Dell had been showing its sleek and stylish Adamo since CES, building up expectations about the wannabe Macbook Air killer without but never revealed its actual specs. Today, Dell finally announced the notebook with full specs and price. We say its beauty with slow brains. It’s the 13.4-inch model and is the very first in the Adamo line. The base price starts from a hefty $1,999 that gives a 1.2GHz Core 2 Duo U9300 processor, Intel X4500 graphics chipset, 2GB RAM, 128GB SSD, HDMI/DVI/VGA/USB ports, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and optional mobile broadband.
On the design front, the laptop has awed us before and it still does. It has a unibody enclosure, edge-to-edge glass display, magnetic coverplate to hide Microsoft’s authenticity label amongst other design innovations.
The notebook can be pre-ordered from today while the shipping will start from 26 of this month.
In other Adamo related news, Dell is soon going to launch a 9-inch Adamo notebook along with a 22-inch Studio One AIO.