Ok, now I'm feeling inspired. On some of these, I'm unclear how many microbrocessors are in the box. Desktop (Phenom II), Former desktop (Dual Opteron), Former former desktop (K6), Former^3 desktop (486) Fileserver (Via nano), Former fileserver (Via C3), Former^2 fileserver (PPro, why do I still have this?) Fanless HTPC with X-Fi, I'll count that as 2 Laptop Axim PocketPC, Casio PocketPC, Palm III Lyra II (shooting practice anyone?) 3x Gameboy Advance (z80 and ARM7 each), Nintendo DS (ARM7 and ARM9), PSP NES, SNES, n64, Gamecube, Wii, Sega Saturn (2x SH-2, VDP-1, VDP-2, geometery DSP, 68EC000, FH1 DSP, SH-1, MCU, who designed this thing??), Dreamcast, Playstation(R3000, Geometry, Decompression engine), PS2 (confusing, at least 3), PS3 DSL router, wireless router TV probably has one Bread machine There's a shelf of my bookshelf with CPUs I have collected (8088, Cyrix 2, 4x Pentium Pro, K6-2, Xeon DP, Athlon X2, Pentium 4, Pentium D, R5000, R10000)
...and a sliderule.
What is that? 64?
I am surprised how un-modern my kitchen is. The fridge and oven are both mechanical, the microwave has a dial for time and temperature, and the dishwasher control uses relays (!!!, hey, it still works).