Still drooling over yesterday’s Adamo XPS pics? I am. But it could have been a very different machine. Early prototypes had LCD touchpads (similar to notebooks like Fujitsu’s N7010 and Sharp’s Mebius), and even a capacitive-touch keyboard. Take a look.
The Dell Adamo XPS is ridiculously thin, but now we have some idea of how it actually works. The notebook has a propped up keyboard which can only be opened by sliding a finger on the lid’s heat sensing strip.
What happens when Dell’s Adamo and XPS get set up on a date, have a few too many drinks and end up rocking the bed? The slimmer than Macbook Air, 9.99mm thin Dell Adamo XPS.