HP 15 laptop from 2015
- 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7-4510U
- 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 RAM
- 500 GB Samsung SSD 850 EVO
- Intel HD Graphics 4400 & NVIDIA GeForce 820M with 2 GB VRAM
15-inch 1366*768 LCD(*)
- Running Windows 10 Pro & Mac OS 10.12 Sierra
(*) One of the hinges broke and damaged a cable causing the internal display to have a permanent red tint, so now I only use this computer at home with an external LCD (HP x22LED 21.5-inch 1920*1080 or Philips 190C 19-inch 1280*1024).
Apple MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2.53 GHz, mid 2009)
- 2.53 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P8700
- 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3 RAM
- 240 GB SanDisk SSD Plus
- NVIDIA GeForce 9400M with 256 MB VRAM
- 15-inch 1440*900 LCD
- Running Mac OS 10.13 High Sierra
HP Pavilion a6452.it tower PC from 2008
- 2.2 GHz AMD Phenom 9500 quad-core
- 3 GB 800 MHz DDR2 RAM
- 500 GB 7200 rpm HDD
- NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 with 128 MB VRAM
- One of the monitors mentioned above (*)
- Running Windows 7 Professional & Ubuntu 14.04
Apple iPad mini 2
- 32 GB "space gray", running iOS 10.2
Raspberry Pi (first-generation model B from 2012)
- Running Debian Wheezy
I used to use it as a print server with my HP Photosmart C3180, but in November 2016 I got a newer printer (HP Color LaserJet Pro M277dw) which has built-in networking features.
Smartphones I use
- Apple iPhone 8 (256 GB "space gray") running iOS 11.1.2
- Apple iPhone 5S (64 GB "space gray") running iOS 9.3.3 (partially damaged by water)
- Apple iPhone 4S (64 GB black) running iOS 6.1.3 (**)
- HTC One M7 (32 GB silver) running Android 5.1 Lollipop (camera is broken and touch screen doesn't work in a certain spot)
- HTC One V (black) running Android 4.4.4 KitKat (CyanogenMod 11)
- Some of my iPhone screen shots from when I only had my 5S (example) look like they're from an iPhone 6 or 6S (not 7 or 8 because I didn't have iOS 10 or 11) because of a jailbreak tweak called "Upscale" that enables the iPhone 6/7/8 (not Plus) screen resolution on any device running iOS 8 or newer. It worked perfectly fine, but I stopped using this tweak in June 2017.
- (**) I replaced the screen in my iPhone 4S because the LCD was broken. Although it works and everything is connected properly, when the phone reboots, it only shows a white screen with random vertical lines, and I have to keep rebooting to make it work fine again (it takes about 5 to 20 tries every time).
To make this easier and quicker I do it when the battery is low and it shows the "low battery" screen instead of turning on. When it displays the "low battery" screen correctly I can plug it in, so it charges, boots up, and then works until the next reboot.
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