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(Business Insider)   CNBC fails when it tries to be one of the cool hip kids   (businessinsider.com) divider line 4
    More: Fail, CNBC, Apple logo, brand management, netbooks, laptops  
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2012-11-28 01:28:56 PM
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No one but her thought these were Macs and there is no conspiracy theory. I don't even use a Mac and instantly knew they weren't Macs. It's a prop piece so everything looks right on TV and nothing more. I can't believe someone is getting paid to write this bullshiat..

I wonder what the comments look like.

So they deceive the audience in the products they use, in wonder what other deceptive tactics they deploy.... #doyourownhomework

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2012-11-28 08:30:29 PM
1 votes:
Heh, they put set lighting behind the facades? That's actually really clever. On one hand, the color choice sort of evokes Apple... but it matches the other part of the desk that's the exact same color and Apple hardly owns "aluminum colored," in the first place.

Why does anyone care?

/Seriously though, the lighting is a nice trick.
2012-11-28 03:45:01 PM
1 votes:
This may be the stupidest linked article I have ever seen on Fark
2012-11-28 03:09:03 PM
1 votes:
Oh yeah.. Silver laptops are AAALLL Macs. Yeah sure, right on.
 
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