Dell Adamo 13 Specifications
- Display: 13.4″ TFT LCD
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Pixel Format: 1366×768 (?)
- CPU: 1.2GHz Core 2 Duo U9300
- RAM: 2GB
- HDD: 128GB SSD
- Optical: External DVD+/-RW or Blu-ray
- Connectivity: DisplayPort, WiFi BGN, Bluetooth 2.1, WWAN (optional), USB (3 with 1 USB/eSATA)
- OS: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium SP1, 64-bit
- Battery: Up to 5 hours
- Price: US$1999
Engadget: Dell has officially announced the first model in its Adamo line of ultra-sexy notebook PCs: Adamo 13. The 13 probably refers to the size of the display, which is 13.4″ and the Dell press release states that it is a 16:9 HD display. I’m guessing it’s 1366 x 768.Â As you may already know pictures of Adamo show an extremely well-designed and very thin notebook PC. Up until now the internal specs have not been known. Well, the wait is over and it is a bit of a let down. The CPU is a 1.2GHz Core 2 Duo U9300. Slow. RAM will be 2GB. Okay if you’ll be running 32-bit operating systems but the funny thing is that it will be loaded with Vista Home Premium SP1. The 64-bit version. Where’s the extra 2GB? The only thing that’s kind of worthy of the $1999 price is the 128GB SSD–I hope it’s the fast kind. Dell is touting that you can get Adamo by Dell branded color-matched peripherals. TUMI has jumped in with an exclusive line of bags too. Hmm… the Adamo is certainly a sexy notebook, but it’s not very powerful.
Update 2009.03.17 9:58AM PST: Want a little boost in performance and connectivity? Well for $2699 you can equip the Adamo 13 with a 1.4GHz CPU, 4GB RAM and a built-in 3G card. That’s $700 extra! A bit too rich for my taste, although I do like the styling.