Dell introduces Adamo
At long last – the Dell Adamo will finally be made available to the masses. I can safely say that this is the best looking Dell notebook to date, even though Dell has moved forward pretty much in terms of design over the years, nothing holds a candle to the Adamo once you lay your eyes on it. The Adamo is also the first product under the new Adamo by Dell brand, and it offers premium craftsmanship and design inspires new aesthetic across Dell family of products. In a marketing propaganda, Adamo by Dell was specially created to disrupt people’s perceptions of what personal computing is today. I guess Dell didn’t send me the memo as I personally don’t think personal computing is boring and backwards-looking in design at all. Ah well, enough nitpicking – let’s take a look at what this svelte new notebook offers.
Touted by Dell to be the world’s thinnest notebook, the Adamo will definitely have MacBook Air fans up in arms as their favorite notebook has just been usurped, of all things, not by one of their own, but a Windows-powered machine instead. Bitter rivalry aside, the Adamo (meaning “to fall in love” in Latin) will be the flagship model in a line of products that was developed to disrupt the personal computing space by merging new design aesthetics, personalization choices and sought-after technologies. The chassis itself is milled from a single piece of aluminum (sounds familiar here…), boasting precision detailing and a scalloped backlit keyboard. As for the display, you get a stunning high definition edge-to-edge glass display for all your entertainment needs, while it remains fully connected with a plethora of options including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and an optional integrated mobile broadband service. No hard drives here to keep the bulk level down, which means you will enjoy speedy response with its built-in solid state drive.
The Dell Adamo will come in Onyx and Pearl colors, accompanied by a broad range of complementary accessories. Prices start from $1,999 upwards.