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Dell pipelines Adamo netbook?

Support app points to 9in version

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A smaller version of Dell’s swish Adamo designer laptop could be in the works, according to one of the firm’s own support documents.

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Is a 9in Adamo is the works at Dell's HQ?
Image courtesy Engadget

Adamo was officially launched yesterday as a 13.4in laptop, but a screen grab of what’s said to be a Dell support utility for the PC giant's Wireless 5530 card has since emerged that mentions an “Adamo 9”.

You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to work out that if “Adamo 9” is mentioned beside “Adamo 13”, then there’s a pretty good chance that a 9in Adamo laptop is in the works.

Dell Adamo 13

Adamo: 13in now, 9in soon?

It’s also worth noting that the image refers to a “Studio One 22”, which has led many folk to believe that Dell’s also preparing a 22in model for its all-in-one PC range. The PC assembler launched a 19in Studio One only last week.

We’ll bring you more news as we have it. ®

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