Function meets form
Instant gratification. Limitless options. Constant change. Even for those who grew up without the Internet or cell phones (gasp), we can't through the day without either. The difference between people who remember the pre on-demand, mobile technology days and those with access to online chat rooms and text messaging from the age of 10, is that we're eternally grateful for the increased mobility while the others don't know of a world where payphones were used regularly and computers never left the desktop. But while we're tickled pink that we can take our computers anywhere and check our email in a coffee shop doesn't mean we don't like a little bling now and then.
For the technology generation, the new e-Go lifestyle notebooks by Tulip Computers may relieve boredom momentarily; for the rest of us, interchangeable designs for our laptops is just icing on the cake-a mobile computer with a leopard print cover? How cool is that? For the young (and the young at heart), you can even change the covers to whatever suits your fancy, whether it's funky retro designs or sleek wood or taunting black lace. These new notebook computers, which hit the U.S. market in early 2006, aren't just for looks. Featuring an AMD Turion 64 Processor, 1024Mb of memory, 100GB of disk space and internal wireless, this stylish notebook is the ultimate of form and function.
For LxM Amy Covington
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