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I have already posted an image of my setup in this thread, but it has been changed recently, so here it is.



iMac G4 800 MHz running Leopard 10.5.8 (and GarageBand '09 in photo)
Generic USB keyboard, mouse and speakers
Logitech H150 headset

My desk is tiny, I know.


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Monitor is a Dell U2412M which I took delivery of today, managed to nab it at the same price as the small 23" model. It doesn't look very big in the photos but to me it is massive after looking at a 13.3" macbook for the last two years, which is my contribution to the mac side of this site.
I know what you mean! I got a Kanex MDP to HDMI cable for Christmas and connected my 15" MacBook Pro to a 26" Samsung TV last night to play some Team Fortress 2. That was pretty fun.


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iMac G4 800 MHz running Leopard 10.5.8 (and GarageBand '09 in photo)
Generic USB keyboard, mouse and speakers
Logitech U150 headset
Oops! That's supposed to say H150! My bad. I can't edit the post for some reason.

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wow this is the slowest updating setups in the history of mac setups. does anyone even visit anymore?
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wow this is the slowest updating setups in the history of mac setups. does anyone even visit anymore?
Macs cost $$$. People don't change Macs weekly!

Maybe most switched back to the PC!
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wow this is the slowest updating setups in the history of mac setups. does anyone even visit anymore?
Where are your updated pics?

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My kind-of-set-up:


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Heres my current setup, my G4 backup server isn't in the shot though

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You seem to have some serious subsidence going on there, you may want to get that looked at.



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Heres my setup for now

Macbook Pro 13 in, LG 42inch TV, hp officejet wireless printer

Bear with me Im making the switch from PC to MAC
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Macbook Pro 13 in, LG 42inch TV, hp officejet wireless printer

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is that 42 inch screen usable to you? my tv is a 37 inch and im looking at it right now and i know there is no way in gods glory i could use that as a computer display. Plus you would be way to close for long term use. I dont know it seems like after a certain size because of the seating position you really tax out the benefits and it just isnt practical. are you really comfortable 3 feet from a 42 inch screen. they say that size is best viewed at a distance of like 6 feet.
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