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

MacBook Pro - it's here :) 17"


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Just opened up the box a few moments ago.

Wow! it's beautiful.

Now I just have to learn it.....

EDIT: Here is the first picture. I hope to get on with the illuminated keyboard tonight.

Thanks for being patient.


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Congrats! You are sure to love it!
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woot!!!
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Just opened up the box a few moments ago.

Wow! it's beautiful.
Ah, I remember that feeling very well. Congrats. Hope you enjoy it! :black:

Oh...and only pretty girls use Macs...
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This thread is nothing without pics...
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Congrats.! I am sure you will love it.
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Can you post some pictures?

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Haha. Every one clamoring for Mac p0rn. So desperate!
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I have the same computer, its really nice.

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Just opened up the box a few moments ago.

Wow! it's beautiful.

Now I just have to learn it.....

Just play with it for a week or so and and you will get the feel of it really quick...no pun intended
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Sorry for disapearing for a few days. It's been hectic around here. I will take some pictures and post them as soon as I can get WinXP sp2 to connect to the internet through parallels.

Win2k worked fine, but upgrading to XP sp2 went poop.
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This thread is nothing without pics...
You're not kidding. Its almost REQUIRED for a thread like this.
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Which mod ALLOWED this thread to be opened without pics?

If you liked this post, consider using the Reputation System.
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I tried to take one of the notebook open. But the glossy display + my zero knowledge of camera settings = poor pictures.

Sorry
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Wow! Very cool. Just curious why you chose to get a MBP now, when Apple will likely be coming out with upgraded processors for them shortly. I'm fighting a huge urge to purchase a 17" and would love to hear your thoughts.

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