There's good news in the ongoing wars against AIDS and the mundane: Dell has unveiled three new 'Art House' laptop designs, all of which fall under the (Product) Red umbrella. Buy one, and you'll not only be the envy of your fashion-conscious friends, but you'll also be giving $20 to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, courtesy of Dell.
The scheme allows users to customise either Studio 15 or Studio 17 laptops with funky designs from four prominent artists. West African Joseph Amedokpo created the tribally inspired New World model; South African Siobhan Gunning contributed the Africa-centric Shine Within; while Bruce Mau has submitted the very abstract Healing Patterns.
Both the Studio 15 and Studio 17 start from less than £450 direct from Dell, including VAT and delivery, so there's really no excuse not to start looking cool, and doing some good in the process. You can find out more about the Global Fund for AIDS by clicking here, or read reviews of the Studio 15 and laptops here on CNET UK.