It's Fashion Week here in New York City, and in honor of the event, HP has introduced a second version of its Vivienne Tam Mini 100 netbook, clad in butterflies.
Tam, a fashion designer, is known for her strong use of color and pattern. The previous version was clad in a large red flower.
Inside, you'll find a 10-inch display, Intel Atom processor otherwise typical netbook hardware specs.
While there's no price listed on the new Tam netbook, the previous version set a fashionable buyer back $699 -- $300 more than the same netbook, sans design.
The question, of course: is it really what women want?
[via Chip Chick]