Engadget has dug up the full skinny, unveiling plans to pack the machine with Windows XP, as well as HSPA and GPS. That means it'll be very much top of the netbook pile, undoubtedly with a price to match.
There's no word on when we can expect the Adamo 9, but with the first model out, you can bet the floodgates are about to well and truly open. What this means for the likes of the Sony Vaio P series or the much–hyped Apple touchscreen netbook remains to be seen.
You can read up on the slick new Dell Adamo now. And remember to stay put for our hands–on and first impressions too.