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Dell 'tattoos' Studio notebooks

Five funky designs to choose from

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Dell has had a flash of artistic inspiration; five "bold and contemporary" designs were crafted by urban artist Mike 'Emperor' Ming and feature on the Studio 15 and Studio 17 laptops.

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Dell's 'Seaweed' (left) and 'Sea Sky' laptops

Users can choose between “Red Swirl”, “Seaweed”, “Sunburst”, “Bunch O Surfers” and “Sea Sky”.

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'Sunburst' (left) and 'Red Swirl' are also design options

Studio 15 laptops have a 15in display, whilst the Studio 17 line offers a larger 17in screen. Both models have up to a 2.6GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU and a maximum 4GB of memory.

Users also get a built-in web-cam, backlit keyboard and the option of a mercury-free LED display.

Dell’s Studio 15 laptops start at £323 ($601/€408) and the Studio 17 line starts at £408 ($760/€515). Both models are available online now.

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