There was a time when if someone had told us that PC Magazine was holding a notebook computer giveaway for an Apple Mac, we probably would’ve stared at them while wondering what (and how much) they’d been drinking.
Well, times have certainly changed:
PC Magazine has announced their “Apple MacBook Pro Giveaway!“
Apple’s new MacBook Pro is ideal for creative professionals looking for a feature-rich system with plenty of screen real estate. The MacBook Pro is the lightest 17-inch notebook available! Features include an excellent software suite, an extra USB port and an iSight camera!
Apple MacBook Pro Sweepstakes Rules
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. To enter the sweepstakes, visit http://www.pcmag.com/survey/0,,surveyId=204,00.asp. A completed entry form must have your first and last name, e-mail address and telephone number (you must have a valid email address to participate in this sweepstakes). Entries must be received between November 15th, 2005 and 11:59 pm (Eastern Standard Time) on December 15th, 2006. Ziff Davis Media Inc. (“Ziff Davis” or “Sponsor”) assumes no responsibility for lost, misdirected or late entries or entries containing incorrect or incomplete information. Winners notified by e-mail must respond within seven (7) calendar days or an alternate winner will be chosen. Sponsor shall select the prize winners on or about December 19th, 2006 by random drawing from among all eligible entries received. Winners will be notified by e-mail or telephone. The only entries that will be considered eligible entries are entries received within the time frames described above that contain the required information. Odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received.
Full rules here.
Entry form here.
[UPDATE: 11:20pm EST: Capitulated to ye olde English lovers and changed “freezeth” to “frozen” in headline.]
PC Magazine Editor’s Choice: Apple Macbook Pro Core 2 Duo; best mainstream laptop – November 07, 2006
CNET: Apple MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo ‘provides great overall computing experience, at a premium price’ – November 03, 2006 (We dispute the “premium price” bit within the article)
Computerworld: Apple’s new MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo ‘one cool customer, fastest Apple laptop ever’ – November 02, 2006
Apple MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo dissection photos – October 30, 2006
Why MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo units are limited to 3 GB RAM – October 30, 2006
Apple redesigns, hides iSight indicator on MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo models – October 28, 2006
Apple does it again: New Macbook Pros much cheaper than Dell – October 25, 2006
Yager: New Apple MacBook Pro is ‘mobile landing pad for Leopard in plenty of time for Macworld Expo’ – October 24, 2006
Apple MacBook Pro notebooks go Intel Core 2 Duo; up to 39-percent faster – October 24, 2006