Dell and Microsoft team up to offer Product (Red) PC and Notebooks to support the Global Fund to fight AIDS in Africa.
Dell will start selling three (Red) computer models including two notebooks and one desktop PC running Microsoft Windows Vista starting on January 31st.
Depending on the (Red) Product, the two companies will donate $50 or $80.
Founded by U2 singer Bono and Bobby Shriver the (Red) product initiative already has products offered by Apple, Motorola and others.
Microsoft said it expects "several hundred thousand" (Red) Dell PCs to be sold in 2008. The PCs, designed in part by Bono, will be wrapped in a distinctive red casing and the Windows interface will feature a red background and sidebar.
The Dell products offered under the (Red) brand will be a XPS One desktop and XPS M1330 and M1530 laptop computers. The products will sell for the same price as the non-(Red) branded computers offered by Dell.
Via Reuters. We are still trying to get photos of the new (Red) Dell computers.
See also the Joinred site.
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