UK Eagle-eyed Mac Owners...

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by capoditutti, Nov 22, 2007.

  1. capoditutti macrumors 6502

    capoditutti

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    Is the notebook featured by Intel in their current Core2Duo advert (the one with 2 processors talking about emailing each other) a mac of any sort - just thought i'd ask as it looks rather thin and silvery-like!

    CaPo
     
  2. G4DP macrumors 65816

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    Not 100% sure

    I also thought that because of the way the iSight camera is situated. Will pay more attention next time to see.
     
  3. capoditutti thread starter macrumors 6502

    capoditutti

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    I was just wondering if it was the new alu-macbook.. Are my eyes going bad or does the notebook in the ad have a dark/black keyboard?
     
  4. jnc macrumors 68020

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    Pffft. You guys. Not every white notebook is a Mac nowadays.
     
  5. Jaffa Cake macrumors Core

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    Yeah, I've just seen the ad and had a proper look, and it's definitely not a MacBook or MacBook Pro.

    I'm highly doubtful too that it's one of the rumoured alu-MacBooks, there's no way at all that Apple would allow one of its products to be featured pre-release like this, and I don't think Intel would want to feature a mac in their ads in any case – plus it has one of the little 'Intel Inside' stickers on the palm rest. ;)
     
  6. capoditutti thread starter macrumors 6502

    capoditutti

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    Thanks for the objective answer Jaffa Cake; as for you jnc - that is why i was asking - people ask questions in order to get answers. I saw a slim, sleek-looking aluminium intel-powered notebook on tv with no visible 'usual' corporate branding, and asked if anyone else thought it could be the new notebook. I didn't start a thread on the new alu-book in the intel advert, because i didnt know if it was or not. be real - i don't know everything; can you say the same about yourself?
     

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