- Home automation
- Gave away / sold most Amazon echos
- 1x Google Home Max
- 2x Google Home Mini
- 2x LIFX bulbs
- Home networking
- Synology DS416Play NAS + 4x 4TB HDD (~$1050)
- Ubiquiti UAP-AC-IW (in-wall) ($107)
- Ubiquiti US-16-150W 16 port switch ($308)
- Ubiquiti UAC AC Nano AP ($205)
- Nintendo Switch + mario + zelda ($450)
- JBL playlist chromecast speaker ($146)
- LG C7 OLED tv ($2950)
- Massdrop Sennheiser 6xx headphone ($215)
- Sony WH1000MX2 bluetooth headphones ($370)
- Microsoft Surface ergonomic keyboard ($140)
- Whitefox keyboard ($169)
- Fractal Design celsius s24 AIO water cooler unit ($118)
- Topre Realforce RGB keyboard ($199)
- Logitech g603 wireless mouse ($76)
- Raspberry Pi 3B+ canakit ($53)
- Kinesis Freestyle edge MX blue ergo keyboard ($200)
- Sony A9 plus accessories ($5000)
- Zeiss Batis 25/2 lens ($1170)
- Peak Design slide rite strap ($50)
- Home automation equipment
- Lots of GE Zwave in-wall switches and dimmers
- Aeon Aeotec gen5 z-wave usb adapter $45
- Logitech Harmony Hub ~100
- 2x Amazon Echo (150 each)
- 2x Google Home (130 each)
- Fuji X70 APS-C camera ~$750
- Fuji Instax SP-2 Printer ~$170
- Unifi UAC AP Pro access point ~$130
- KEF Q100 bookshelf speakers (to replace Audio Engine P4) ~$300
black friday deal
- Audioquest Dragonfly Black usb audio adapter
- Chromecast 2, and Chromecast Audio x2
- New PC build for oculus and photos (~$2K) (early 2016)
- Intel Haswell-E 6core 5820K CPU
- 32G Kingston ValueRAM DDR4
- Asus X99-A motherboard
- EVGA Geforce GTX 970 GPU
- Samsung 950 PRO 512GB NVMe PCIE M.2 SSD
- Dell P2415Q 23.8 inch 4K monitor
- Fractal Define R5 White Case
- Noctua NH-U12S cooler
- Oculus Rift + Touch controllers
- Bought a house!
- 2x Unifi UAP AC access points
- Sony 70-200 f/4 prime lens
- Sony 28/2 prime lens
- Chromecast ($25)
- Fire TV Stick (free with sling.tv subscription)
- Yamaha AvantGrand N2 digital hybrid piano ($8k)
- Upgraded desktop to windows 10
- Lots of disk shuffling.
- 2TB Western Digital My Passport Mac edition (WDBKKF0020BSL) for
- 4TB Western Digital My Book Desktop edition (WDBFJK0040HBK) for
- 2TB Western Digital WD20EARX drive
- Bought (and sold) Sony A6000 ($490), Sony SEL1670Z 16-70mm f4 Carl
Zeiss Lens ($750), Sony SEL55210 55-210 f4.5-6.3 ($220)
- Bought Panasonic LX100 compact camera ($900)
- Bought Sony A7 Mk2, Sony SEL55F18Z 55mm f/1.8 lens ($750), Sony
SEL2470Z 24-70mm f/4 ($900)
- Bought iPad Air (gen1) 16GB for Q's Dad.
- Upgraded to iphone 6 (64GB, white/silver) at work
- Reverted to Windows 7 on the desktop
- Retired HTPC and donated parts. Replaced with Mac mini for full
- (november) purchased 13 inch macbook pro: 2560x1600 retina
display, 16GB RAM, Intel core i5 2.6ghz, intel iris pro
graphics with 1GB vram, 512GB pciE ssd. ($1700)
- (november) Bought 32gb ipad mini retina (2nd revision) with
yellow smart cover ($590)
- Purchased and returned Fujifilm X-E2 digital camera
- Purchased Olympus OM-D E-M1 16MP micro 4/3 camera ($1400)
- Switched to 15inch retina macbook pro at work. Late 2013 haswell. 16GB RAM.
- Purchased netgear r7000 802.11ac router
- Upgraded desktop to Windows 8 Pro ($39)
- Purchased Samsung external DVD writer ($30) to get rid of internal DVD drives
- Purchased and returned Seagate 3tb external drive
- Bought 2x Rosewill usb 2.0 enclosure
- Bought 2tb Western Digital WD20EARX hard drive ($110)
- Bought white HHKB Lite 2 ($70)
- Upgraded HTPC with OWC SSD replacement and last copy of Win 7 Ultimate
- Bought Apple TV ($99)
- Moved mac mini to be connected to TV
- Donated Qian's old thinkpad R30
- Donated qian's old PC with Lian-li case and intel c2d
- Bought an ipad 3 32gb Wi-fi
- Bought Panasonic Leica 25mm 1.4/G lens H-X025 ($599)
- Switched to 15 inch thunderbolt MBP at work plus 27 inch TB monitor
- Bought Qian a 13 inch macbook air. 4gb ram. 128gb ssd. 1.7ghz core i5 dual core (~$1300)
- Bought Qian a white iphone 4S 16gb ($200 + contract)
- Bought 802.11n Airport express for home stereo ($99)
Winter Holidays (2011-12-28)
- Returned ATEN 4-port KVM switch
- Switched Thinkpad x220 at work
- Purchased ATEN 4-port CS1764A DVI/USB KVM switch ($200)
- Purchased Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 document scanner ($250)
1.5 years at FB (2011-11-13)
- Switched to 13 inch mbp at work
- OWC SSD died, so replaced with Samsung 470 series 128gb SSD ($200)
- Got a fitbit for birthday
- Bought TP-Link TL_WN822N Wireless N USB Adapter ($25)
- Bought Sennheiser mx580 earbuds ($29)
- Bought Airport extreme 5th gen ($174)
- Sold Nikon D70 body + kit lens
- Moved to San Carlos, consolidated home desk machines to two machines
hooked up to same monitor/keyboard.
Almost one year at FB (2011-04-03)
- Switched to Thinkpad X201 at work.
- Bought Panasonic GH2 micro-4/3 camera. With 20mm F1.7 fixed lens.
After 6 months at FB (2010-11-29)
New PC build: Antec NSK 3480 mATX case, with 380watt earthwatts
PSU. Intel Core i7 870 2.93 ghz quad core CPU with HT. 4x4GB
Kingston value ram DDR3 1333 (KVR1333D3N9/4G). Intel DP55WB matx
mobo (no frills). EVGA 01G-P3-1370-TR Nvidia geforce gtx 460
GPU. OWC mercury extreme pro SSD (SF-1200 series) 120GB. (~$1300)
- Switched back to mbp at work.
- Started FB with a MBP, but exchanged for a Lenovo T410s.
- Bought Transcend memory card reader for SDHC support
- Bought cables-to-go 2 port USB hardware switch, as poor-man's KVM
- Moved desktop PC to living room to become media PC
- Started at facebook. Returned Lenovo T400 and X60 to vmw.
- Got new iphone from fb, gave old one to qian
New Year (2010-01-07)
- Bought Rocstor 850 External 1TB FW800 hard drive for mac mini
- Bought Panasonic LX3 camera for qian
- Sold magic mouse, bought Logitech M500 mouse ($35)
- Bought Ultimate Ears Triple.fi 10 earbuds ($99 deal on amazon)
- Bought Motorola SB6120 docsis 3.0 cable modem ($85)
- Bought Creative Inspire T10 speakers for qian ($50)
After 5 years at vmware and Kaio's birthday (2009-11-02)
- Bought a new Mac Mini (c2d 2.53ghz, 4gb ddr3 pc8500, 320gb 5400rpm sata,
superdrive, magic mouse) (~$810 inc tax, with friend's discount hookup)
- Sold pair of Yamaha msp5 speakers for ($325 CL)
- Bought pair of Audioengine A4 passive desktop speakers ($249)
Fall 2009 (2009-10-02)
- Sold Topre Realforce 101 ($130 on ebay)
- Sold Beringer 6-channel mixer ($30 on CL)
- Bought Lenovo Ultranav desktop keyboard SK-8855 ($50)
- Drive in external owc mercury elite pro external enclosure died
Fall 2009 (2009-08-31)
- Bought an iPhone 3GS (16GB) $199
- Bought a FILCO Majestouch FKBN87M/EB tenkey-less cherry brown n-key
rollover kb. $135
- Tochan got me a NAD amp for my birthday
- Bought Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000 $20
- Sold Apple Wireless bluetooth keyboard for $30
- Donated IBM old buckling spring keyboard (trackpoint 2), 80GB Seagate,
80GB Samsung, 100GB Western Digital hard drives, Samsung CDROM, Hitachi
DVDROM, Pioneer DVD-RW, External PATA hard drive enclosure (USB)
- @Home: Vista X64, intel mac mini (leopard), XP on Qian's computer.
@Work: Ubuntu 9.04 on desktop (dual boot with Win7), 8.04 on build
machine. Win7 on T400. Win7RC on X60.
Beginning of 2009 (2009-01-02)
- Bought Nikon 50mm f/1.8D AF prime lens (~$100)
Just after 4 years @ VMware and Kaio's birthday (2008-11-14)
- Bought a HP LP 2475w 24 inch LCD monitor and then returned it due to
color mura issues.
- Bought an NEC 2490WUXi 24 inch LCD monitor ($1000), with calibration
- Bought a X-Rite i1 display 2 calibrator ($200).. note to self: buy the
bundle next time.
- Bought some cheap clamped lamps from Ikea to act as bias lights for when
the room is dark ($10 x 2)
- Bought a Flip Mino HD handheld video camera ($200)
- Bought a Logitech Quickam Pro 9000 USB webcam ($75)
- Got a copy of Vista x64 Ultimate edition through Joyce ($60).. and liked
- Got a Western Digital VelociRaptor WD1500HLFS 150GB 10krpm SATA drive
- Ended that other blog (End of October)
Almost 4 years at VMware (2008-09-06)
- Bought Panasonic TH-50PZ85U 50 inch 1080P Plasma TV ($2020)
- Built computer for Qian: 2.0Ghz Pentium E2180 (allendale) dual core, 2GB
PC6400 from my desktop, 250GB Seagate 7200.10, Intel DG35EC mATX
motherboard, Samsung DVD-burner, Lian-Li aluminum case from old pc.
Planal PL201M from my desktop. ($280 in new purchases) XP 32bit.
- Bought 4 gig of PC6400 RAM (A-Data) ($80) for the desktop (now 6GB
total). Came with free 2GB USB drive.
- Sold AOpen AX4g pro, 1.8 ghz P4 1.8, 1GB memory ($35)
- Sold Belkin Ergoboard USB keyboard ($10)
- Started that other blog (May)
- Just realized that I can get most of this info just by looking at my
newegg order history :-P
- Still running XP 32bit on desktop (looking for copy of Vista x64).
Installed Vista x86 on Thinkpad x60 from work. @Work: OpenSuse 11 (after
a brief wiff of Gentoo, after a while with Ubuntu 8.04), Ubuntu 7.04,
Windows Server 2008 (as a desktop)
- Returned Dell 30inch LCD 3007WFP-HC
- Received Topre Realforce 101 as a gift ($170)
A little over 3 years at VMware (2007-12-31)
- Bought a MS Natural Keyboard Elite for home as well. ($20)
- Purchased a Nikon 18-200mm DX AF-S VR lens (88000 yen)
- Purchased a Dell 30inch LCD 3007WFP-HC ($1385 incl tax)
- Switched back to 32bix XP as a primary home OS (back from x64 XP)
- Sold charcoal HHK pro 2 keyboard on ebay for $200. Just wasn't suited
for home use.
- Qian got me a Wii for my birthday
- Friends got me a Blackberry Curve 8300 for my birthday
- Return of my old favorite: MS Natural Keyboard Elite (with USB this
time) for work. ($20)
- bought NEC 2070NX 20 inch monitor $350
- bought logitech wireless notebook mouse $40
- bought D-link 323 NAS with 2 x 500GB Samsung Drives in RAID1 config $470
- bought Rosewill 5-port gigabit switch ($40)
- bought OPPO 970HD upscaling dvd player $150
- bought 2x happy hacker pro keyboard $270 each (one white, one charcoal gray)
- bought extra 2GB memory PC6400 memory for desktop, bringing to 4GB total (required XP x64 edition)
- bought canon pixma iP6700D inkjet photo printer
- started Ubuntu Tips
- Work bought me a Thinkpad X60
2 years at VMware (2006-10-06)
- bought belkin ergoboard pro usb $35
- bought kensington slimtype keyboard for mac $40
- bought microsoft wireless optical mouse 5000 $30
- bought linksys WRT54GL wireless router and loaded dd-wrt third party firmware. $40
- sold powerbook plus macally icekey keyboard and cases for $1200
- bought new desktop: antec p180 case, seasonic 380w silent power supply,
intel core 2 duo e6600 2.4ghz, 2gb pc800 geil 1.8v ddr2 ram, 2 x 320gb
seagate sata-ii hard drive, nec 16x dual layer dvd burner, gigabyte
geforce 7600gt silentpipe-ii video card, asus p5b deluxe/wi-fi
motherboard. cost ~$1300
- sold the datadesk smartboard on craigslist $90
- bought macally icekey usb keyboard $40
- bought jvc 27inch tv for $100 on craigslist
- bought ultimate ears super.fi 5pro in-ear monitors
- bought an ipod nano for qian
- bought a macally icekey keyboard
- bought a datadesktech smartboard
- sold the sony picturebook on craigslist
- sold most of the parts from the old amd box on craigslist. gave plextor cd
burner to office mate at work.
- Gave Linksys WRT54GS router to friend.
- bought apple bluetooth wireless keyboard.
After one year at VMware (2005-08-08)
- bought powerbook 15inch, 1.67mhz g4, 512m ram upgraded to 1.5g. 80 gig.
superdrive. 802.11g. bluetooth. os x tiger.
- bought blue ipod mini 6g.
- bought apple airport express.
- scrapped and sold most of matx system. moved webserver into a vm on desktop
in workstation 5.0.
- bought extra 512mb for desktop. also pioneer dual layer 16x dvd burner
- bought nikon d70 digital slr with 18-70mm kit lens.
- bought sony dsc-p150 compact 7mp digital camera.
- bought a ps/2 from japan.
- bought a linksys wrt54gs wireless router. doesn't work too well.
- gave samsung 170mp to mom.
- bought japanese thin form factor playstation 2.
- bought owc mercury elite pro 250gb external firewire800/usb2 hdd.
- bought logitech mx1000 laser cordless mouse.
- bought pioneer 16x dual layer dvd+-r/rw internal drive.
- sold zaurus and accessories for $500
- sold canon powershot g3
- bought beyerdynamic DT250 headphones ($150)
- bought matx system as devel box for kde work. shuttle matx case, asrock
sis motherboard. amd athlonxp 2500+. 512mb ram. rest scrapped parts from other
system. cost ~$600 cdn
- bought a sharp zaurus sl-c860 in japan
UBC second year (2003-11-20)
- sent z505 home
- standard battery on c1vrx died, so using double cap. battery exclusively.
slowly but surely racking up cycles.
- bought planar pl201m 20inch uxga lcd with 25ms response 500:1 contrast
ratio, using with samsung under xinerama on gentoo
- converted webserver to a router, installed this wiki as well as tdiary
and other stuff
- bought 80gig seagate 7200.7 as a backup drive. had to return my wester
digital 100gb once. thank goodness for the 3 year warranty. need to come
up with strategy for buying disks in the future.
- put atlas 10k back into desktop.
- bought canon powershot g3
ubc first year (2003-03-13)
- a nice ikea desk!
- new desktop: p4 1.8 ghz. aopen ax4g pro. 512mb ddr 333 mhz. 100gb
western digital 7200rpm 8mb cache drive. Lian-li aluminum case. dvdrom from
before. cd burner from before. Geforce4 Ti 4200 graphics card. Linksys
Wireless Desktop PCI network adapter. Cheap logitech keyboard. It has a small
windows partition, then the rest of it is Gentoo Linux.
- Brother HL-1440 Laser printer. Prints only one side, but its pretty fast
and was under 300 bucks US.
- new camera: Casio Exilim S1. 1280x960. Tiny! But they're already up to
an S3 with 3 megapixels...
- Still have both picturebook and z505, as well as a webserver box
(now running on the p3 850) and a case with an abit BP6 in it
among other things
- A 3com Officeconnect wireless router. This doesn't work as well
as other products I've bought from 3com. It keeps losing its DHCP
lease. Also got a cheap small AOpen hub.
- Not exactly computer stuff:
- MSB LINK DAC
- A pair of Yamaha MSP-10 studio monitors
- Beringer Eurorack MX 602A mixer
- A Casio TV-970B portable TV (Thanks Qian's parents!)
- New stand for my keyboard: Ultimate IQ-2000 double locking
Princeton Senior Year (2002-01-26)
- "chunky" and "pocky" no longer exist. CHUNKY's case converted to
be the main desktop, with the p3 850 and 384mb RAM, and renamed
KURIMAN. The same machine also has the 40gb seagate, the 40gb
samsung, the radeon, and runs Kondara Linux 2.1 RC2.
- POCKY's case was decomissioned, so was the BP6 and a stick of 128 PC100, and its cdrom.
- Instead of a deadicated firewall box, bought a linksys router + wireless AP box.
- Bought a Vaio C1 VRX/K over the summer. The hard drive started to go bonkers (perhaps because of the so called "sony timer", though none of the other stuff I've bought from the has gone bad), so replaced it with a toshiba 40gb model. Also have a Avaya wireless silver card for it. Runs Win2K only. This machine is aptly named VAIOMANJUU.
Princeton End of Junior Summer (2001-07-03)
- "chunky" is sitting a friends house for the summer
- "pocky" is sitting in a box for the summer. The 10k rpm drive + SCSI card that it was using is now in my dad's computer. (too small/hot/loud)
- "firewall" has been decommissioned and sent home.
- "vaio" is now running FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE as well as Win2K. Slackware 8 just came out but I probably won't touch that until the fall.
- Plans for the fall: "pocky" will get a SB Live that I lent to my dad. "pocky" will also probably get a 40 gig or 80 gig 7200 rpm drive.. considering -> Seagate Barracuda IV. "chunky" will probably get converted to Slackware 8, unless I need a firewall again.
Princeton End of Junior Year (2001-04-25)
- "chunky" is no longer overclocked now takes on the role of firewall. Front fans removed to kill noise. Runs FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE
- "pocky" runs 100% FreeBSD
- "firewall" is probably going to be decomissioned and scrapped for parts, or will turn into an mp3 appliance
- "pocky" now runs a radeon 64MB DDR. Bought for $180 fast but unfortunately driver support could be better
- I am now a happy hacking owner of a happy hacking keyboard lite. The japanese keyboard layout got too annoying. :-P
Princeton Junior Year (2001-01-25)
- "chunky": Dual Celeron 366mhz OC'ed to 550mhz. Abit BP6 Motherboard. 128meg
RAM. (had to split the RAM with the other box) Diamond Viper 550 AGP (Nvidia
TNT). Linksys NIC. Maxtor 13 gig 7.2k rpm HDD. Plextor 12/10/32A CDRW drive. 2
mod'ed golden orbs cool the celerons. Case is cooled by an Enermax switching
330v supply, a front case fan, and a PC Power and cooling silencer case fan
mounted on one of the side blow holes. OS: Slackware Linux 7.1
- "pocky": Pentium III 850 mhz. 128meg PC100. Onboard Video (intel 815).
Onboard Audio. Onboard Lan. Quantum 9gig Atlast 10k rpm Ultra160 SCSI. Adaptec
3940 UW Dual Channel SCSI controller. OS: Windows 2000 Professional
- "firewall": Plain old pentium 233 mhz. Atrend ATC-5000 motherboard (Intel
TX). 64 Meg EDO. 3com NIC. Intel NIC. PCI Usb card (cuz no one sells the USB
connectors for this motherboard) OS: FreeBSD 4.1
- "vaio": Sony PCGA-Z505R Superslim laptop. P2 366. 192MB PC100. 12 gig
(original 6gig). Built-in LAN. External CD-ROM (PCGA-CD51) 12.1 inch TFT.
Standard Battery (doesn't last at all but bigger battery = 300$) OS: Dual boot
configuration between NetBSD 1.5 and Windows 2000
- Peripheri (?):
- Technics P-30 Digital Piano
- Yamaha Amp
- Iogear USB KVM Switch (4 machines)
- Samsung 170mp flatpanel monitor with integrated TV Tuner
- Canon Powershot S100 Digital Elph (with 32mb mem card)
- Sony MZ-R900 Portable MD Recorder
- Logitech Optical Mouse (the smaller one)
- Justy UKB-109 Japanese layout USB keyboard
- 2 Linksys 10/100 Hubs.
- Egosys Waveterminal U2A (USB to SPDIF)
- Planned Purchases:
- 3ware Escalade 6200 IDE-RAID controller
- 2 5400 rpm IDE 40gig drives.
- Speakers for that Yamaha amp.
- Some kind of groovebox.
- Stuff that I still own in some way, but don't use. (and the excuse I had for buying something newer, if applicable)
- Sony JB920 MD deck. (took up too much space in my dorm room. Doesn't support LP recording. Bitch to bring back and forth from school)
- Sony MZ-E70 Portable MD player (no point having a player if u cant record)
- Journada 680 (took from my dad cuz he didn't use it. He got it as some gift from work. Useless)
- IBM 7200 RPM SCSI 4.5 gig Ultrastar... TOO LOUD!
- 6gig laptop hard drive that was originally in the vaio (too lazy to buy the IDE adapter)
- Gave the Samsung 531TFT to my sister for her birthday
- Laptop now runs Win2K
- no more overclocking for now.. sold the fans cuz they were way to loud. thinking about a couple golden orbs tho.
- CD-ROM unit: PCGA CDA-51 for Sony VAIO
- USB CD-RW: Sony Spressa Plus - 6x4x4x (R, W, RW)
- Another old computer
- -P5 233 MMX, 64 megs EDO RAM
- -Linksys NIC, 3com NIC, Matrox Mystique VGA
- -Freebsd 3.4 running natd among other things
- sold hoontech 4dwave-nx
Princeton Sophomore Year 1999-2000
- Dual Celeron 366 mhz CPUs overclocked to 550 mhz (100 mhz FSB)
- Abit BP6 Motherboard
- 256 MB PC100 SDRAM
- Hoontech 4DWAVE-NX PCI Soundcard (based on Trident 4DWave)
- Diamond Viper 550 AGP
- 3com Fast Ethernet 3c905B-TXNM
- Samsung SyncMaster 531 TFT Flatpanel Analog LCD Monitor
- Microsoft Natural Keyboard
- Hitach GD-2000 DVD-ROM
- Adaptec 3940UW, dual channel UW SCSI adapter
- Quantum Atlas IV 10,000 RPM 9gig
- IBM Ultrastar something 4.5gig 7200 RPM
- Western Digital 8 gig UDMA33 5400 RPM
- Operating System: Turbo Linux 3.6 (English)
- Laptop (Sony Vaio PCG-Z505R)
- Mobile Pentium II 366 Mhz
- 64MB SDRAM
- 6.4 gig HDD
- 12.1 Active Matrix TFT (1024x768)
Princeton Freshman Year 1998-1999
- Current System:
- Intel Pentium II @ 350 mhz
- Abit BH6 Motherboard
- 128 MB PC100 RAM (I don't know the brand, but it works)
- Soundblaster Live! (Great for Windows. Currently Useless under Linux)
- Diamond Viper 550 (RIVA TNT)
- SMC network card (cheap stuff that the school sold me.. shoulda bought 3com)
- Samsung SyncMaster 531 TFT Flatpanel Analog LCD Monitor (Awesome! Spendy!)
- Microsoft Natural Keyboard (Elite)
- Plextor 4x/2x CD-R w/ internal SCSI card (Advansys generic)
- Sony 16x CD-ROM (old but works well)
- Western Digital 8 gig, Quantium 4 gig (both UDMA33)
- Operating Systems: Windows NT 4.0 SP4 and Linux (RedHat 5.2, Kernel 2.2.x)
- Peripherals: (in one way or another)
- Sony JB-920 (gold) Minidisc Deck
- Sony MZ-EP10 Portable Minidisc Player
- Technics p-30 Digital Piano
- Canon Powershot A5 Digital Camera
- You may wonder how I ever get any work done with all this stuff. Quite frankly I never get anything done as long as I'm in Windows. As soon as a I boot into Linux, half of my peripherals are unuseable, allowing me to do something productive.
- Future Upgrades:
- Hard Drive Space! (always need more)
- RAM (damn NT)
- Video Card (current one has some ghosting problems)
- New Mouse (this one's getting a bit old)
- Processor (could always go PIII with this motherboard)
- CD-R (2x write is a little slow these days)
- BeOS (if only i had the right hardware....)
- Total Cost of Current Setup (incl. peripherals): approx $4100