Tired of seeing other people have the exact same laptop that you do? Dude, you’re getting a Dell!
Well, if you want something factory customized, that is.
Dell has unveiled a new custom paint job sort of option for customers looking to buy a Studio 15 or Studio 17 laptop. While the Studios were always considered Dell’s more fashionable options when the line launched last summer, today the Studios went radical with the Design Studio customization option.
Shoppers can browse through 110 different designs that will grace the LCD display lids of Studio laptops. Some even have customizable art, as the “Series” options come with a slider where the user can change the color scheme or the amount of detail in the artwork.
Customized artwork isn’t as cheap as choosing a solid lid color. Getting a piece of art on your laptop lid will run you $85, whereas a solid color is $40. You can’t really put a price on being snazzy though.
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Dude, you’re getting a Dell!You should be stoned for using such ancient vulgarity.
sandmanwnYou should be stoned for using such ancient vulgarity.I thought the Dell Dude WAS stoned! Didn't he get arrested for it, even?Reply
Dude, my HP just kicked the bucket. Maybe I should get a Dell.Reply
.. crappy DV9000.
nothanks, I'll stick with my Lenovo.Reply
baby pink or blue for a girl,Reply
Black, white,or grey color for a guy.
what's up with all the other colors?
I want mine rainbow color, and don't tell me you don't have that!
Cameleon is fine too...
I have seen SOOOooooo many dead or dying HP DV9000, I don't see why HP isn't being sued to death.Reply
But I don't like Dell's keyboard! :(Reply
Aftermarket HP lid sticker companies, here I come!