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Wednesday, 18 March 2009 21:52

Dell apparently has a 9-inch Adamo in the works

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And a Studio One 22 all-in-one system



Dell has
spilled some beans on a couple of upcoming products on its own support page.

The outfit has just released the stylish and overpriced Adamo 13-incher, and apparently a 9-inch version is in the works as well. Sounds nice, we like the 13-inch Adamo, although we would like it a bit better if without the one in its $1,999 price tag. Hopefully the 9-inch model, if it ever shows up, will end up a bit more reasonably priced.

The same diagnostics page mentions the Studio One 22. This should be a fashionable all-in-one desktop, similar to the recently launched Studio One 19.

More here.

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