Digital Storm Announces LaserMark Service

Do you like personalized items? Of course you do. Everybody does, whether it’s a personal monogram or your business’ logo. Digital Storm just launched a new called service called LaserMark, which allows you to get anything you want--text or picture--laser engraved on your desktop, workstation, or notebook.

Check out the video below to see how the engravings look. (Hint: It’s pretty sweet!)

The video says that you can “say anything”, so apparently there aren’t any restrictions on profanity, vulgarity, or disparaging remarks about others. (Be honest, those are the first things you thought of.)

The service will run you $49 for text or $99 for graphics, which is actually a good bargain if you’re the type to spend the extra cash to trick out your rig.

Digital Storm Debuts LaserMark Service

Fremont, Calif. - (October 20, 2011) – Digital Storm, the predominant name in computer system integration and engineering, today proudly debuts its new LaserMark service, allowing Digital Storm customers to customize their gaming computers, workstations and laptops. LaserMark produces exceptionally detailed designs that add a personalized touch to the industry’s most powerful machines.

To view Digital Storm’s LaserMark service in action, click on the link:

“Our LaserMark machine lets you completely personalize your new Digital Storm rig. We can mark your name, likeness, favorite game logo or character on the chassis; the possibilities are endless,” commented Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm’s Director of Product Development. “On the professional side, this service gives businesses the ability to feature the company’s logo on our systems, making for more impactful presentations.”

Digital Storm is offering its LaserMark service at the following pricing: $49 for text and $99 for graphics.

For additional information on Digital Storm’s LaserMark service, please contact Digital Storm Media Representative Brian Metcalf at or 305-576-1171 x11.

Via:  HH Mail
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