Other specs remain the same: an aluminum chassis weighing around 4 pounds in total and sporting a thickness of just 0.65 inches, a 13.4-inch LED-backlit screen with 1,366◊768 resolution, 6-cell non-removable battery, two USB ports (one with eSATA), Ethernet and DisplayPort, and the option for an internal broadband 3G modem.
Just last week we were mentioning that one of the biggest drawbacks with thin notebooks is their price tag, but Dellís Adamo 13 certainly gets a strong price advantage over the new 13-inch MacBook Air, which sells for $1300, while also offering beefier specs. If you want a really thin and sleek looking Windows 7 machine this seems like a solid bet.
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