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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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look at this!
http://www.ebay.com.sg/viItem?ItemId=5725896645

IM HORRIFIED!!!
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I don't like the color buy at least the finish looks nice, you can get a lot of different colors at www.colorwarepc.com
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I have a friend that likes pink, so she would like it. As for me that would be hard on the eyes.

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I have a friend that likes pink, so she would like it. As for me that would be hard on the eyes.

AGREED!!! DAMM!!!
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But the same tone etc in a blue would be nice. not baby blue though, just a nice blue.

shame that the http://www.colorwarepc.com/ is US
If anyone knows of a place that offers same thing in Uk I'd love the URL
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Damn that pink one is horrible!
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I think the colorware iBooks would look nicer if they could replace the keyboard and touch-pad with something more, well, nicer looking. A black iBook with a white keyboard look lame...


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I agree, just changing the outside case doesn't look near as good as it could, especially for that much money. My girlfriend is absolutely in love with that pink one, though.
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IMO i think the other colours are sickening. They just do not match what will be on the screen and the whole aqua look. I think that apple was smart and chose a light silver colour, and a white colour for the iBooks. Maybe black would look good if the keyboard and touch pad where also black.

But that's just what i think
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I went to that colorware site and looked at the black iPod......amazing!
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I am in the process of painting my iBook, but I have taken the thing apart wrong or something, because the keyboard does not work on certain outer keys. I like the Yellow, but If I could, I would paint the interior black. Sort of to give it that Sony 'waterproof' walkman look.
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What are you painting it with?
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Wow, the black iBook and PowerBook (but especially the PowerBook, mostly due to its slenderness) look soooo cool! (drools)
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