First started looking into mobile game consoles, e.g: Nintendo Gameboy Original in 1994, and bought an HP Pocket PC & Sony Minidisc Walkman (MZ-R50), Nokia 6150 mobile phone, the 1st generation PlayStation one and the Nintendo N64 game consoles back in 1997.
In 1999 I bought a Sega Dreamcast and S.N.K NeoGeo Pocket, which would synchronize with the Dreamcast on some selected game titles like King Of The Fighters 94 etc.
In 2001 I built my first PC which was a Full on Multimedia gaming computer. The components I used was an Asus A7M266 Motherboard, a Leadtek Nvidia GeForce 3 Graphics Card, a Creative Soundblaster Platinum 5.1 Soundcard with breakout box and housed it in an E-Star 3310 styled PC Case. The Keyboard I used was a Microsoft Natural Keyboard and Intellimouse Explorer. I also bought a Motorola V70 mobile phone and a Sony VAIO NV109M Intel Pentium 4 Mobile Desktop Replacement Laptop & Sony MW-MS7 network Walkman. This plus my Digidesign Pro Tools Digital 002 production unit, M-audio Ozone 25 Key Midi USB controller, Ableton Live 2.0 , Native Instruments Traktor Digital DJ Studio, an Akai MPD16 USB percussion Pad Controller, a Compaq Ipaq 3660 Pocket PC and Siemens SL55 mobile phone that when connected to the Compaq via Infrared gave me Mobile internet access way back in 2003.
In 2005 I bought my first Apple Mac Book Pro, an iPod and a Motorola V3 which I upgraded to the V3i, this version of the phone had iTunes built into it.
In 2009 I bought my second Apple MacBook Pro and a Samsung i900 Omnia window pocket PC mobile phone. In 2010 I bought my first iPhone the 3G and upgraded to the iPhone 4 and an iPad 2. Now the year is 2017 and I currently own an Apple Watch Series 2, iPhone 7 Plus, a MacBook Retina, Beats by Dre Pill Plus & beats Solo 3 wireless overear headphones.
I’ve been a lover of gadgets since the late 90’s and now mostly focus on Electronic Music Production but sometimes Graphic design as well.
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