The new Dell is one sharp piece of work. With the advent of the latest LED backlighting technologies and the SSD, several companies are jumping on the "got to be the thinnest" bandwagon. IBM and Apple were in a war to see who could get the latest and greatest out first and at the best price. It was enevitable that others would follow suit soon and this is Dell's entry into the fray. If they have improved the "innards" as much as the cosmetics, it could be quite a laptop. The added benefit of going to the LED and SSD is improved reliability on top of the light weight very thin design. It certainly would not meet the "toughness" factor, but laptops in general are getting better (and cheaper!) and are rapidly becoming "throwaways" like cheap printers.
One CF-52, four CF-18's, 4.5 CF-28's, one CF-29, five CF-M34's, two CF-37's, one CF-P2 and two CF-P1's. There are also two Getac A320T's, one Fieldpac and two IBM Transnotes. Not to mention the AMD 5600 CPU with three monitors and several HP PDA's. Whew! Must quit buying...no, must have MORE! Then there are the weapons...
Ineptocracy: A system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.