By: E&P Staff
The Dell Streak Tablet is now available from Dell Inc., helping fill the space between smartphones and e-readers with a $549.99 device that sells for $299.99 when purchased with a two-year AT&T contract.
The Android-based Streak has a five-inch touchscreen that Dell says is suited for widgets, games and apps, “without squinting or compromising portability,” while presenting Web pages “in their natural form.” Built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth capability and available 3G connectivity enable large-file downloading, listening to music, real-time social networking updates, and connections through e-mail, text, IM, and voice calls. The screen presents Web pages “in their natural form,” according to dDell.
The Dell Streak relies on Qualcomm’s Snapcragon chipset for always-connected/always-aware operation and was designed to support software, application and platform upgrades.
Other features include: integrated Google Maps with turn-by-turn navigation and street and satellite views: easily integrated social media apps; 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash; removable battery; 2GB internal storage; user-accessible Micro SD expandable memory available up to 32GB.