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Thursday, 23 July 2009 12:13

Dell slashes Adamo pricing

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Finally, $500 cheaper

Dell has
finally listened to some sane people in its sales team, and it has dropped the price of its Adamo ultra thin by about a quarter.

The cheaper SKU, powered by a 1.2GHz CPU, has dropped from $1,999 to $1,499, finally making it a serious alternative to Apple's MacBook Air or Lenovo's X301. The pricier 1.6GHz version is now $400 cheaper, and sells for $2,299, which is still quite a lot, all things considered.

We reviewed the Adamo a couple of months ago, and we liked just about everything about it, apart from its immense price tag. (And poor battery life. sub.ed.)

At $1,499, it's still no bargain, but at least it's looking a lot more sensible.
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