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Just bought a new MacBook black latest revision and am wondering what the heck is with the edges as they are sharp , to the point of causing a lot of discomfort. I am wondering if I got a reject ? I mean my hands are tough as heck , I dont work with my tools anymore except around the house but my hands are still callused. I have big hands so when working the scroll pad they hang of the edge of the laptop and are just short of being cut. Normal ? I can't belive this is normal .
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Definitely not normal- take it back.
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Thanks Im gonna do just that .
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you are over reacting. all macbook have sharp edges when you get them. i have a white one and its the same way. once you start using it for a couple weeks it wears down and is very comfortable

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Could be true and I thank you for you opinion. I was annoyed by having spent $1700 and being uncomfortable using it.
You are exactly correct, it is all macbooks that have the sharp edge as the floor model had it as well when i returned. Glad none the less as I got a MBP instead and am much happier with it. No sharp edges on the MBP
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