So thin that you could use this to slice a cake.
By the looks of it, the Dell Adamo XPS will be the world's thinnest laptop whenever it makes its official debut (signs are pointing to sometime in November).
Of course, an early model made it out for a brief appearance to coincide with all the Windows 7 excitement. Yes, that touch-sensitive latch is there, but sadly it requires a power source to operate. If you’re out of battery and away from an outlet, you're not going to be opening it. Check out this hands-on video below:
Specs are unconfirmed, but happily the rumors are suggesting that it does not use the Intel Atom, but rather a ULV variant at 1.9 GHz with integrated X4500MHD graphics and 4GB of DDR3 RAM.