Dell Returns to Thin and Light Category
Dell already had a line of ultrathin laptops called the Adamo. It was poised to compete with MacBook Air. Due to depressingly low sales, the last model of the Adamo series, the Adamo XPS, was discontinued back in February. With Intel’s persistence to create the the ultrabook category, Dell is back with a vengeance and will try its hand again with the Ultr
In addition, Intel will be announcing the availability of the next-gen, 22-nanometer, Ivy Bridge processor that may power Ultrabooks this spring 2012. Dell’s possible Ultrabook would take advantage of Ivy Bridge’s USB 3.0 support and powerful graphics performance.
Dell has had interesting hardware designs such as the Inspiron Duo with a 360-degree, horizontally swiveling screen. Even the Adamo XPS is quite neat in design. I would be nice to see more innovative designs in the Ultrabook category,