2 of us!
Suppose I could have used "Other" but there's still loads of permutations.2 Linux laptops, 3 windows laptops
1 ESX server with 3 virtual hosts.
1 MythTV box
1 Single Baord Computer MSM800
1 Asus Transformer
1 Apple I-Cac
1 spare phone with no sim for squeezebox.
6 x PCs (1 x Mac mini, 1 x Chromebook, 1 x Netbook, 3 x Windows Desktops)
2 x Android Smartphones
2 x Android Tablets
2 x NASs
2 x Printers
Yamaha A/V Receiver
If VMs count, then even more than that.
I had to buy a decent router because cheap ones kept falling over with the number of devices on the wifi
2 laptops, one desktop (plus my work laptop sometimes comes home)
Wifi printer on google cloud print
Bluray player with lovefilm streaming etc
Now TV box
Samknows/Ofcom speed connection tester
O2 joggler Atom based clock thing (now used as an internet-set clock)
There have been more but I tend to pack away the stuff I'm not using....
I have only had 4 Routers in 10+ Years.
Dabs Value Connexant - Which I got of a m8 , it was fine and solid ( no wifi ) for 6+ years.
Replaced that with a vastly over spec Cisco 1841 with ADSL Wic ( no wifi )
The a Cisco 877W Again vastly over spec wich actualy caused an issue for using upnp
So replaced that with A DrayTek 2830N. Which can't be faulted as it's still over spec for home use.
mac_shinobi (19th October 2013)
1 Surface RT
1 Macbook Air
4 laptops, 2 tablets, 6 pc's, 6 mobiles, a pi, Wii, 1ds, 3 kindles ... Think that's everything .. 24 odd devices.
Edited to point out that's 6 of us
4 Smart Phones
1 iPod Touch
So 26 in total between 4 of us.
Last edited by DMcGuigan; 19th October 2013 at 01:31 PM.
do you count stuff thats jammed in cupboards or not used?
humax hdr fox t2
so 12 just me
not in use
old laptop x 2
Tranquil PC Server (Xen VM host)
NUC Server (OpenStack host)
Router (an OpenWRT instance running on a MicroTik RouterBoard RB450)
Assorted Raspberry Pis
I guess that's an average of 3 each although, for some reason, my girlfriend has never shown much interest in either the Xen or OpenStack servers or any of the Raspberry Pis.
None - a power surge fried the router on Monday night!!!
16 between 2 people...
Internet Enabled devices is probably a better way of putting it than Internet Connected devices
For the 3 of us:
1 All in one
3 smart phones
1 iPod touch
3 dab radios
1 Sky HD box
1 xbox 360
1 Rasberry Pi
And that goes up when the eldest is home from university
Last edited by elsiegee40; 19th October 2013 at 04:41 PM.
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