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Laptop design allows for colorful creativity

on Friday,March 18,2011 20:03

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The computer manufacturing company Dell has released a new series of its Inspiron laptops that allow users to change the color and design of the machine as much as they way. It is the first brand of computer to feature the SWITCH interchangeable lids, which were created by Design Studio.

There are more than 25 covers available now, and there will be more released soon. One picture of the item shows a red cover with an orange paisley design. Others are more simple in solid black or blue.

"Carefully selected from Dell Design Studio's curated collections, the contemporary art and graphic designs available from SWITCH by Design Studio offer exclusive selections from outstanding independent artists, designers and partners including OPI and Threadless and charitable partners...where a portion of proceeds benefit each organization, respectively."


The computers themselves are light-weight, starting at 4.94 pounds. The computers support Blu-ray 3D movie technology, and offer integrated Dell Stage software. There is also a webcam embedded in each machine.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, graphic designers held around 286,100 jobs in the United States in 2008. While some do freelance work, others are employed through major companies like Dell.

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