After debuting at last September’s New York Fall Fashion Week, Vivienne Tam and Hewlett-Packard are unveiling the first laptop computer designed specifically for women…today!
The HP Mini Vivienne Tam Edition, which costs $700, is small,
lightweight and colorful. Its red and pink peony injected plastic print
exterior matches Tam’s spring clothing, and it will be sold at the
Vivienne Tam store in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood in the spring. The laptop weighs two pounds, has an
almost full-size keyboard (92%). It is available for preorder through HP, and will ship in
early December (hey, what a great Christmas gift idea!). A plain version in black, pink or silver will also be
available in November.
Other manufacturers are also
expected to come out with computers in this size and price range,
although they won’t necessarily be aimed at women.
measures 10.2 inches. A Web cam, wireless and a USB/USD card reader are
built in. The processor is the 1.6-gigahertz Intel Atom. The hard drive
is 60 gigabytes, and it comes with 1 gigabyte of memory. Users can
download Tam-designed wallpaper, screen savers and icons in the shape
of shoes and purses.
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