Dell has joined the (PRODUCT)RED cause with original artwork on their Dell Studio 15 and 17 models, the XPS One 24 desktop, the V505W all-in-one printer, and the XPS M1330 and XPS M1530 laptops. The artwork has been done by Joseph Amedokpo, Siobhan Gunning and Bruce Mau, and the company claims that since it is permanently infused, it will help protect the devices. So if you are thinking of giving/getting one this holiday season, remember that Dell will contribute $20.00 to the Global Fund for every one sold.
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If you have wanted to buy a Dell XPS One (PRODUCT) Red PC and live in the U.S. but couldn’t afford it, we have a coupon code to take the $1,599.00 price tag and knock it down to $1,199.00. After selecting the XP One, enter ZX9J$$NJNS630C at checkout. The PC comes with an E4500 Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM, a 250GB hard drive, a CD/DVD burner, and a hybrid analog/digital TV tuner with remote control. It is also Bluetooth 2.0 capable and has a wireless keyboard and mouse included. By the way, $80.00 will still go to the Global Fund, which is equal to about 6 months of AIDS of treatment for one person in Africa.
Dell and Microsoft have teamed together and come up with (PRODUCT) RED items to help fight AIDS in Africa. The line includes:
- The XPS One that offers high def viewing for multimedia. At a price beginning at $1,599.00, $80.00 goes to the Global Fund.
- The ultra-thin (0.9-inch) XPS M1330 has a 13.3-inch display and an MSRP starting at $1,149.00 and $50.00 to the Global Fund.
- The 15.4-inch XPS M1530 has a built-in webcam and fingerprint reader with a price starting at $1,149.00, with $50.00 for the Global Fund.
- Dell’s 948 Printer is an all-in-one, and operates with or without computer connection. At a price of $149.00, $5.00 is given to the Global Fund.
There are lots of choices, lots of help for Africa.
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Yesterday the RED RAZR, today the RED iPod. If you caught Oprah this afternoon, you must have noticed her plug of the new iPod nano RED which made its debut at Chicago’s Apple Store. This Special Edition iPod joins its 4 GB brothers at a price of $200. Ten dollars (5%) of that will be re-donated to the Global Fund to help HIV/AIDS afflicted women and children in Africa. Apple has joined the ranks of Converse, GAP, Armani, and American Express in companies that are supporting RED. Bono has certainly been a busy guy of late and we hope he just keeps going until it is a RED world out there.
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