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The Ultimate Windows Vista Computer Design

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Lounge' started by OldDarkstarAccount, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. OldDarkstarAccount

    OldDarkstarAccount Senior Member Webmaster

    Fest your eyes on the Ultimate Windows Vista computer design concept. The image included on the left, as well as the ones at the bottom of this article are a part of the Carbon Design Group’s portfolio. The machine you are able to see was designed to tailor fit Windows Vista, Microsoft’s latest operating system. The concept is a direct result of the Redmond company's Industrial Design Toolkit, a resource shipped before the January 2007 launch of Vista to computer designers. There’s no doubt that Microsoft stole a play from Apple's playbook and attempted to
    convince the OEM environment to create a fusion between their hardware design and the visual style of Windows Vista.

    "With the launch of Windows Vista, Microsoft embarked on a never-been-tried-before initiative that spanned the entire hardware industry and attempted to bring the hardware and software design and development closer together than ever before. The design strategy was communicated in an Industrial Design Toolkit, which contained all the design components and specifications to create tangible visual representations of the colors, materials, fonts...


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