• imagine the day when leads are gone!!
  • Is this 23"? - iMacUser
  • looks like 30 - Andrew Mulligan
  • 23"Cinema Display
  • spare powerbook battery
  • apple remote
  • I have a similar set up at my house. I have only one powerbook though. A 17" with a 30" monitor. I need a wireless mouse like you. Kudos! - SewcialButterfly
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The AppleTree

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  1. geishaboy500 108 months ago | reply

    Lucky Lucky Me !! Tools of the trade.

  2. *dan 108 months ago | reply

    That desk is cool, is that wood or something else?

  3. geishaboy500 108 months ago | reply

    The desk bespoke by Duncan Jacques in Zebrano wood with hidden draws.

  4. Kris Kros 108 months ago | reply

    Clean and so organized. Nice.

  5. twalls1068@sbcglobal.net 108 months ago | reply

    you should see my digs.

  6. _jmeeter 108 months ago | reply

    Hopefully someday I will have a setup like that! ;]

  7. joshaidan 108 months ago | reply

    What is it that you do?

    Brian.

  8. Olav Bjørkøy 108 months ago | reply

    If I only had the money..

  9. shaggy 66 108 months ago | reply

    looks neater than mine

  10. ___federico___ [deleted] 108 months ago | reply

    where is the iPod?

  11. Bumfluff [deleted] 108 months ago | reply

    This is SO SO SO what I need! Just fab! :)

  12. Hilary jane 108 months ago | reply

    I'm so jealous = ( , all i have is a 12" powerbook

  13. cynthusia 99 months ago | reply

    nice! where did you get the stand that the middle laptop is on?

  14. hp_thornton 87 months ago | reply

    is the charge herman miller?

  15. Jorge Quinteros 85 months ago | reply

    This certainly is a great looking home studio. I currently have my MBP setup the same way. All I'm missing at the moment is the Apple Cinema Display. All in due time though.

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