Dell on Friday launched some eye-candy colors and graphic designs for it’s Dell Inspiron Mini collection of notebooks. The new colors and designs available on the Inspiron Mini 9 and Mini 12 in the U.S. and Canada include Cherry Red, Pretty Pink and three images by urban graffiti artist Tristan Eaton.
The graphic designs are named “The Muse”, “Stickers 1” and “Stickers 2”. “The Muse” displays female forms and patterns and was inspired by Vienna Secession and Art Nouveau artist Gustav Klimt. “Stickers 1” and “Stickers 2” are adaptation of the landscape of stickers normally seen beneath the bottom of a skateboard, the walls of CBGB’s or a lamppost in New York. “The Muse” and “Stickers 1” will be available in two color schemes.
Dell Inspiron Minis are small, easy-to-carry notebooks that can be tuned to fit all your specific needs and deeds. They are mostly targetted towards teens, tweens, travelers and the ones who surf the Web, chat with friends, blog, stream content, upload photos or enjoy online videos, music and games.