I already spoke a little about Dell Adamo on the day of its introduction, but now I bring you some more high quality photos of him, taken exclusively by reporter Brian Solis during CES 2009. In addition to showing in greater detail the overall design of the laptop, they also reveal that it will be available in a white version.
Apparently, the Adamo is thinner than the MacBook Air, in general: its thickness is unique, less than 1.93 cm from Apple's ultra-light notebook. The reason for this is that the external connectors are all on the back: Gigabit Ethernet, two USB ports, a DisplayPort and others.
The photos also prove that Dell is working on multiple prototypes of the first Adamo, in relation to the model presented at CES: one of them brings a new ultra-thin backlit keyboard, in which the light comes through the keys, instead of the its edges.
It is not yet known when Dell plans to officially launch Adamo. The official forecast is that it will still be available in the first half of 2009, despite rumors that there will be delays in the beginning of production, postponing this forecast to the second half.