A list of current and past hardware that I have worked and played with. I used to use Gdgt for maintaining this information, but that turned out to be painful.
The most powerful graphics card of all time. Roar!
Running CUDA and PhysX on this.
Sounds tame and weak. But, perfect for home use for playing non-serious music or radio.
Sounds good and is very convenient to have around at home.
Does not autofocus correctly sometimes. Quite irritating.
Light and compact. Running Ubuntu on it.
Running CyanogenMod 10.1 on it and using it to read Pocket and comics. Perfect for the job!
Accurate, but also a bit tame to listen to.
The cheapest Nokia cellphone I could buy. Menus are too slow to use and the audio is weak. Do not buy!
I think this sounds the most enjoyable among all my headphones. A lot of the low frequency sounds also become audible with this.
My first DSLR. Small, light, compact and shoots like a dream. Only reason I gave it away was the few focus points (only 3) and the not-so-high ISO.
Most of my successful PhD research was done on this beast.
This used the G80 GPU and was the first GPU to support CUDA.