To paraphrase Sally Fields as she received an Oscar, Dell wants you to really, really love its new Adamo notebook. ("Adamo," in case you skipped school that day, is Latin for "to fall in love with" or "covet.")
Our colleagues at TechRepublic went a step further--they loved the Adamo to pieces. As part of their "cracking open" series of photo galleries, they worked in collaboration with iFixIt to take Dell's ultrathin new notebook apart piece by piece, with tender loving care, to show you just what makes it tick.
The upscale ($1,999) laptop includes, among other things, a 1.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, 2GB 800MHz DDR3 dual-channel memory, 128GB solid state drive, and 13.4-inch 16:9 WLED display.
And because Dell clearly had Apple's MacBook Air in mind as it brought the Adamo to market, TechRepublic also offers in the gallery some side-by-side comparisons of the Adamo and the Air.
You can see the step-by-step disassembly here: "Photos: Cracking open the Dell Adamo."
Once you've taken a look at how the machine was built, be sure to get a sense, too, of how it works, in CNET's review of the Dell Adamo.