I was just going to say the same thing! For a group of enthusiasts we seem to have a lot of old(er) equipment! Except for phones... most people seem to be rocking newer phones, although I suppose that's a fair reflection of the 2 year upgrade cycle the carriers offer.
In our house we have a shitload of Apple gear which has accumulated over the years. Most of it is still in daily use, some could be consolidated but when it's already there and working change seems like a lot of effort
In our house we have a couple of Early 2011 MacBook Airs, one for my Wife (with an upgraded 512GB SSD) and a 256GB one for my 10 year old Son.
I'm on an Early 2013 rMBP, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD which I see no reason to upgrade.
I have a 27" Thunderbolt display, although that's largely been commandeered by the 10 year old these days and I get to borrow it when I can get him off Minecraft and off my desk. There is also a Belkin Thunderbolt Dock and 24" Samsung screen in storage that we haven't used in a year since we moved house.
There is a 2010 and a 2012 Mac Mini running HTPC on our two TV's (Kodi) as well as OSX Server for caching and iTunes for playback vis the iOS remote app to the various AirPlay speakers around the house (although since Pandora came along we use that very little these days). There is an AppleTV Gen 3 on the main TV for Netflix and Hulu and I'm considering the new one and attempting Plex again... If Kodi comes to the new ATV I will be sold.
The three kids have iPod Touches of various vintages the newest being a 2012 5th gen, these are pure music machines and live on docks. They also have 2 x iPad Mini Gen 1 (which are starting to show their age a little) and my eldest inherited my Mini 2 with Retina after I realised I never used it.
My wife has also has a Mini 2 with Retina which she uses constantly, even more so than her new iPhone 6S... although she LOVES the camera, especially as an upgrade from the 5S camera. I have the iPhone 6 Plus and while I like the new 6S Plus I can't see enough added benefits to justify the cost of the upgrade.
Lastly my fridge has a iPad 3. This provides music in the kitchen through an AirPlay speaker as well as recipes, a timer and a digital photo frame, occasionally Netflix or live TV (thanks to an Elgato EyeTV Netstream).
About the only real upgrade I've seriously considered in recent times is a new machine for my Son since Minecraft seems to really stress out the old MacBook Air. Part of me wants to sell off the Thunderbolt Display and get an equivalent 27" Dell or Samsung instead so I could use it for PC's and older Macs as well (it's a damn shame Apple have limited such a glorious display to Apple machines only (and even then 2011+).
So yeah... more tech than normal humans need.