Thursday, 26 February 2009

New Dell laptop range - Adamo

I don't usually get interested in laptops or computers in an aesthetic way unless they're Apples because I think they tend to take the prize for the best looking bits of kit (even if they're horrendously pretentious and overpriced). Once in a while there comes along a really decent looking piece of hardware that shows someone has taken the Apple approach to design, that being that form need not be sacrificed for function.

Dell has started what can only be described as a pretentious and overbearing - it smacks of the nasty perfume ads that seem to grace the TV around the festive season. However in this case there seems to be some substance behind all the fluff.

The Adamo range is their new 'designer' range of laptops and netbooks the first of which that has been popping up all over the technology sites and blogs. The one pictured below is in my opinion quite stunning and has a sveltness to rival that of the MacBook Air. There is no word yet on its stats other than this model has a 13 inch monitor that has the same gloss finish that seems to be popping up all over the place with recent laptops. Unfortunately the end result of this is that they're a massive fingerprint magnet and in bright light they reflect more than your bathroom mirror. Still it's one very good looking piece of kit. They are currently set for release sometime in the second half of this year.
Photos via: Doobybrain

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