With a chassis measuring just 0.76 inches at its crest and an innovative unibody design, AppleÂ’s MacBook Air broke ground in the high-end, ultra-slim, and super-refined laptop category at the beginning of 2008. Half a year later, HPÂ’s Voodoo unit took things a step further via the Envy, a carbon fiber-covered siren of a machine with high-end hardware featuresÂ—such as a touch pad that switches itself off whenever the user begins typingÂ—and a girth even less than that of AppleÂ’s couture machine. And now DellÂ’s Adamo has claimed the coveted Â“Svelte BeltÂ” for itself. Measuring a mere 0.65 inches at its portliest point, the system sports fine glass accents and brushed aluminum lines that will drive most tech fetishists mad with desire. It doesnÂ’t offer much in the way of functional innovationÂ—save perhaps its surprisingly agile, low-voltage processorÂ—but the AdamoÂ’s unabashed and undeniable sexiness ought to be enough to pique the curiosity of even the most jaded gadget aficionado.