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Dell shows off Streak 10 Pro in China

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 29 Jul 2011 22:26 User comments (6)

Dell shows off Streak 10 Pro in China Dell has launched its Streak 10 Pro tablet in China this week.
The Honeycomb tablet is the company's first 10-inch model and is priced competitively at 2,999 yuan ($465 USD).

Streak 10 Pros feature a 1280x800 resolution, dual-cameras, edge-to-edge glass, Tegra dual-core processor, an SD slot, and is just 0.47-inches thick while weighing 1.5 lbs.

Dell also sells a dock that adds multiple USB ports including a "Host mode" which allows for PC emualtion.

John Thode, a Dell vice president and manager of Dell's mobility business, told Cnet why the company chose China for launch:

This...avoids a bunch of the inhibitors and barriers to success that we've seen in the U.S. market. Things like confusion over what exactly Android is bringing to the table.

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6 user comments

130.7.2011 1:08

I wonder if one of the barriers to success in the English speaking world is the fact that it is named after a fecal stain.



230.7.2011 9:44

Originally posted by KillerBug:
I wonder if one of the barriers to success in the English speaking world is the fact that it is named after a fecal stain.
I guess they were aiming more along the lines of "lightning streak," but I don't care about it regardless.

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Dell
Need I say more?

~*Livin' Electronicallly*~

330.7.2011 10:57

There should be Chinese knockoffs out before they release it in the US. If it's worth knocking off...


Just my $0.02,

dEwMe

430.7.2011 23:54

Originally posted by dEwMe:
There should be Chinese knockoffs out before they release it in the US. If it's worth knocking off...

Why would anyone do a Dell Knock-Off? They could just create their own generic name brand that no one has ever heard of and people would think, "It can't be worse than a Dell".


531.7.2011 2:25

Quote:
This...avoids a bunch of the inhibitors and barriers to success that we've seen in the U.S. market. Things like confusion over what exactly Android is bringing to the table.

Yeah, more like confusion over we don't want to be sued for patent infringement!

66.8.2011 21:38

Is Apple suing them too? Gee it looks like a tablet .... er iPad.

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