Mac Setups: iMac, MacBook Air, and Beyond

May 12, 2012 - 4 Comments

Mac Setup with an iMac, Galaxy Tab, iPad, and more

Most Apple fans own several iProducts since it’s so easy to go from a Mac to an iPad to an iPhone, but Fabiano F. has a setup that goes beyond Apple gear and branches into other mobile platforms, including Palm, Android, and even a Kindle. Hardware shown from left to right is:

  • iPhone 4S
  • Palm Treo 650
  • iMac 21″ with an Apple wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse
  • Galaxy Tab 2
  • iPad 2
  • Kindle
  • MacBook Air 11″

This is a great Mac setup on a clean glass desk which matches Apple gear so well. It may be an unpopular opinion, but the home screen of the Android tablet is kind of nice with the weather widgets and other customizations, test Android 4 yourself within the constraints of a virtual machine and you’ll see some of the obvious pros and cons to a widgetized home screen. Maybe widgets will come to iOS some day, beyond Notification Center?

Check out past Mac setups, and send in your own setup shots to osxdailycom@gmail.com, include a list of hardware and a brief description of what you use it for.

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Posted by: William Pearson in Mac Setups

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  1. anna says:

    very nice, looks very clear and good

  2. Luke says:

    Dashboard x brings notification centre widgets to the iOS home screen. It’s pretty cool.

  3. Kevin says:

    A setup so dull and bland looking that I had to take a second look to make sure the picture wasn’t taken in black and white…

  4. Tom says:

    Nice!! I can’t wait to see the new MBP’s!! Woohoo!!

    What is that “droid thingy” doing there? Just kidding, very cool setup, thanks for sharing!!

    Keep them coming!

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