Dell has lifted the lid on its latest tablet contender, the Streak 7, amid a welter of rival Android powered slates debuting at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
The sequel to the Streak, which at 5-inches across was midway between a tablet and a smartphone, packs a seven-inch WVGA touchscreen fashioned from the same super robust Gorilla Glass used in the iPhone 4 and sports a powerful dual core 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor
It’s also home to Dell’s custom Android skin Stage, which we’re told will provide “a seamless and unified experience for accessing content”, as well as 16GB of internal memory, plus a front-facing five megapixel camera and rear mounted low-end 1.3 megapixel snapper for video calling.
Perhaps the biggest selling point, at least if you’re in the US that is, is that it offers 4G network support, meaning you’ll be able to surf the web at superfast speeds.
John Thode, Vice President of Dell’s Mobility Product Group, said: "With its dual-core processor, seven-inch multi-touch screen and dual cameras, the new Dell Streak 7 tablet takes full advantage of the unrivaled power of T-Mobile's 4G network.”