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    scottwparker's Avatar
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    Does this mean I can change my white to black?
    With this link http://www.bestskinsever.com/servlet...2-Total/Detail can I change my white Macbook to black?
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    It wouldn't look authentic though. I like the way it is but it is just me

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    It's probably a clear skin that covers the Macbook to protect it.
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    Currently running OS X 10.10

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    Oh, shoot. Have you heard of anything where you can change the whole computers color, like the keys also. lol now that i'm typing it, it doesn't sound cheap/possible
    Galatians 5:1

    It is for Freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.

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    ColorwarePC.com, but they won't do the keyboard.
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    Currently running OS X 10.10

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    Sure you can, you can buy all the outer casing and move the internals to the black casing. A bit expensive not to mention voids your warranty. Sorry but there is nothing out there at I know of that will turn a white macbook black. but then again you could email Micheal Jackson he might know something. Like it was mention already the best skins ever are just basically a clear sticker that goes over the plastic of the macbook to protect it from scratches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottwparker View Post
    Oh, shoot. Have you heard of anything where you can change the whole computers color, like the keys also.
    Try this stuff:



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    keep it white! look at www.macstyles.com and check out the silver turntable design. it looks good on my white mb. and that link you posted only covers half of the trackpad area; at macstyles they cover the clicker and the perimeter of the keyboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by recycledair815 View Post
    keep it white! look at www.macstyles.com...
    Hmmm... you think those things make the Mac look better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretch View Post
    It's probably a clear skin that covers the Macbook to protect it.
    Bingo. I ordered this for my white Macbook. In the pic they just happen to apply it to a black one.

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    Yeah colorware is awesome, but super expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMATruman View Post
    Yeah colorware is awesome, but super expensive.
    I agree...I'd like to have a red white MB but the price...it's just unaffordable...does anyone know of a cheaper alternative?

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    no offense

    but white looks wayyyyyy better than the black one

    remember Space Odyssey 2001 and THX 1138?

    everything was white, curvy, and futuristic

    don't mess it up!

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    I've seen white ones after a lot of use, and those wrist rests look nasty. I'd go for black. Even without the dirty wrist rest problem, I'd for a black one.
    "Give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others"

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    How about a bit of both.... black and white...


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