I was thinking of making a thread on what tech is used in your day-to-day life- phone, computer, and any extras, please post them here!
I use a ThinkPad x61, with a Nokia 5110 and an iPad 1, and a Sony Walkman MiniDisc for music-(as you may have gathered, I'm not that up to date with new technology that much!
I use a Toshiba Satellite Pro, a Samsung mobile (No idea what the make is), an original Casio 1572 A168 watch, a 1969 Sony B&W television with an elizabethan 8 track player for music, a 1957 pilot encore record player with a Garrard deck also for music and a Sharp MD-SR40 or a Panasonic SJ-MR200 Minidisc player also for music
How can you watch YouTube on it? I've got a Goodman early 90s box, but I have no clue! Do I need a ChromeCast or something like that? Thanks.
I have a PI hooked up to it outputting composite video which is then passed through an RF modulator to the TV's UHF / VHF switch and then into the TV
I use my Macbook pro lite, My Ps4, my Ps3, my ps2, and my Playstation, I also will sometimes use my nintendo the consoles (So like my original sonic and stuff) and rarely I will use my atari, I do have like and iPhone 5 but i never use it cause it is like trash, I also have a samsung smart TV (If that counts) I also have an iPad, and an iPad Air. (But i only use it to play "The Battle Cats") so yea mainly the old stuff
I use my phone mostly (IPhone X), my Macbook Air (Going to upgrade to a Razer Blade Stealth soon) , my gaming PC, and my snes if i wanna play classic games.
I have a nintendo switch, but I havent used it in a while. I have a bunch of other consoles that are collecting dust too.
I'd say my PC is my favorite because it combines some amazing benchmarks with a clean look.
I wanna get some more retro consoles too, and games for my snes.
Cool! I've upgraded to an iPhone 4- but what are your favourite SNES games?
Donkey Kong Country, Super Mario World, Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, and TLOZ: A link to the past (These also happen to be the only games I own lol). I also use a super game boy, which is a gameboy/gameboy color to Snes converter. It's larger than a normal SNES cartridge, and the internals are basically that of the gameboy but modified so the output is into the snes, and there's no screen.
This it what it looks like.
This is the Super Gameboy 2, which saw a Japan-only release for the Super Famicon. It included support for the Gameboy link cable, which was used for multiplayer before online play (which I assume you knew already) I wanna get this one too, even though its for the SFC. You can mod an american SNES to be able to play Japanese imports, so I plan on doing that.
Ok, here we go.
I use a Macbook Pro made in 2014. A Huawei H868C TracFone. A pair of iDea USA Atomicx noise cancelling headphones. A TI 85 calculator. And an automatic mechanical Fossil watch (does that count?).
Bagel, I have to ask, what games does your Nokia have? Snake and Space Impact? I used to have one of those.