Late to this one, as the poll shoulda been way up top. Anyway:
How many CPUs do you use at least once a week.
Treat 20 as 20+. (Count desktops, laptops, work desktops and laptops, cell phones, game consoles, tablets, raspberry pi or alike if you use it as a computer and not as an embedded device) (Count your digital watch if it is completely independent of the phone) (Count a server or NAS if you own it, but not if someone else does.) (Do not count your fridge, car, microwave, home assistant or other embedded device.)
For my use, I have a Dell XPS 8930 (or something like that) that I bought last December, and a MacBook Pro from 2015. For work, I have a Latitude 3390. I have a USB dock for that, with a KVM so I can share the nice big 32" monitor, keyboard, and mouse between the two machines. I also have an old Mac Mini (maybe 2011 or 2012) that is now running Ubuntu.
My wife has a Dell all in one that is a few years old, plus my old Macbook Pro.
Not to mention the iPad mini, a Samsung Tab, a Pixel, a Pixel 2 (both probably to be replaced with Pixel 4s) and miscellaneous “stuff”.
If I need to lab anything, I just spin up something in AWS or Azure (though for personal I might try Digital Ocean).
Hp envy 17” i7 GeForce 980 4k touch
Macbook pro 2010 13” touchbar
Surface pro i5 + pen + keyboard
Iphone xs max + iPhone 8plus + Apple Watch 5
Pc i7 GeForce 1060 X4 + 3 monitors setup
Computers tgat I don’t use:
Dell laptop pentium dual battery/cd/floppy with windows 98me
486 tower 2Mb ram 540Mb HDD with 15” crt LG
Pentium 133 tower
Pentium 4 with 4Gb ram 120g hdd
Galaxy note 10.1
Sony ericsson walkman series
Creative 128mb MP3 player
Almost used every OS but less of linux yet
In terms of desktops / laptops:
Mac Pro (Late 2013)
MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports)
Mac mini (2018)
A dedicated gaming rig running older hardware (Intel Core i7-4790)
Phone: Google Pixel 3 XL
I’ve got about ~24U worth of servers (from Atoms to Xeons), but most of these are lab boxes so they’re off unless I’m actively working on them.
Might as well throw some of my networking hardware too.