First Ever Romero Britto Laptop

"Renowned artist Romero Britto transforms an NVousPC notebook into his canvas."

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NVousPC Corporation is proud to announce a collaboration with International Pop Artist Romero Britto to create the first ever Britto PC. NVousPC worked with Britto to custom paint one of its 15.4" Ether notebooks with the vivid colors and imagery he is known for. The rendition of Britto's Mia's Jungle flows across the notebook's panels to create an intricate and unique design. The Britto PC is on display at the artist's gallery, Britto Central, located on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach through January 2008.

"We are honored to have an artist of Romero Britto's caliber use our notebook as his canvas" says Oscar Zapata, President and Co-Founder of NVousPC Corp. "His use of brilliant colors and uplifting designs have transformed our notebook into a piece of art."

NVousPC configured the notebook to match its artistic exterior. The Britto PC will feature an Intel Core 2 Duo T7600 (2.33 GHz) CPU, 160GB 2.5" SATA HDD, CD-RW / DVD-ROM combo drive and 2GB RAM (2 x 1GB, dual channel, 667MHz). Additionally, the notebook will feature Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate and NVousPC guarantees its machines with a 3-year warranty. The Britto PC's feature set makes the notebook a complete mobile entertainment package and is the perfect compliment to its unique appearance.

"I like to use bright colors and shapes to show the positive side of life," said renowned pop artist, Romero Britto. "This computer gives me another canvas to help spread my message of hope and happiness."

Wow, look at the laptops that we can get these days... some even look like they should be in an art musium. What do you think? Are laptops only for work and should look "professional" or can these arty notebooks take over? Please discuss on our forums.
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Most Recent Comments

27-11-2007, 08:41:31

Ham
I wish they'd sort out their naming system.

27-11-2007, 08:46:59

Mr. Smith

I wish they'd sort out their naming system.



I think they have, something weird like D9E for the new Enthusiast range, D9M for mainstream etc...

Whatever happened to the '50' for the refresh? 8850GTS or something

27-11-2007, 09:18:53

mrapoc
So getting a 8800gt for xmas, then using stepup in like february would be the way to go :D

27-11-2007, 09:50:50

Havok
I guess this makes it more likely for us to see a 8800GTX refresh before we catch wind of the fabled 9800GTX beast next year

28-11-2007, 05:47:24

tsinc80697
Cant wait for this card to come out, was going to buy a 8800GT but Im waiting for this now

28-11-2007, 06:00:14

Mr. Smith
Dec 11th... Looks like I'll have to pick one up if it's better than the GT until the GTX refresh comes out... Biggest regret in my computing life is not buying the GTX when it was released. Damn you people who said the GTS 640 was just as good OC'd - it wasn't at all lol.

28-11-2007, 06:05:43

tsinc80697
lol Im glad I sold my 640mb last week for £170, good price considering what people are getting the GT for, just waiting for the premium price to drop for them and the GTS to come out

28-11-2007, 06:10:11

Mr. Smith

lol Im glad I sold my 640mb last week for £170, good price considering what people are getting the GT for, just waiting for the premium price to drop for them and the GTS to come out



Yeah I sold my 640 as soon as the GT came out, got £200 which isn't bad. Roll on the next gen. I'm so close to starting a rant off topic. Stupid computers. Damn requirements. I'm a ray of sunshine today.

29-11-2007, 05:03:58

Yeungster
Anyone getting the feeling that one of the main reasons why this is being delayed is due to the number of people who have already backordered the 8800GT?

If they release the GTS now, think of all those cancellations!

29-11-2007, 17:49:43

WC Annihilus
Near as I knew, these were always set for December >.>

Nice to see more concrete specs though
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