It'd be amazing

Photoshop, all the tools, brush tabs, brush selections, different colour pallettes, different samples, different self made colour documents

Then you could have all your music in one monitor then on the othwer you can have a set up for another program such as painter for seamless work flow
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