I've had a longstanding gripe with companies that use Macs in their ads and photoshop layers on them to make them appear to work with a feature product. Usually, they also photoshop out the Apple logo as well.
Microsoft is notorious for doing this. The people that design their ads, all too often, just use stock photographs for advertisements. The reason they do is because PCs are ugly boxes. Macs have almost always had a certain design flare to them, even when they were just beige boxes themselves.
One advertisement, I remember for being a big blunder was for the launch of Windows XP. In this ad, a PowerMac 7600 was featured with an Apple 17" Monitor (no logos erased) - on the screen, was featured Windows XP. The most ironic thing about this ad was that Virtual PC, at the time, could not run XP, nor could it even run at all on a 7600.
The reason I'm entering this BLOG entry is because I found this:
This is just total laziness on the part of the Office Depot ad department and webmasters. Not only did they use a picture of a (two year old) iBook for this thumb drive, but they photoshopped a USB port right on the to the CD bay. They "reversed the picture" to hide the fact they did photoshop work. I don't think I've ever seen a CD bay open to the left of a laptop before.
If I caught that ... there would be a personnel change.
Here's a montage of pictures pulled from different Windows XP Intro Pics and videos: