Undoubtedly, Adamo XPS is one of the coolest laptops that has been created and if Dell designer’s had their way, it would’ve been much, much cooler than the present version. PC World got their mitts on the early prototypes of Adamo XPS that reveals designers’ somewhat crazy and not to forget, expensive ideas.
The prototype above has a 4-inch multi-touch LCD that functions as a trackpad and also as a secondary screen, pretty much like Fujitsu’s Lifebook N7010.
Another prototype created by them did not use the multi-touch LCD but instead integrated a no-moving capacitive keyboard.
Of course, both these features would’ve been nice inclusions but Dell decided against them plainly because Dell thought the 4-inch multi-touch LCD is not price worthy whereas the capacitive keyboard won’t be welcomed by many due to constant fingerprint smudging and lack of a real keyboard feeling.