Dell Announces Studio Designs With 100 Options

Posted: Dec 3 2008, 7:07am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:05pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

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Dell has announced its new Design Studio exclusive for its Studio 15 and 17 laptop models. The studio offers more than 100 different creative and color options that make it easy for shoppers to see the design on the laptop they want and see it from all angles before ordering.

Adding artwork to one of the laptops adds $75 to the price of the machine. The art is permanently embedded in the lid of the laptop for durability. Studio artwork options are arranged in different categories including Dell's (PRODUCT)RED offerings, and works from artists Jason Bacon, Brittany Waldner, Derek Welch, and Guillaume Wolf join images by Joseph Amedokpo, Tristan Eaton, Siobhan Gunning, Bruce Mau, and Mike Ming.

“Dell.com is one of the world’s largest and certainly favorite online destinations for consumer electronics, and we are committed to delivering the technology and features that people value,” said Michael Tatelman, vice president, Dell global consumer sales and marketing. “Dell Design Studio is a convergence of art, discovery, creativity and culture allowing for complete self-expression with technology. We’ve commissioned amazing talent from around the globe to create beautiful artwork for the gallery and are delighted to share these unique artistic interpretations and expressions.”

Via Dell

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