Dell officially announced its Adamo XPS, the latest addition to the company’s Adamo line, which is the world’s thinnest notebook PC, measuring 9.99mm or just four-tenths of an inch. With the swipe of a finger, the keyboard appears from under the display as the system is open. When opened, the body of the Adamo XPS is raised so the keyboard is angled to enhance cooling.
The Adamo XPS is boosted by Intel’s Core 2 Duo CULV processor, up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM, and 128GB SSD. It gets a 13.4-inch 720p WLED display, full-sized keyboard with aluminum keycaps; touchpad with gestures, replaceable battery and WiFi 802.11n connectivity. The notebook runs WIndows 7 64-bit OS. It starts at $1799.