Mac Setups: Huge Mac Collection
Typically we try to just post workstations for Mac setups, but Rejean H sent in pictures of what amounts to a giant collection of Macs built up over the years, and we just had to post it.
Ranging from some of the first Macs to be released, to the Macintosh Portable, Mac Classic, 20th Anniversary Mac, Power Mac 7200, 9500, Performas, eMac, G4 Cube, clamshell iBook, to modern aluminum iMacs and a new MacBook Air, this is a room full of one huge collection of Apple gear.
Check out more pictures below:
Is this an epic Mac collection or what?
Several All-in-One Macs, including the very first iMac on the far right. Don’t miss the original posters either.
This is the full image of what is shown up top. Don’t miss the original Apple stickers and oldschool Apple mousepads, not to mention the wall full of Macs in the background!
Thanks for sending these in Rejean!
damn that a lot of heat
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Cannot upload here… but you can find it here:
I just get a blank screen when I try that link.
Great collection Rejean! I’ve got some of PowerPC and Intel macs, but I actually haven’t got ANY 68k or beige mac. My collection is so much smaller than yours (obviously)
Can you upload the iMac aluminium wallpaper? The first iMac on the left, in the firts photo. I love it!
is going to block your entrance.
why you collect so much junk?
THAT. IS. NOT. JUNK!!!!!
jealous guy ??
If you had to take a guess as to how much money you spent from your very first Mac purchase to your very last one so far, how much would you guess you spent on all this so far?
Hum… I don’t want to know… And surely my wife neither ;-)
Whats the wallpaper on the imac ? it looks just like the inside of one!
Here it is !
Lovely collection. I’m somewhat concerned about visiting computer museums – people might think I’m part of the collection since the first computer I programmed was a machine with a rotating drum memory, no assembler either.
Wow, nice collection. You should donate some of those to a museum so that people can see them. Maybe your local college would display them behind glass. Definitely you should protest these as they are our computer heritage.
It’s already a museum…
Please come visit me when you will be in Montreal area
We’re not worthy! We’re not Worthy!
Awesome setup!! Happy New Years!!
This guy must be sooooo f…king rich!!!! :)
Non that much ;-)
Correction: in that third picture, that’s not a “very first iMac”. The original ones (I have a Rev C) had actual CD trays, rather than being a slot-loading CD player. The CD trays were phased out after the Rev. D models.
Great collection Rejean, are they all in working order?
Hi Ron !
Most of them are in working condition… Still in search for the acid-lead battery for the Macintosh Portable
Amazing collection Rejean!