Originally Posted by MitchellO
Sway in the wind? No
Originally Posted by slipknot13
They send my wireless signal pretty far, a few blocks actually. On top of that i have a wireless repeater with this they're also sitting on top of a 5lb weight because they wont stay on the shelf without falling over
Originally Posted by Podolak
Well, I looked through every page of this forum and I decided to post my own pictures. This is of my desk in my home office.
First, is my Latitude D410 as described in my profile. As this is a notebook forum and this is the Dell section in particular I thought this picture should go first:
This next picture is of my old Toshiba laptop that was my primary laptop before the D410. As this is a notebook forum I thought that should be second:
This next picture is of my iBook. Again, as this is a notbook forum I thought that should go third. The spec on my 12" iBook is G3 Dual USB, 500Mhz, 640MB ram and a 40gb 5400RPM Hdd (That was formerly installed in my Toshiba).
This picture is an overview of my office:
Here is a picture of my Dell Axim X51v, Motorola v551 cell phone and my Philips GoGear MP3 player:
This is an overview of the lower portion of my desk:
Here is my printer. It is an HP 2840 Color LaserJet All-in-one machine:
Here are some pictures of my LCD Monitors. They are Viewsonic VX924 LCDs:
Here is a picutre of my servers. The server on the left is a Xeon 2.8Ghz, 4GB Ram system with a SATA RAID Card. The primary aray is two 74GB 10,000 RPM WD Raptor HDDs in a RAID 1 configuration. The data array is 4 250GB WD HDDs in a RAID 5 configuration. It runs Windows 2003 Small Business Server (I like Exchange and its the cheapest way to get it besides well.."the free way"). The Dell PowerEdge 1300 is a PIII 550 Mhz server with 512MB ram and 4 9.1GB 10,000 RPM SCSI HDDs in a Raid 5 configuration. This server runs Redhat Linux.
This is my Internet connection. It is a cable modem connected to a SonicWall Soho3.
This is my tower system. It is a P4 3.0Ghz, 2GB Ram, 74GB 10,000 RPM WD Raptor HDD, Nvidia GeForce 5900 Video Card and a Sony DVDRW drive.
Lasty is my trusty TI86.
What is also seen beside my desk is my wife's desk. She has a Dell Inspirion XPS M170. PM 2.0Ghz, 2GB Ram, 80GB 7200 RPM HDD, 17" Screen, 256MB GeForce 7800GTX Video Card, Dell TV Tuner and well pretty much the works. She uses her laptop for everything which is why she has the gaming machine. I travel a lot with my laptop for work so I used it for business and I use my tower for gaming.
This is my setup. I hope everyone likes.