Modern laptops are a work of mechanical beauty all by themselves, but with so many workstations to choose from these days, it’s hard to stand out in the crowd. Slapping a laptop sticker on your new system, however, is a relatively inexpensive way to give that notebook some personality.
We’ve compiled a list of the best laptop stickers (or decals, if you prefer) from Etsy to Amazon, so that you can add some flair to your machine.
The Sketchcase is a great example of form and function teaming up. Sketchcase essentially turns the unused space on the front lid of your laptop into a whiteboard. The scratch-proof material ensures the board stays in prime condition, so that you can write out ideas and sketches for years. It’s a great way to update your laptop’s look every so often, or just jot down your next great idea. Credit: Sketchcase
100 Sticker Pack From Amazon Best Selling Stickers
The holy grail of laptop stickers, according to Amazon shoppers, this pack features a robust mix of stickers of characters from popular television shows and viral-internet fame. The collection features plenty of tacky standouts such as a Little Psy of Gangnam Style fame, an overdosed Homer Simpson and poorly emulated brand logos, which makes us wonder about the licensing. But with 100 stickers to choose from, you’re bound to find something you like. Credit: Cool Stickers
With so many people owning the same laptop, it’s easy to accidentally pick up someone else’s system. What better way to prevent an unfortunate mixup than putting your name on your notebook? With the Name Sticker, you can put your name, nickname or even a single meaningful word on your notebook so you can easily find your laptop in a sea of clones. Customizable fonts and colors help show others how you like to express yourself. This decal also makes a great gift! Credit: DecalsbyADavis/Etsy
Stranger Things Sticker
Join the unyielding mass of people buying merchandise from the latest season of Stranger Things with this cute cartoon sticker from Redbubble. Encapsulating the main cast in one of the series's most pivotal scenes: Eleven standing front and center protecting the boys from danger. Credit: MrBr8side/RedBubble
Up-Inspired Sticker on Etsy for Apple MacBook
This may be one of the cleanest designs on the list: transforming the Apple logo into the bouquet of balloons carrying the iconic house from Disney’s Up. The only negative is the fact that only MacBook users can enjoy the sticker as it requires the Apple logo to make sense. Sorry Windows and Chromebook owners. Credit: CraftyStudioz/Etsy
Sea turtles, ocean waves and pineapples, the Nature Pack lets you declare your love of the beach. These cute stickers are a fun way to spruce up your laptop, and can help remind you to actually go outdoors and catch some rays. Credit: Saturdays Co.
The Office Sticker Pack
Make your laptop, like Dwight’s stapler, a Schrute. With The Office Sticker Pack, you can bring Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton Branch everywhere you go, thanks to this collection of stickers. All of your favorite characters are here, including Pam, Jim, Michael, Dwight and Prison Mike, the world’s toughest inmate. Credit: Air Essentials
Dog In Swim Goggles
Dogs make everything better. And a dog wearing swim goggles? That’s just awesome. The best-selling decal RedBubble is bound to make you fall in puppy love. Credit: Elisecv/RedBubble
Rep Your Hometown
You can take the person out of the city but you can’t take the city out of the person. See home everytime you take out your laptop with these stickers from Etsy-seller Bengalworks. The link leads to Bengalworks New York skyline; however, all you need to do is search the seller’s inventory to find your home city. Credit: BengalWorks/Etsy
The Best for Last: Your Own
RedBubble allows you to create your own stickers. Whether it’s a picture of your pet or this week’s hottest meme, you can slap whatever you can imagine on your laptop. As a bonus, when you upload your design during the creation process, you can place it on other available products, such as phone cases and shirts. Credit: RedBubble
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Hunter Fenollol is Laptop’s editorial intern, where he covers the latest industry news and products. With a public relations degree from Long Island University, Hunter worked as a publicity specialist for independent game companies prior to joining the team. When he’s not working, you can find Hunter blowing his paycheck on slot machines, babysitting his two little sisters or playing the latest video games.