Wednesday, August 18, 2004

The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: "Hip-e" PC designed as digital hub for teens

The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: "Hip-e" PC designed as digital hub for teens "This isn't your typical, humdrum, slate-colored computer. Not only is the PC known as the "hip-e" almost all white, but its screen and keyboard are framed in fuzzy pink fur. Or a leopard-skin design. Or a graffiti-themed pattern.
Sure, it's outlandish, but you won't see the hip-e in an office cubicle. The creators of the $1,699 product claim it's the first PC specifically for teenagers."

$.07 says this product will soon join 3Com's Audrey on collectors' shelves...
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