CES: Dell debuts Streak 7 tablet

On Thursday at its press conference, Dell revealed the Dell Streak 7 tablet.

The Dell Streak 7. Dell

LAS VEGAS--At its press conference on Thursday, Dell revealed its Streak 7 tablet. This is the follow-up to the Streak released last year.

The tablet features a new design and the follwing specs:

  • Dual Core 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra T2 processor
  • 7-inch screen
  • Support for T-Mobile's 4G network
  • Dual cameras: 5 megapixel rear camera and 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera
  • Runs Android 2.2 and full Flash 10.1 implementation; upgradable to Honeycomb in the future.
  • Live news, sports and entertainment television via T-Mobile TV
  • First 4G tablet (according to Dell)
  • Up to 802.11n Wi-Fi
  • Offers the full Dell Stage interface with Stage widgets
  • Weighs less than a pound
  • Gorilla glass covers the screen

Expected to become available through T-Mobile retail stores, T-Mobile.com, and directly from Dell in the coming weeks.

We'll have more information soon.

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