Apple may have completely left the planet with its nebulous, spaced-out Leopard branding, but thankfully folk who favour the fake feline look can still rely on Sony, which today rolled out a leopard-skin print laptop - the special edition 'Spotted Life' Vaio FZ. The machine is part of what the Japanese giant calls its "Graphic …
says one sony exec to another... "If we can't run their brilliant new operating system, lets put a leopard skin print on our laptops too... that way when someone says leopard they'll immediately think sony"
I think the words in the board room that day were.
That Peta-Byte crack
Well its a bit wuff innit :p
Speaking as a furry, I wouldn't mind having a laptop with graphics like "Spotted Life" (although I would rather prefer tiger stripes, of course). Still, much like Dell's offerings of multi-coloured notebooks, anything that deviates from the realm of black-grey-white laptops is a nice thing to see.
Man, those things are ugly... The alleged leopard print does not really look realistic to me. The Caribbean whatever is the less bad, methinks -- but I wouldn't get one, thanks. Anyway, hard to see who would carry one of those leopards around -- the people I could visualize doing that are not usually seen with laptops...
Thinking again, it might be a good theft deterrent, who knows...
Zepto do something similar as a feature a couple of years ago?
You could even send them graphics of choice and they'd put it on the laptop for you - for a fee and a small Op' for thr Style gland removal for the user.
i notice they aren't offering on their site it recently...
seen the light methinks..
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