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 el 1 Sep 2008 por Alicia Rodríguez Mediavilla

Does your laptop go well with your shoes?

Laptop or designer bag? A good balance: laptop in the inside and bag on the outside

Bag or laptop?
Bag or laptop?
Bag or laptop? Laptop or bag? Laptop looking like a designer luxury bag
Laptop computers are not just about technology, it’s more and more a question of design. At Tulip they saw it clearly and they started marketing their Tulip Ego range, a collection of laptops that look like bags on the outside but they are actually portable computers.

Then Tulip became partners with Bentley, a luxury cars brand. And now we have Tulip Ego for Bentley. It’s a collection of portable computers (laptops), featuring both great high-tech IT equipment and finest, impeccable design.

With their second collection, Tulip introduces ten different outside finishes, various colours to perfectly match the lacquered inside of the computer; they even claim that the outside and inside combination is inspired by the most popular colours Bentley is using in their cars. They are also finished off with the bright Bentley logo and decorated with precious stones.

We don’t know how to describe the invention, cyber-bag maybe? The thing is that, if you look at the outside, it does look like a bag, but it is a computer; forget about searching the inside pockets for the nail file. Considering the price it could well be both things at the same time (none of them is selling for less than 12,000 euros).
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