Some new details popped up about the upcoming Dell Adamo notebook. The Adamo is veiled in secrecy but most sources confirm this may be world's thinnest notebook.
The Dell Adamo will compete against Apple's thin MacBook Air and according to Electronista the notebook may feature a DisplayPort and eSATA. The latter one will enable Dell to introduce several peripherals, like a 2x Blu-ray combo drive and 250GB/500GB SATA drives.
Other sources indicate the Adamo may be relatively affordable, with a price tag of around $1,500:
Beyond peripherals, the system is also said by claimed sources of TGDaily's to cost significantly less than the $3,000 target suggested in a leak just on Thursday. The quoted price is now characterized as an upper-range figure and that the actual starting cost will be closer to $1,500, or $300 less than Apple's base system. Specifications for this base system aren't available but should involve a low-voltage Core 2 Duo and may also bundle an external DVD burner.
Rumour has it that Dell will introduce Adamo at CES 2009, and that availability will follow in February.