Since January, when photos and details about Adamo were leaked, Dell did not talk about its new machine that intends to hit head on with Apple's MacBook Air. The notebook was finally made official by the company today, which characterizes it as ?the thinnest laptop in the world?, only 16.39mm thick. It weighs about 1.8 kg.
The Adamo comes with a 13.4 inch (16: 9) widescreen LED screen (with 1366 × 768 pixel resolution), 1.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1 webcam, 3 megapixel, integrated Intel X4500 graphics card and a battery with an average autonomy of five hours. Your operating system will be the 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium.
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Like Air, Adamo will not come with an optical drive but will have an optional external accessory, both for DVDs and for Blu-rays. In terms of connectivity, it offers Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, two USB 2.0 ports, a USB / eSATA port, a DisplayPort and an Ethernet. In the United States, consumers will still be able to opt for a built-in 3G mobile broadband card from AT&T.
The Dell Adamo will hit the market on the 26th and is already available for pre-purchase in 24 countries (including Brazil) for US $ 2,000 in its basic version.