MBPr owners: isn't it the sexiest computers you've ever seen?

FatGuy007

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Apr 8, 2012
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Instead of those average "something rong with ma mbpr thread", I will talk about it.
The Macbook Air doesn't even defeat it, it's a slim design and perfect curves. The lines beneath the mac is a great final touch to it. It's a true masterpiece of engineering and architecture. Does anybody think the same?

Oh and please don't put posts of "did you mean this is the sexiest computer" and upload of a laptop with breasts. clever idea but not in this thread.
 

theSeb

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Aug 10, 2010
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It's a nice looking bit of kit and the best looking laptop that I've seen.

Sexy? I don't think inanimate objects can be sexy.
 

talmy

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Oct 26, 2009
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I don't have one, but I'd rather have a smart, PhD, brunette of a computer than a sexy, dumb blonde computer. :)
 

mzjin

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Oct 28, 2011
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Instead of those average "something rong with ma mbpr thread", I will talk about it.
The Macbook Air doesn't even defeat it, it's a slim design and perfect curves. The lines beneath the mac is a great final touch to it. It's a true masterpiece of engineering and architecture. Does anybody think the same?

Oh and please don't put posts of "did you mean this is the sexiest computer" and upload of a laptop with breasts. clever idea but not in this thread.
Well, it's a design from 2008? That's just thinner.
 

Brandon263

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Sep 12, 2009
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Beaumont, CA
Instead of those average "something rong with ma mbpr thread", I will talk about it.
The Macbook Air doesn't even defeat it, it's a slim design and perfect curves. The lines beneath the mac is a great final touch to it. It's a true masterpiece of engineering and architecture. Does anybody think the same?

Oh and please don't put posts of "did you mean this is the sexiest computer" and upload of a laptop with breasts. clever idea but not in this thread.
I'm not ashamed to admit that I am sexually attracted to my Retina MacBook Pro.
 

bogatyr

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Mar 13, 2012
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The design and style are no different than any other MacBook (Air or Pro). One of our engineers came up when I got my retina and asked where my new computer was. Previously I had a MBA 13. When I told him this was it, he was like... "What? It's the same thing!"
 

IGregory

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Aug 5, 2012
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I am new to Macs. The rMBPs are sleek, powerful and well designed. I like the one that I have.
 

gentlefury

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Jul 21, 2011
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The design and style are no different than any other MacBook (Air or Pro). One of our engineers came up when I got my retina and asked where my new computer was. Previously I had a MBA 13. When I told him this was it, he was like... "What? It's the same thing!"
An engineer that doesn't understand that computers are upgraded internally???
 

StefanYFC

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Jul 20, 2012
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Toronto, Canada
I'm inclined to agree. I'm the only one in my program with an rMBP and one of the only ones with a mac. People here prefer Windows laptops apparently, but everyone comments either on the design itself or the screen.

I find it to be very aesthetically pleasing.
 

terraphantm

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Jun 27, 2009
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The design and style are no different than any other MacBook (Air or Pro). One of our engineers came up when I got my retina and asked where my new computer was. Previously I had a MBA 13. When I told him this was it, he was like... "What? It's the same thing!"
Same here. Almost everyone I know (a couple of them engineers as well actually) thought I was still rocking my rev B MBA.
 

gbit

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Aug 20, 2012
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i have a picture of her in my wallet
and sometimes i even dream at night of her
 

Mrbobb

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Aug 27, 2012
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Whatever u do with your rMBP in the darkened drawn curtains of your single apartment we don't need to know. ;)

Do you always sanitize your hands before using it? Spend the weekend waxing it up?
 

nitromac

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Jul 29, 2012
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I actually like the thicker unibody design a bit more than the retina design. The thickness seems just right. Although I do like how the retina is lighter.
 
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WarrenFields

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I look at my MBPr everyday and say, "Wow this is the sexiest computer to be made ever!" :D