When it debuted at CES 2009, the 0.65” Dell Adamo 13 gave the notebook world a Windows equivalent to the MacBook Air. With the ultrathin body, the brushed aluminum unibody, and Apple-like attention to detail, the Adamo was truly stunning to behold. The drawback was pricing, which started at $1999 for lackluster specifications. Fast forward to today and you can pick up an Adamo for $999, making it far more palatable. At half the original price and with some of the sleekest aesthetics we've seen, the Adamo is definitely worth a closer look. But even at just under a grand, the Adamo comes in at a higher price than most of it's CULV competitors. Do the standard solid state disk and high feature, high...

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