I have a Mac too.
A 2006 first-generation Intel MacBookPro, with a Core Duo CPU. Still works just fine, apart from the battery (2nd one died a couple of years back). Because Apple don't support 32-bit CPUs any more, I've installed Windows 10 on it as a trial, which works pretty well. I'm thinking of installing Linux Mint on it, as it's not really worth dropping nearly $200 on a Win licence for a 9-year-old laptop. Mostly used for web browsing by the missus.
HP N36L microserver running Ubuntu server
Home-built i5 desktop, just upgraded from Win8.1 to 10, mostly for gaming, but a bit of development work when I need some custom code for work.
Dell Ultrasharp 23" 1080p monitor, and a Samsung 22" screen usually as secondary, but it's currently doing double duty as screen for the microserver (on the rare occasions when I need one) & display for my old Q6600 desktop that I'm planning to sell after installing Win10 on.
Also have an old Dell d420 lappy, with some variant of Linux installed (most recently spent a couple of years running OpenELEC as a HTPC, but that role has been relegated to a MINIX Neo X8-H).
Tablet-wise, I think my Nexus 10 still performs quite well.
Mobile, I'm running a Nexus 4, which suffers from the lack of an SD slot for additional photo/video storage, but otherwise I quite like. Might replace it with the new 5" LG Nexus device due for release at the end of the year. Given the potential problems with lagging updates on non-Nexus Android devices, I hope to stay Nexus in the future. Missus has a Nexus 5 (which she hasn't broken for a whole year, unlike the previous four phones she had...), but the Nexus 6 was just too large for my tastes.