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familytoad
01-30-2011, 01:16 AM
I thought it may be interesting to see how many iDevices we each have in our homes.
You can expand it beyond apple true ipods etc to include whatever electronic devices you would like....
"I" will get it started...i will limit mine to those that use my in house network...

4 iPods
2 iPads
1 iPhone (next week)
1 old Mac G3
2 Dell desktops
1 Sony laptop
A couple smartphones
Xbox 360
Wii console

Scary for a family of 4, eh??:eek:

Ease
01-30-2011, 07:14 AM
Not much at my house, yet...
2 smartphones
2 mp3 devices
1 eMac
Wii console

glynparson
01-30-2011, 11:46 AM
2 ipods
2 iphones

4815162342
01-30-2011, 09:16 PM
1 iPhone
1 Dell Laptop
1 Dell Desktop
1 ASUS Eee PC Netbook
1 Nintendo Wii

tachyonbb
01-30-2011, 09:33 PM
N iPods where N is a large positive integer.
4 MacBooks/MacBook Pros
3 iMacs
2 iPads
2 iPhones
1 xServe W 40TB of storage
1 NeXT :)
1 8088 running DOS
1 80286
1 Macintosh Plus
1 Apple 2E
1 Bondi Blue G3 Mac
1 SparcStation 1
1 ATT 3B2
1 Wii
1 Atari 2600
1 Nintendo NES
1 Playstation 2

familytoad
01-31-2011, 12:34 AM
Dude!!
:eek:

4815162342
01-31-2011, 04:33 PM
...
1 NeXT :)
...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/3/30/NeXT_logo.svg/200px-NeXT_logo.svg.png

Dude, you're cool.

Ease
01-31-2011, 06:03 PM
1 Macintosh Plus
1 Apple 2E


Had both of these myself, loved the plus. Also loved my color classic and performa 550!

steve B
02-02-2011, 08:42 AM
No actual I devices. My wife does have a smartphone of some sort.

I've also got an assortment of old computers/videogames, but I don't have any setup. Most are cheap ones.

Channel F
Atari 2600
Vectrex
atari 5200
Odyessy 2

TRS-80 mod 3
Commodore 64

But there are some electronic oddities.
Pocket size wire recorder
Film projectors - 8mm 9.5mm 16mm
60's-70's Defibrilator

Steve B

Ease
02-02-2011, 04:44 PM
60's-70's Defibrilator

Steve B

Why? if I may ask.

steve B
02-03-2011, 09:42 AM
Someone I knew was in medical equipment sales. It was headed to the curb when they did the estate cleanout, and I have a weakness for weird old electronic/electrical stuff.

Steve B

Ease
02-05-2011, 06:53 PM
Someone I knew was in medical equipment sales. It was headed to the curb when they did the estate cleanout, and I have a weakness for weird old electronic/electrical stuff.

Steve B

Cool, i also like old electrical stuff. Does it still work?

steve B
02-06-2011, 12:38 AM
I haven't tried it. First, I don't have the paddles, and I'm not sure how much voltage it puts out.

Someday I'll go at it with the voltmeter and see what it does. It's one of the few electrical things I'm a bit intimidated by, mostly because it's meant to mess with a persons heart rythm. Household current isn't a concern, I'm careful but not worried. And I've worked on 240v and 480v before. I suspect the defibrilator puts out around 200+ with a fair bit of current capacity, maybe more. Enough to make me very cautious.

The 1800's detonator box (Think Wile E Coyote) does work, puts out about 65volts without a very agressive push on the plunger.

Steve B