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

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is it true that an iBook shows up in a DELL ad?? A few people told me they swore they saw an ad for DELL with someone using an Apple iBook. Sounds funny to me! :p
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I haven't seen it or heard anything about it.
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I doubt dell would allow something like that, maybe an ibook wanna be made by dell copying from apple?
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Dell makes iBook lookalikes. Maybe thats what u saw in the advert. They look exactly like iBooks but are PCs with WinXP installed.
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so, a craptastic ibook wanna be made by dell?
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I did not personally see it but a guy i know told me he had gotten an ad and he swore the guy in the ad was using apple products in the DELL ad. maybe he is mistaken
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I guess its possible, I know the manager at the dell store, hes a mac user:mac:
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more clarification - i guess its an iBook and an Apple Mouse in the ad... does anyone have it???? i want to see it, the guy that saw it said he threw the ad away already.
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As I already mentioned in my post b4, its a Dell laptop. Its just an iBook lookalike. check this too:
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