Don't You Touch My Blue Suede... Notebook
Intel and Toray Ultrasuede today unveiled an "ultrafashionable" concept laptop PC. It features ultra micro-fiber Ultrasuede fabric integrated directly into the casing of an Intel Centrino based machine.
The novelty is an answer to the results of a recent Intel/Ultrasuede Laptop Style Study that found that 73% of U.S. adult computer users would like to buy products that reflect their personal style, and 76 percent of those computer users who admit to glancing at someone else's laptop PC are checking out its style or design.
They have also found out that 40% of U.S. adult computer users find their laptop to be generic, boring, dull, sterile or lackluster, and 60 percent would like to be able to customize their laptop with options such as color, patterns and fabric.
Well, that's certainly not my opinion, since the performance is the only thing I crave. But anyway, the notebook looks good enough to use in every day life.
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