Alex Gruzen, a senior vice president in Dell's consumer product group, would not say approximately how much the new machine would cost either, but emphasized that it would be a high-end “no compromise” laptop. Looking at some images posted by Engadget we can also tell there are three USB ports, an Ethernet socket and an eSATA jack, plus a really slick power adapter with a removable plug for international use.
Sadly, there is not much to be said at this point, only that Adamo is seriously thin and confirms Dell's goal to outmatch the MacBook Air – whether or not they succeed in that regard remains to be seen.
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