Every now and then, Dell likes to come out with a brand new laptop that doesn’t just sport better specs but better artwork as its cover. The project is called [tag] Dell Art House [/tag], these special laptops are designed by artists who has the innovation and funk that will attract the younger market. This time is no different as they sought the help of [tag] Mike Ming [/tag] – a Brooklyn based artist to design their latest offering, the Dell 1525.
Honestly, I don’t have the slightest idea who Mike Ming is. So I Googled the artist and what came out are different artworks that are very impressive. I’m no artist but Mike Ming knows how to capture the imagination of his spectators.
On the design area, Dell 1525 comes in four designs with eight different colors. If you think the art work shows the artist’s creativity, check out some of their names: “Sea Sky” and “Bunch O Surfers”.
When it comes to specifications, Dell’s pretty generous with this laptop. It’s not an UMPC but its small enough to fit on anyone backpack. It has a 15.4″ screen and comes in [tag] Vista [/tag] as their OS. The cheapest version has the Home Basic Version while the rest is run by the Home Premium Edition.
Depending on your budget, [tag] Dell 1525 [/tag] should be able to give you a great experience for a laptop. For $499 you should be able to have [tag] Intel Celeron [/tag] as a processor with 1GB of memory and 80GB of hard drive. Bump the price $100 up and you’ll have 120GB of hard drive with Pentium Dual Core. Bump it even higher by another $100 and you’ll have 160GB of HD with 3GB of Memory. But if you wanted to have the ultimate edition, your $799 should get you 320GB of HD, 3GB of Memory and [tag] Intel Core 2 Duo [/tag] as a processor.