Dell has agreed to a deal with Threadless, where it will make use of designs from the T-shirt company’s crowdsourced shirts for none other than cover art for its range of laptops, injecting a youthful and artistic enthusiasm into the mix of normally less stellar designs. In this agreement with Dell, Threadless will ofer 11 new designs which will be sold as laptop covers via the Dell Design Studio, where you can opt for one out of the 11 to appear on your Dell Studio laptop orInspiron Mini netbook, depending on which device you prefer to bring home. Stand out from the crowd with this new collaboration, because sticking stickers on your laptop is just not cool.
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