Dell Adamo XPS On Sale, Ships December 22nd

Posted: Nov 17 2009, 1:16pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:33pm CDT, in News | Holiday Gift Guide


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You can now order the new Dell Adamo XPS, which was officially unveiled earlier this month. The new Adamo XPS is ultra-thin at 9.99mm and is the coolest laptop available from Dell.
The pencil-thin Dell Adamo XPS weighs just over 3 pounds (depends on configuration) and measures 13.39 x 10.71 inches.
The Adamo XPS is priced starting at $1,799. If you configure an Adamo XPS now on the Dell site it says that the preliminary shipping date is December 22nd. This is cutting it very close to Christmas and it is not certain that it will make it under the tree in time.
At the price of $1,799 you get an Adamo XPS with Intel Core SU9400 (1.4GHz/800MHz FSB/3M L2 Cache), 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD and a 13.4 inch screen. You actually can not customize much inside the Adamo XPS, but can load up on external accessories.
Buy the Dell Adamo XPS now on Dell.

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