Hello Kitty, has for a long time been one of the most alluring and popular fictional characters that has captured the hearts and minds of millions across the globe, both kids and adults alike. Now, for this year’s shopping season, a prominent name in the Japanese computer hardware industry, Mouse Computer has come out with an extremely charming Christmas gift, in the form of the all new Love Book S. Designed and developed to not only provide work as a state of the art laptop, but to also spread joy during this festive season, the LuvBook S has taken both the definition of a laptop and luxury to new heights. Introduced in the year 1974, Hello Kitty has been quite instrumental over the last three decades, when it comes to kids, entertainment and branding, as this cute little kitten has amassed a huge fanbase. The popularity of Hello Kitchen has spawned a variety of related products such as the Hello Kitty playing cards, bracelet and even a lovely doll.
The all new marvelous LuvBook S features an outer body that has been designed by none other than the master of crystal applications, Swarovski, while the company has made use of a staggering 1,100 Swarovski crystals to create the Hello Kitty and the heart that she is seen in on the lid of the laptop. On the technical side of the equation, the LuvBook S features an 11.1 inch LCD display, providing a maximum of 1,366×7868 resolution. This charming yet cutting edge laptop is powered by an Intel Core i3 2.20GHz processor and Mouse Computer has given the LuvBook S with an impressive 4GB of RAM. Furthermore, the Hello Kitty laptop runs on Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium-64Bit and even boasts of Bluetooth 3.0, as well as wifi connectivity. Among other features, the LuvBook S comes with a 1.3MP webcam, a USB 3.0 slot, USB 2.0 slots and even an HDMI port. Even with such stunning specifications, the icing on this tech cake has to be the Swarovski crystal decoration that has made its way into a number of creations, including luxury water bottles and even a Swarovski studded camera.
Via Tech Crunch