(PRWEB UK) 30 October 2012
To stand out from the crowd or just to have something different, tech savvy users are demanding more from laptop manufacturers. It’s not more speed or more disk space but more customisation on the outside that laptop consumers are wanting.
Whether it’s a pink laptop or a red laptop, users want a laptop in a colour that suites their lifestyle or mood. Pink laptops are now amongst the most popular colour choices. Laptop brands including Samsung, Asus, Sony and Acer have recognised this growing trend and now offer some pink in their laptop or netbook collections.
To address this growth area, Cheap Laptops Centre – the laptop comparison website, offers a dedicated section featuring the latest pink laptops and some of the best netbooks. For ease of use, users can view models from specific brands or if they prefer, can view all the available point laptops and then filter these using the price slider functionality and additional optional search criteria. Whilst there is a large range of coloured laptops, the same level of variety is not yet reflected in netbooks.
In a bid to offer great variety, Dell provides a number of its laptop models with the option to have switchable lids. These can be purchased in a range of colours separately to the laptop, with the lid fitting onto the top of the laptop, suiting whatever the mood of the user. With other brands the laptop colour cannot be changed.
Prices for pink netbooks start at under £400, whilst pink laptops start around £450. The Toshiba Satellite L655D-133 is a 15.6” pink laptop with a AMD Athlon II X2 processor and is priced at under £500 with free delivery.
Cheap Laptops Centre compares the latest laptops, tablets and netbook prices available in the UK from leading online retailers. More than just a comparison service, it also provides tips and user guides for those users who may need more advice or information before committing to a purchase