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You can either keep your MacBook factory fresh or get creative with decals. These eighteen awesome examples are definitely worth a second look, starting with the one and only War Machine. Click here to see them all.

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New iPod and iPhone knockoffs surface daily in China, but MacBook clones are a bit more rare. This one from manufacturer LeThink features dual batteries (good for 3.5-hours of use), "a 1.66GHz Intel Atom D510 CPU, GMA 3150 graphics, 1GB of RAM built-in," and NVIDIA ION 2 graphics. Available now in China, priced from $440. Click here for more pictures.

According to sources, looks like there's an OEM version for this white MacBook knockoff, with no brand and cheaper price tag.
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When you can't afford to give your best friend, family member a real MacBook, creating (or hiring someone to bake one) an edible version might be the next best thing. Click here to see six ultra geeky MacBook cakes.

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You can either get a case, shell, or one of these 12 geeky decals for your MacBook. Whatever you choose, the sky is the limit, when it comes to creativity. Click here to see them all.

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Apple officially unveils their refreshed MacBook. Featuring a 2.4-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory, 13.3-inch LED display, NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics, a 250GB SATA HDD, 10-hour battery, 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. Pricing starts at $999 ($950 education store). More information. Click here for first picture in gallery.

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Apple's new MacBook refresh has been leaked in a video uploaded by Tinhte. This upgrade "includes a faster 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor (up from 2.26GHz) and NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics with 256MB of DDR3 SDRAM (an update from the GeForce 9400M found in the current MacBook6,1)." Continue reading to watch.

These minor bumps aren't enough to warrant a model change, however, as we're still seeing "Model No: A1342" stamped on the box. Of course, this could be an elaborate hoax, but Tinhte has an impressive track record.
[via Engadget]

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Every good business card, needs a great holder to go with it. If you're an Apple fan, these MacBook cases should do the trick. They come in MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro varieties. Click here for first picture in gallery.

In addition to having an adorable little keyboard, a dock, and a menu bar, the screen is replaced by a compact mirror, so you can tousle your hair, adjust your makeup...
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So, you brought your MacBook to use as an iPad stand, while using the latter for its music-playing capabilities. Aside from the touchscreen and apps, the $1000+ MacBook should be more than enough for entertainment purposes, or so we think.

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Sure, it's just wishful thinking, but this designer even went through the trouble of creating an Apple Store page for the MacBook 3D. This laptop features an Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA graphics, and a stereoscopic iSight camera.Click here for first picture in gallery.

[via Yankodesign]

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No, Steve Ballmer didn't automatically pick up the MacBook and go into a furious rage when he was asked to sign a MacBook Pro for a fan. Surprisingly (or unsurprisingly), he smiles, grabs a pen, and calmly signs the laptop. Video after the break. Here's one possible scenario that didn't happen:

Steve would fly into a blind fury, grabbing the laptop and smashing it against a far wall with the force of ten men, laughing as the computer shattered and sparked out of existence.
[via Engadget]

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