Introducing Dell™ Streak 7. Share photos, videos and movies together. It’s small enough to carry around, big enough to gather around.
- Android™ 2.2-based tablet with over-the-air upgrade capability for future OS releases
- Vibrant 7-inch, multitouch display with full Adobe® Flash 10.1
- 1.3 MP front-facing camera for face-to-face chats on popular services such as Qik or Skype
- 16 GB of internal storage, plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and built-in GPS
- Connect on your terms. Save with 2-year contract or flexibility with prepaid pay-as-you-go plans
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1. Dell Streak 7 Review by Engadget
Let’s be honest, the original Dell Streak had a bit of an identity crisis. The 5-inch device wasn’t sure if it belonged in the tablet or smartphone world, and ultimately it was targeted at a pretty niche user. But its larger brother, the Streak 7, is more self-aware. It’s a honest-to-goodness tablet meant for doing all those tablet-y things — surfing the web, reading e-books, watching video and more. Sure, the Streak 7 may just look like an enlarged version of the 5-inch version, but they differ in more than just screen size: the 7 packs a powerful 1GHz dual-core Tegra T20 processor, 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, 5 megapixel lens on the rear, T-Mobile “4G” HSPA+ connectivity, and 16GB of internal memory. The tablet runs Android 2.2 with Dell’s Stage UI for now, but Dell promises an upgrade to Honeycomb once it’s ready. It sounds like one of the more well-rounded 7-inch tablets on the market right now and at just $200 on contract at T-Mobile (it’s $450 without), it’s actually quite well priced. However, there are quite a few things that are going to keep 7-inch tablet seekers from forking over the cash.
2. Dell Streak 7 by Cnet
The Streak 7 is the tablet we’ve been waiting for Dell to make. It’s a device that’s worthy of the company. It couples solid, refined hardware with a creative spin on Android 2.2. Granted, we’ve seen similar 7-inch Android tablets come and go, but this time around Dell is raising the stakes by making the first 4G-compatible tablet (courtesy of T-Mobile), priced at a tantalizing $199 with a two-year contract ($450 without).
3. Dell Streak 7 Tablet Review by Reviewed.com
With Android finally here it was only a matter of time before the first android tablets arrived. The Dell Streak 7 Tablet Review is about the first Dell Android Tablet. The Dell Streak 7 is one of those products that just give you goose bumps when you first look at it. Its a 7 inch android based tablet and it looks a bit like something from a futuristic movie. It will become available main stream in the next couple of weeks.
- Android™ 2.2 (Froyo) with Over the Air Upgrade Capability
- nVidia Tegra T20 – Dual Core @ 1 GHz
- T-Mobile: HSPA + @ 2100/1900/AWS/850
- 7” WVGA 800×480 Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen with Corning Gorilla Glass
- Front: 1.3MP Fixed Focus
- Rear: 5MP Auto Focus with Flash
- H.263/H.264, 3GP, MPEG4, WMV
Audio and Speakers
- MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR, MIDI, WAV
- Email, IM and Video Chat on all models
- SMS & MMS on 3G models only
- Full HTML WebKit browser, Adobe Flash 10.1 (Froyo)
- 16GB of Internal Storage with support for up to 32GB additional storage using the user accessible SD, MMC, SDHC memory card slot
- Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
- Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
- 199.9 x 119.8 x 12.4 mm
Advertised System Weight
- 450 g
- 2780 mAh
- Dell Stage 1.0, Onboard GPS, 16×9 Landscape Tablet with 30 pin Connector