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Yay! I just got my iMac set up. Yeah... its a dorm room, with very little space, but its much better than programming in a lab or somewhere else. I need to find a place to put an external HD (instead of over behind my bed like right now) so I can use time machine.

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Bought a new TV, so the Mac Mini finally found it's place:


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The TV is a Sony Bravia KDL-32S300, and with a DVI-HDMI cable the resolution automatically set itself perfectly I had to buy the new alu bluetooth keyboard too, it works like a dream.

After the picture was taken, I've added an Iomega MiniMax 320GB harddrive that sit's under the Mini.

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(taken with iPhone)

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Shot with Sony DSLR-A100 at 2007-12-23

Items pictured (left to right):
Sony Playstation 3
Cyber Accoustics 2.1 speakers (not fancy, but they work)
Sony Cybershot DSC-P72 (3.2mpx P&S)
Gateway 22" widescreen monitor (DVI, VGA, S-Video, Composite, and Component inputs, 1080i)
(2) Sony Sixaxis controllers for PS3
Remote for MBP
5G iPod Video
17" 2.33ghz MacBook Pro
Apple Bluetooth keyboard
Apple Bluetooth Mighty Mouse

Items not pictured:
Sony DSLR-A100
PC (it's under the desk)
PC laptop (in the living room)
Airport Extreme-N router (in the living room)
HP photo/scanner/printer (in the living room)


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nice and clean set up nukemm
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I might update this with a nicer photo, but here's my setup in my room.

15'' 120GB MBP (Lovely Leopard)
160GB Maxtor External Drive
Mighty Mouse

Oh, and all the junk on my desk.
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I have my setup complete (sort of)...



- Mac mini 1.83 Core2Duo
- Envision 19" widescreen
- 120gb Segate USB external drive
- Belkin USB hub
- Logitech Marble Mouse and Classic keyboard
- Creative 2.1 speakers (soon to be replaced)
- LITEON external CD burner (soon to be replaced)

I forgot to include my Nokia n800 and my loyal Pentax K110d. If this setup looks clean is because i just set it up, soon it will have books and papers all over again.

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Very clean setup mraya!
I am always trying to keep my desk clean. A few days pass and mail and random USB cords start showing up.
What's the square thing with the green light? Is that the remote for the speakers?


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Very clean setup mraya!
I am always trying to keep my desk clean. A few days pass and mail and random USB cords start showing up.
hahah exactly. One minute I have my iPhone sitting here, then my mom and brother bring their iPods in with cords and set them down because they want my movies. And random earphones start unwinding themselves and fall off the desk. Ugh.

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Very clean setup mraya!
I am always trying to keep my desk clean. A few days pass and mail and random USB cords start showing up.
What's the square thing with the green light? Is that the remote for the speakers?
Thanks. That's the Belkin USB hub. I'm not doing any work this week so i had time to clean everything, is good that you cannot see what is around my desk .

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Here are some updated photos:





And my new keyboard so I can watch my TV shows and movies from Front Row.



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I have my setup complete (sort of)...



- Mac mini 1.83 Core2Duo
- Envision 19" widescreen
- 120gb Segate USB external drive
- Belkin USB hub
- Logitech Marble Mouse and Classic keyboard
- Creative 2.1 speakers (soon to be replaced)
- LITEON external CD burner (soon to be replaced)

I forgot to include my Nokia n800 and my loyal Pentax K110d. If this setup looks clean is because i just set it up, soon it will have books and papers all over again.
this is a very clean setup
i love it
i give it 10 out of 10
very niceeeeeeeeeeee

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I have a 19" Widescreen Acer monitor, Logitech VX Revolution, Apple Wireless Keyboard, 500gb Western Digital External Harddrive, some cheap Logitech speakers from the Tiger Direct Outlet Store, work great tho, and then my 2.16 Blackbook. Love the set-up, no pics til I get back up to school tho.
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Anyway here's my set-up. It was taken with my cellphone hence the grainy picture.
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Anyway here's my set-up. It was taken with my cellphone hence the grainy picture.
Nice. Is a single or dual 533MHz?


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