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Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by DarkNetworks, Jan 6, 2007.
Is there any shops online that sell the Intel stickers? I know there are some on eBay.
I found this website, I don't think it's what you are looking for though.
But yeah, if I were you I'd just go to eBay. It's cheap!
But I bet shipping is too much.
just google/froogle Intel Stickers, or you could go to your school and rip them off
i personally dont like them...its kinda annoying apple keeps their machines so clean...i mean look at some stuff by hP and sony...you cant buy crap withouth having the entire machine covered in descriptions...
That's the main reason why I'm asking for alternatives. The shipping cost will be more than the sticker itself.
Is there any way to rip them off without actually damaging the sticker itself, I'll have to scout for Core 2 Duo machines which are pretty rare at my place.
Why would you want to ruin the classy look of a piece of Apple hardware with a cheap looking sticker? You should be proud your a mac user, not trying to imitate the look of a PC. (my opinion assuming you're attaching it to an Apple product)
I share the same view as you. It makes me laugh to go into someone's house and see there electronics covered with stickers. Don't people know that they are stickers and they can take them off. It's funny to see washers and dryers that still have the big yellow sticker on them.
You mean 'EnergiGuide' ? I still have that on my mini fridge and its been 2.5 years
The only thing that is more ugly than those stickers is the idea of having to steal them. It's like stealing a pair of old socks.
Haha, I like the analogy.
Intel will give you one if you provide them with some proof that you have an Intel-based machine.
Um, funny and al the rest of it but there on our side now...