A couple new-thin laptops from Dell have shown up in FCC listings, found by the publication Wireless Goodness:
As can be seen in the diagrams above, the devices are barely thicker than an Ethernet port, strongly hinting at an Ultrabook offering from Dell. But despite the extreme thinness of the two devices, codenamed Dalmore 14 and Dalmore 15, they still have several ports — HDMI, Ethernet, multiple mini-Display Ports (?), and a few USB ports. In addition, a label on the devices that says “SATA Flash” implies the devices will use SSD storage. It can also be seen that the devices have angled corners similar to many recent Motorola devices, like the Xoom 2 tablets. From this design feature, it’s even more apparent that this is not a pre-existing Dell product.
We’ll see at CES 2012 whether or not this device shows up as one of Dell’s upcoming Ultrabooks.