Putting another famous manufacturer's brand on top of a PC is something you see now and then. Ferrari and Acer have had their names together, but now it's the turn of another famous brand; Ducati motorcycles.
Toshiba have teamed up with Ducati to bring you their latest portable PC, the Toshiba-Ducati U500. The Core 2 Duo 8700 processor has 4 Gbytes of RAM and has a ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570 graphics card.
There's no price tag yet associated with the PC, nor an availability date, but if you want one, and got to ask the price, you can't afford it.
What's interesting is that general consumer brands are turning to brands like Ducati to co-brand their stuff. It means that motorcycles are mainstream, and that is a good thing.
Too bad the Ducati logo on the cover is blue on the PC, and not red... At least on the keyboard, the logo is red.
At the same time, Toshiba is launching a Ducati video camera. Not much is known about it, but it looks like a small, and handy video camera you can place in your pocket, and use to film your ride. I'll presume it's HD quality.