Dell has announced the second laptop under its Adamo by Dell brand, which was introduced in March this year.
Its latest ultraportable, the Adamo XPS, is slimmer than its predecessor
. It will not only replace its elder sibling as the world’s thinnest notebook but also become the cheapest Adamo variant when it debuts with its $1800 price tag. The Adamo XPS is 9.9mm thick and features a 13.4-inch high-definition display, Intel Core 2 Duo (1.4 Ghz) ultra-low voltage processor, 4GB memory, and a full-size keyboard.
No Adamo announcement can be complete without pitting the upcoming Dell ultraportable against Apple’s MacBook Air , a rival that also serves as a yardstick. Both our contestants weigh just over 3 lbs. While the Adamo XPS is thinner of the two and features 4GB memory compared to the Air’s 2GB, Apple’s ultraportable boasts more power and a longer battery life. Dell plans to have the Adamo XPS ready for action in time for the holidays.
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