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One of the most buzzed-about new laptops of 2009 is Dell’s Adamo, a high-end, ultrathin 13-inch model that starts at $1,999 and shares a design sensibility with the MacBook Air and the HP Voodoo Envy 133.
After teasing the system at CES 2009, Dell formally announced its online availability starting March 17. At first glance, the Adamo, is a stark break from Dell’s recent laptop designs, built into an aluminum case with unibody construction, similar to the current MacBooks. The model we have is black (Dell calls it “onyx”) and a white “pearl” version is also available. The back of the lid and the keyboard tray are split between brushed metal and a fingerprint-attracting glossy finish.
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The Nokia 5800 Express Music is Nokia’s first foray into the touch screen market. We take a look at the 5800 and impart some A-grade info and opinions into whether Nokia has succeeded in creating a Touch Screen cell phone that is any good. The Express Music range is designed for tech savvy young people with not that much cash to blow, so it’s not that expensive but is it still worth the R4 500 asking price?
Nokia has been biding its time before releasing its first full touch screen cell phone. Well, now they have and I’m happy to say it’s rather nifty.