- Jan 12, 2005
Where would you prefer or accept the "intel inside" sticker on the upcoming Macs with Intel CPUs?
DeSnousa said:4. No sticker without a doubt. Besides i believe Apple wont call them intel but a new G range or new name. My thought's anyway because intel P4 and etc are marketed for pc's and the stickers are so you know what you have, like how windows have stickers. Not really sure, but time will tell. Its just its a year away
I hope you are kidding....you are right?AmigoMac said:Peeling the sticker off will void the warranty!
I hate peeling stickers off that leave a gooey residue!bartelby said:Doesn't matter does it?
Stickers peel off.
If I still had my laptop from my old job I would take a picture of it for you. We were not allowed to take the stickers off... including the Intel Inside sticker and various others.efoto said:So some of you keep stickers on your PC desktops and laptops!?
Hahaha, that about made my day for laughing....can anyone post pics of a laptop in use that still looks like it's on the BestBuy sales floor? I would woot.
I like where you're going with the whole NASCAR idea. Anyone know where I can get ATI, IBM, and Cambridge Silicon Radio stickers for my PowerBook?MacDawg said:I hate peeling stickers off that leave a gooey residue!
No stickers at all!
If they just *have to have* stickers to get the processor, put it on the box.
If it *has* to be on the computer, then it should be a static cling sticker of some kind that peels off with no residue, like the ones they use on your windshield to designate an oil change.
Hmmm we don't have PPC stickers do we?
None of the other components have stickers.
We aren't buying a NASCAR auto, its a computer!
Woof, Woof - Dawg
PS - Did I say NO STICKERS
Hell no! I just figure Intel will push for some acknowledgment, and figure the shipping box is a safe location. Looks "good" on the cart when they wheel your new Mac out to the register, but won't actually be seen once you take out the computer and set it up.mad jew said:To all those who voted on something other than option 4, are you saying you would prefer having an Intel sticker over not having an Intel sticker?
powermac666 said:Hell no! I just figure Intel will push for some acknowledgment, and figure the shipping box is a safe location. Looks "good" on the cart when they wheel your new Mac out to the register, but won't actually be seen once you take out the computer and set it up.