With the Dell Adamo XPS about to hit store shelves it looks like Dell wants to keep their Dell Adamo Desire series in the running for at least a few sales. The Desire series has just announced some welcomed spec adjustments that should put a smile on the face of high end users.
The original Desire series announced in July featured a 1.4GHz CPU, 128GB SSD and sigh, Windows Vista. Now they’ll be equipped with a 2.1GHz Core 2 Duo SL9600 processor, 256GB Solid State Disc (SSD) and a welcomed 4GB RAM of the DDR3 sorts.
Dell will also be throwing in the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium and the best part, they’ll be keeping the original $2,299 found on the lower spec’d devices.
It’s a great deal, but honestly it just makes me want the Dell Adamo XPS even more with it’s .39 inches of thickness. Either way the new units are a welcomed and rather cheap edition considering what you’ll get for your money. [SlipperyBrick]