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CES 2010: Dell shows off 'Streak' tablet

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Jan 2010 16:25 User comments (8)

CES 2010: Dell shows off 'Streak' tablet Dell has unveiled their "Streak" tablet at CES, and Engadget has posted some pictures and some hands-on impressions.
The tablet runs a tweaked Android 1.6 firmware, and the Streak has a 5MP camera. It also has a SIM card slot, meaning AT&T 3G service will likely be available for the device. The display is fully multi-touch capable.

The virtual keypad even includes a number pad on the right side, and is apparently very responsive.

Pics via Engadget:




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8 user comments

18.1.2010 23:50

I would love to use that as my primary phone.

29.1.2010 1:45

The only weird thing that I saw in those pictures is the home button is placed in the verticle position based on if phone is in the horizontal position.

39.1.2010 12:40

Originally posted by ydkjman:
The only weird thing that I saw in those pictures is the home button is placed in the verticle position based on if phone is in the horizontal position.
That's because it's an internet tablet, like a Nokia N900. It's meant to be used in horizontal position.

49.1.2010 17:03

Do want!

59.1.2010 17:58

wow.thats my first impression from the pics. cant wait for the specs

69.1.2010 18:14

This just reminds me of the iPhone and the others competing with the iPhone and wanting a piece of the pie.

710.1.2010 0:46

Quote:
That's because it's an internet tablet, like a Nokia N900. It's meant to be used in horizontal position.
My bad, sorry

88.4.2010 18:39
tristan
Unverified new user

is this a phone or a tablet?please leave me an answer
thankyou

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