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File:MacBook Air.png

Note: Looks best when used at a fairly low res!

An image of a MacBook Air, plain and simple.

Based off en::Image:MacBook Air 1.jpg, which was released on Flickr under a CC Attribution license. So,

THIS IMAGE IS A DERIVATIVE WORK OF ONE BY TIM MALABUYO. SEE HIS FLICKR PAGE.

Now that that's out of the way, since there is no "ShareAlike" requirement, I release this under my CC License of choice, Attribution ShareAlike 3.0.

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Original upload history

This file was originally uploaded at en.wikipedia as MacBook Air.png, before it was transfered to Commons.

Upload date User Bytes Dimensions Comment
2008-02-04 22:42:02 Aido2002 1254883 1272×1012 Reverted to version as of 21:40, 17 January 2008
2008-02-04 22:39:40 Aido2002 2873745 0×0 Okay, fixed the issues. This is a useable version.
2008-01-17 21:40:07 Aido2002 1254883 1272×1012 fixed contrast and brightness
2008-01-17 04:27:30 Aido2002 1201678 1272×1012 couple of edits, added gloss effect
2008-01-17 04:12:20 Aido2002 1204935 1272×1012 An image of a MacBook Air, plain and simple. Based off [[:Image:MacBook Air 1.jpg]], which was released on Flickr under a CC Attribution license. So, THIS IMAGE IS A DERIVATIVE WORK OF ONE BY TIM MALABUYO. SEE [http:[email protected]
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