So it has happened. Dell, never a company known for its aesthetic sense, has released an ultrathin laptop to rival the famed Macbook Air. According to its rather long-winded movie, which can be found on the Dell Adamo website, Adamo means to fall in love with in Latin. If you did not know this before, you certainly will after watching the movie, which cant help mentioning the fact at least half a dozen times. Now all joking aside, am I the only person who seems to think that this is one truly ugly laptop? Under most ordinary circumstances, I never purchase a computer for its external beauty. So long as it is functional, whether it is pretty or not is generally irrelevant. But in this case, it just seems so extravagantly ugly... Does anyone else feel this way? Dell clearly designed the Adamo to be beautiful. Or at least, their idea of beautiful. But to me it just looks like a standard PC sub-notebook, boxy and plain, and with that extruding back-area, ugly too. Is it just me? Has my aesthetic taste gone haywire? Have I gone mad? What do all of you guys think? All thoughts of price and feature-set aside, and just from a purely design point of view, is the Adamo beautiful, and am I just blind?