Blackest black meet blackest Mac

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Colorware’s Stealth MacBook Pro is a top of the line 15″ model with a 256 HB solid state drive, a 3 GHz CPU and a custom matte display that’s not available in official models. But it’s the paint job that demands the $6,000 price tag: a zero gloss carbon black with a “soft luxuriant feel.”

Only a handful will be made, but that tag seems a couple of grand more than it should be, even with the specs maxed out. It’s also very cheesy that this very expensive paint job includes branding, even if it is in a discreet location.

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Update: Super headline by commenter Torchwood.

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9 Responses to Blackest black meet blackest Mac

  1. Torchwood says:

    Blackest black meet blackest mac.

    I apologize but I could not resist stringing the two posts together.

    T

  2. KanedaJones says:

    I know I am only the 6th poster but realy? nobody saw fit to mention a certain space ship meant to be flown into a sun?

    I must be getting old.

  3. Hiroaki says:

    If they were going to insist on branding it, they could have at least had the good sense to brand it as an Ono Sendai deck.

  4. Mister Moofoo says:

    Stealth, my ass. Fuligin.

  5. overunger says:

    Damn it, KANEDAJONES!! I was all over that! It’s totally what Hotblack Desiato would have as his personal laptop.

    There- I said it anyway— nyyahh.

  6. phisrow says:

    Is the branding any cheesier than the branding that stock units ship with?

  7. RicardoAV says:

    Yup, fuligin.

  8. Rob Beschizza says:

    Yes. It is the world “STEALTH” in a Eurostile-like font.

  9. A former race mechanic says:

    First the U2 iPod.

    Now….

    the Disaster Area MBP!

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