RAZRs To Get Tattooed

Posted: Aug 28 2006, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:48pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

RAZRs To Get Tattooed
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When you talk about mid- and high-end mobile phones these days, it's tough not to mention the RAZR name, the line of products that made Motorola's mark on the map so explosive. With its popularity, the RAZR has become available in all sorts of different colors, even pink. But now, Motorola wants you to be able to customize you super sleek phone even more.

Motorola has teamed up with tattoo artist extraordinaire, Ami James, to create new versions of the RAZR that will have laser-etched images from James embedded onto the outside casing of the phone. Pictured is one of the examples, a white outline of a dragon completely encompassing a black RAZR.The veep of Motorola had this statement: it was "about last Christmastime when we saw the phenomenal success of the pink RAZR. It had really connected with consumers. People today are looking to make personal statements, with the clothes that they wear, the bars that they go to. And their phones have become a fashion item."

Motorola says the tattoo-style RAZRs will be available in time for the holiday season. Find RAZR Deals.

Via Sci Fi Tech

Report Published by: Mark Raby

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