Dell XPS 1530 with Kubuntu 9.04. It's meant to be a desktop replacement so both Angela and I can always have access to a full fledged computer
Dell Mini 9 with Crunchbang Linux. So useful when traveling and going out. I'm constantly changing its linux distribution from Ubuntu NR to Moblin or whatever (namely, Jolicloud)
Old Viewpad 1000. I bought it some months ago at eBay for $20. It's one of the first tablet pc (2000) and I had to hack it a lot so the faulty network card and the touch screen actually worked as expected. My idea is to put a fullscreen firefox with wikipedia, rss and imap mail next to the TV set
Dell Latitude E6400 with Arch 2009.2. It's my second work related laptop (the other one stays at ENTEL and it's a Thinkpad XS0s). Arch Linux is being an interesting experience so far...
Sony wireless headphones. Listening to podcasts while I cook or clean, the easy way :-)
It's Angela's laptop, not mine. I bought it in Tokyo (yep, japanese keyboard but she uses it for her japanese language courses). It's a Panasonic CF-W5. It's weights just 1kg and the battery is 9 hours long. It's really awesome.
Our desktop computer. A 2.6 GHz Intel Quad with 4GB of RAM and lot's disk space.
At anytime you'll find three open X sessions (Angela, mine, work's)
Logitech Trackman mouse. I'm in love with this mouses. It's a pity they are now being abandoned.
Lots of books (mainly Physics and Computer Science)
Here you are. Our three laptops, a netbook, a tabletpc and a desktop
pc. See the notes for more details. I took the photo on purpose, after seeing that a previous photo
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/angelaypablo/860181962/] was, by far,
the most viewed photo on my flickr photostream.