First revealed at CES in 2009, the Adamo boasted looks and portability to challenge Apple's 13-inch MacBook Air. Besides an eye-catchingly thin (0.65-inch) aluminum casing, it also offered fast storage via solid-state drives, ultra-power-efficient Intel Core 2 Duo processors, and a SIM card slot on the side of the notebook.
Not all is lost for fans of thin and light notebooks, though. Those looking for a no-compromise system that emphasizes on portability can look at Toshiba's well-regarded Portege R700 series, while Dell is also expected to launch a new Adamo-like system within the next six months under one of its existing consumer brands.
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