Still, for $799 users get a pretty decent deal with a 1.4GHz Core Duo 2 SU9400, 2GB of DDR3 RAM and a 128GB SSD, as well as looks and portability to challenge Appleís 13-inch MacBook Air. The latter is a bit lighter at just under three pounds and features discrete Nvidia graphics rather than Intelís integrated solution, but Dell offers a slightly larger 13.4-inch display and a price thatís $500 lower. The latest cut certainly gives buyers an added reason to consider the Adamo.
Weíll be keeping an eye out for a system refresh now that Sandy Bridge is out. Dell hasnít made any announcements or given us any indication of such plans, but they certainly seem keen on clearing out the current Adamo inventory.