Apple products are no longer few and far between. Sit in any coffee shop and a fair bit of them will be Macbook Pros. So it’s only fitting that your sense of individualism has significantly diminished as Apple’s market share has vastly increased.
Enter Colorware, a company that has long been outfitting a wide array of hardware in a vast color palette at an added cost. Entering their stable of products not more than a few weeks after launch is Apple’s latest Macbook Pro computers. You know, the ones replete with the second gen Intel core processors and the Thunderbolt interface. But, as always a Colorware Macbook Pro comes at a premium. A fully detailed machine, direct from Colorware, will run you $1,950 while a pre-purchased machine sent in will set you back $550. Both have a 2-3 week turn around time.