Notebooks used to come in black or gray, but Dell decided a good computer doesn't have to look so serious all the time. The company has added 120 more designs to its Dell Design Studio, which means now you have 200 ways to brighten up your lappy with fun, colorful art. The expanded collection gives you the option to personalize a new Studio 15 or Studio 17 notebook if you want more than just a solid color. Artwork is displayed in a virtual art gallery, and hand-picked by a curator who arranges the collection based on themes. Artists involved in this project include Deanne Cheuk, Maya Hayuk, Jason Holley, TWEEQIM (the design studio made up of husband and wife team miQ and Thuy3), Thailand native Korakrit Arunanondchai, Filth (the nom de guerre of designer and artist Lucas Irwin), painter Robert Hargrave, Peter Stevens, Keith Warner and OBVLN. Personally, I think it's about time some gave us a choice on what to put on our laptops, so kudos to Dell for taking the initiative here. So what do you think? Do you like the designs?
New and innovative design,Something different from others.I must keeping follow you.
I think its great if you’re sitting in the middle of a noisy class trying to listen to the teacher. Even the Internet diverts our focus to the periphery with blinking cursors, talking paper clips, and image-changing ads
Dell again rock with its new numbers of design and skins.
Its amazing, the company has added 120 more designs to its Dell Design Studio, which means now you have 200 ways to brighten up your lappy with fun, colorful art.
If you look again at Dell, their Vostro starts at 159 + VAT. This leaves a bit of room for a cheap screen (although not from Dell!) and possibly minor upgrades.