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Karvt wood skins for new MB Unibody?


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I just picked up a new 4th gen. Macbook (Unibody 2.4). I'm a stickler for keeping stuff looking nice and I'm also a natural wood freak. I'm wanting to pick up a Karvt wood skin KARVT | ONLINE STORE MacBook Originals.

The problem is that I don't know whether their "13" Macbook Unibody" is the old aluminum version or if it's the new Polycarbonate versions like mine. Does anyone have one of these skins on a new Poly UB Macbook that can tell me how it fits?

I've emailed the company but I don't know how long it'll take to hear back from them and I'd like to hear some firsthand experience as well if possible.

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