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    Wasn't that a visor Prism in that Apple notebook add where the guys asks for a middle seat on an airplane?

    Was that a Graphite Visor in that Commercial for Oil (sp) of olay (it could of been another womens product)? I have only seen it once.
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    Yes it was.
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    Also, the PDA organizer floating around the new iBook in the Apple ads is a Visor.

    Despite the Blazer brouhaha, it sure looks to me like HandSpring is aligning themselves more with Apple than with Microsoft -- at least culturally.
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    The Apple ads can be viewed (with QuickTime, of course) at these links:

    http://www.apple.com/hardware/ads/ibook-universe.html
    http://www.apple.com/hardware/ads/ib...ddle_seat.html
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    Originally posted by Yorick
    The Apple ads can be viewed (with QuickTime, of course) at these links:

    http://www.apple.com/hardware/ads/ibook-universe.html
    http://www.apple.com/hardware/ads/ib...ddle_seat.html
    That middle seat one repeatedly crashed IE for some inexplicable reason.
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    The Prism's also in an Apple iBook print ad, which is in (likely among other places) the May 25 2001 issue of Entertainment Weekly.

    It also features the Canon digital Elph, the Rio MP3 player, Sony's new round Walkman and a Sony videocam I don't recognise.
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