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Pink Apple Laptop

Updated on May 19, 2009

Doesn’t the Apple Look Sexy in Pink?

After the release of the movie Leally Blonde, the pink laptop became all the rage. However, at first, Apple - manufacturers of the Mac, the laptop featured in the film - didn't want to play ball, so people were left having to get the Mac custom painted. Today though you can now pick up a pink Apple laptop in almost any computer store, along with scores of sexy looking pink laptop accessories.

People were becoming tired of seeing the same old black whites and grays that the laptops were made in. It did not allow one to fully express themselves. However, those days have long since been gone and today you can find sleeker, sexier and more powerful laptops then ever before.

It too Apple some time to get around to making their laptops pink. After all, they had the pink iPod for quite some time already. When combined with the color options of digital cameras and cell phones, now that the pink Mac is finally available, the women are going nuts over them and making sure they are properly color coordinated with regards to all of their electronic accessories.

The pink Apples are about one’s individuality and their right to freely express themselves no matter where they are. I say “one” because the pink Apple is also being bought by guys too because when it comes to pink laptops there are many shades available that are not exactly the traditional pink color that would come to mind.

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Pink Apple Laptops - The Newest Way to Jazz Up Your Computer

This laptop is stylish, it is sexy, it is cute and most of all it is very trendy. Don't think for a moment though, that just because these are laptops in pink that they are lacking in the features department, because you would be quickly proven wrong. These laptops are all state of the art and top of the line when it comes to performance.

Never again will you have to settle with another plain and boring looking monochromatic laptop. Now that you have the choices of different colors, the only real question that you should be asking yourself is, “What could possibly come next?” You may find that in no time there will be multi-toned color schemes and even brushed or polished aluminum accenting much like there is with cell phones already. Furthermore, it is only a matter of time before you will start seeing patterns as well.

Of course you also cannot allow yourself to be just another follower when it comes to this trend so make sure that you are the very first person within your circle of friends, at your office or even in you classes to own a sexy pink Mac.


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