Before you even think it, it's not April Fool's Day quite yet. Nevertheless, here's an extremely dodgy picture of the much-rumoured Apple Mac netbook. Apple news site 9to5Mac spotted a Russian magazine -- we're not kidding -- that printed what's almost certainly fake concept art for a MacBook mini.
What's amusing is that it's all very convincing, superficially, with an $899 (£630) price tag, a vague release date -- sometime this year -- and detailed specs that have some MacHeads drooling.
The MacBook mini purportedly offers a 10.4-inch, 1,280x768-pixel display with LED backlighting, an Nvidia MCP79 chipset, Intel Atom Z740 1.83GHz CPU with 1MB L2 cache, 2GB of DDR3-800 memory, an Nvidia GeForce 9400M GPU and a 64GB solid-state drive. Connectivity is handled by Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, a single USB 2.0 socket and a Mini Display Port, with a 5100mA lithium-ion battery powering the whole shebang.
Too good to be true? Mmhmm.