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Pink MacBook Pro concept with thin and light design sports plenty of USB-C ports

by Todd Haselton | March 30, 2016March 30, 2016 12:00 pm PST

Apple’s March event came and went without nary a mention of new MacBook computers. It was a bit strange, however, since the company hasn’t updated its MacBook in a year, its MacBook Air is due for at least a Retina display upgrade, and the MacBook Pro is starting to show its age (though, Intel still needs some time to release its latest chips.)

If you can’t wait until the actual release of those products, concept artist Martin Hajek recently crafted concepts for the new MacBook Pros that might help tide you over.

You’ll see Hajek used designs inspired by the thin and light MacBook for his reimagined 15-inch MacBook Pro. The larger laptop looks kind of hideous, given that the keyboard looks far too small with the huge aluminum bezels running all around it. Apple has used those side bezels to provide stereo speakers in the past, though that seems unlikely to happen again in the future. We’re not quite sure what the company will do with that extra space and, it seems, neither does Hajek. Also, note the three USB-C ports, which would definitely be required in a “Pro” machine.

Check out a closer look in the gallery above. Think Apple will release a pink MacBook Pro?.

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Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...

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