My Computer Can Kick Your Computer's Ass

Last modified on March 21st, 2008

I was walking around my apartment this evening, and came to the realization that I have a ton of computer equipment. So much in fact that some of it is piled is various corners of my place. Here’s a small list of what I have sitting around:

1) iMac Core2-Duo 2.0 GHz Desktop
2) Macbook Pro Core2-Duo 1.8 GHz Laptop
3) Intel based 1.6 GHz mini-server running debian linux
4) Quad Core 2.4 GHz Centos-based mini-server with 1 TB raid 5 storage (I use this for storing photos and other things I don’t want to lose)
5) External 350 GB USB 2.0 drive, used for time machine backups
6) Apple TV
7) External DVD USB 2.0 Burner with LightScribe (I use this for sending photo discs to people)
8) Nokia N800 mobile device (this belongs to my work, but it’s here for now)

Not a bad little collection for a 700 square foot apartment. Sure, it makes me rather geeky, but what’s a guy to do?

Some time in the next year or so I’ll probably be replacing my Macbook Pro. I’ve only had it for a year, but since I carried it to and from work everyday, it’s definitely showing wear. While the Macbook Air isn’t completely practical, it sure seems like a nice thing to carry around compared to my Macbook Pro.

2 responses to “My Computer Can Kick Your Computer's Ass”

  1. Andrea says:

    I got to number 4 on the list and started drooling…

  2. Kevin says:

    I think you should part with your apple TV 😉

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