The Adamo, Dell’s answer to the MacBook Air, was finally unveiled today at CES 2009. Engadget took some nice photos and a video of the slim black machine, but they were not allowed to play around with it. No details on release dates or pricing either.
While that’s all nice and dandy, I am not envious. In fact, the newly announced Dell Mini 10 is more envy worthy to me. I’m am jealous of the Mini 10’s multitouch support, “edge-to-edge” 720p screen, “edge-to-edge” keyboard, and built-in TV tuner. According to Dell, it’ll be running on the same Atom Z530 processor that my Mini 9 is running on. No word on pricing, but I doubt it’ll be close to the price range of my Mini 9.
I guess I can find solace in that.