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  Reply # 555122 7-Dec-2011 17:05
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keewee01: Hmmm...

~10 SIM cards
6 desktop PC's with 12 cores between them
5 mobile phones
3 laptops with 5 cores between them
3 switches
3 printer servers
2 UPSs
1 BT earpiece
1 server
1 colour laser
1 access point in a pear tree...

Oh and half a dozen digital phones





okay, nevermind then :(

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  Reply # 555127 7-Dec-2011 17:10
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McNulty:
keewee01: Hmmm...

~10 SIM cards
6 desktop PC's with 12 cores between them
5 mobile phones
3 laptops with 5 cores between them
3 switches
3 printer servers
2 UPSs
1 BT earpiece
1 server
1 colour laser
1 access point in a pear tree...

Oh and half a dozen digital phones





okay, nevermind then :(


At work and have several new machines waiting for my attention, plus some needing repair... and also my supplies for the company...

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  Reply # 555134 7-Dec-2011 17:16
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Behodar:  

/awaits "what are you wearing?" thread


How *you* doin'?

//Channelling my best Joey...

 




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  Reply # 555162 7-Dec-2011 18:24
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Laptop, Desktop, Blackberry phone, Samsung Phone, 3 Motorola Phones, 2 Nokia Phones, Wireless headset, Camera, Monitor, Access Card for work, 3 debit cards, 1 credit card, 2 EFTPOS cards, like 25 SIM Cards in a box, there's also a non-functioning laptop CPU on my desk somewhere, iPod Mini, iPod Touch g1, PSP, Digital Photo Frame. So all up, 49.




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  Reply # 555195 7-Dec-2011 20:19
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Two desktop PCs - my missus has my old quadcore and I have a new i7 for work (I work at home)
Also a laptop, but it just finally kicked the bucket last week.

eta: My Nikon D7000 and my fiancees Fuji HS20 camera & two mobile phones.




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  Reply # 555303 8-Dec-2011 08:38
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Within 5s of me, too many to count...... the joys of working on a service desk.




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  Reply # 555307 8-Dec-2011 08:52
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xpd: Within 5s of me, too many to count...... the joys of working on a service desk.


Go on... give it a go...

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  Reply # 555325 8-Dec-2011 09:24
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At a very rough count, 56.......




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  Reply # 555333 8-Dec-2011 09:41
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Okay so within arms reach

9 x IP Phones
1 x Ipad
1 x IPhone
2 x PC
1 x Laptop
1 x HD TV
1x MySki HDI ...Laughing Laughing
2 x Servers
3 x switches
4 x Routers
3 x Secret boxes ....Sealed





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  Reply # 555352 8-Dec-2011 10:14
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11 that are actually within visual arms reach without opening a draw or making any effort at all.

If I had to count up all the ones in everything I can see just from my desk, including those in things that are in boxes then the number starts to get silly.

It's quite amazing when you think about it. Cordless phone - 2 * CPU because the base unit has one as well... ATA --> wifi AP --> Modem... I have two cordless phones, one for each line, so suddenly the phone now has 5 CPUs (because one cordless has 2 handsets). The microwave is sitting on the bench...

The list goes on and on.





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  Reply # 555359 8-Dec-2011 10:25
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I was only counting PC/server CPUs..... didnt count phones etc :)




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  Reply # 555510 8-Dec-2011 15:00
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Well within arms reach is the title so 8. Otherwise it would alot more :-)


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  Reply # 556180 9-Dec-2011 23:41
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I'll see you all your cpu/processors and raise you

1 x Marvell QNAP NAS
1 x Samsung S5PV210 1Ghz Android desktop

and 10 x other stuff running discrete OS/firmware and one human running brain MkI

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  Reply # 556256 10-Dec-2011 10:01
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Wow. my geekness fails!

1 PC (duel core)
1 Smartphone (duel core)
1 netbook (single)
1 CPU (old, sitting in draw full of cumputer stuff but hey....says 'cpu's in reach)
1 ps3, currently yellow light of doom! :(
1 mobile (non-smart work) Not sure if this counts

DSLR is out of reach.

I feel like im lacking behind now.

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  Reply # 558425 15-Dec-2011 19:20
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Only 2! :-s :-(

But I'm in the dinning room, many more back in my room...




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