Dell Streak 7

At Dell's CES 2011 press conference, the Dell Streak 7 took center stage. The 7-inch Android tablet is powered by a dual-core 1GHz Nvidia Tegra T2 processor and has support for T-Mobile's 4G network. It runs Android 2.2 (upgradable to Honeycomb) and has a 5-megapixel rear camera and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera for video calling.
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Stage interface

Dell also touted its Stage interface, which lets users access content without having to open applications.
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Dell Streak 7

The Dell Streak 7 is the follow-up to the Streak released last year. It offers the full Dell Stage interface with Stage widgets.
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Alienware M17x

The new Alienware M17x 3D boasts full HD 3D and an advanced wireless connectivity for real-time gaming with no lag time. It starts at $1,499 and is slated to be available on January 10.
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Mobility Store

Dell announced plans to launch a Mobility Store where customers can buy activated smartphones and notebooks, including non-Dell products. Dell will deliver devices in 24 hours, it says.
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Dell Inspiron Duo

The flip-screen Dell Inspiron Duo first appeared a few months back, but it got another moment in the spotlight at the company's CES press conference.
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Dell Venue

The Dell Venue runs Android 2.2; has full Flash 10.1 implementation; sports a 4.1-inch AMOLED screen with Gorilla Glass, and has an 8-megapixel camera. The phone will be sold unlocked on Dell.com, though Dell thinks a T-Mobile version will be available as well.
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