Among other top brands, choices are comparatively limited; the Samsung N-150 is available in six colors, the Acer Aspire One 532h comes in silver, blue, and red, and the Lenovo Thinkpad Edge offers two shades of black and one shade of red. The choices in many HP laptops and mini notebooks are limited to two colors only.
Options in Mac laptops are also scarce, however, there are a number of ways to apply color to your Macbook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air. If you want an inexpensive solution, you can buy decorative vinyl MacBook skins at macstyles.com, or check out the offerings of several other providers of laptop skinware . To add color with a layer of protection, Macally Bookshells offers imitation leather protective covers in black, brown, or red. At the pricey end, you can order a custom colored MacBook, Alienware M15X, or Dell Studio 15 from ColorWare. Current owners of any of these laptops can send them in to Colorware for a professional paint job. Applying different colors at this level of customization will add roughly $600.00 to any purchase.
If what is currently available is any indication, It seems that personalization in computer products will continue to grow with time. As of now, Dell is clearly leading the way in color and design options, although it may not be long before other brands begin to offer a comparable level of variety.