CES 2011: Dell shows off 7″ Streak tablet. Could be a 10″ later too

by Khalid Hosein on January 7, 2011

Dell Streak 7 Android tabletYup, we’re featuring yet another tablet, but let’s face it – that’s the hot product this year kicked off of course by the iPad last year. This time it’s the Dell Streak 7, a 4G tablet that will run T-Mobile’s 4G network.

As the name implies, the Streak 7 is a 7″ tablet with a multi-touch 800×480 screen, Android (of course), Adobe Flash Player (suck on that Apple), WiFi, and front- and rear-facing cameras. Runs on the now very popular Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, and has 16GB of storage expandable via SD cards.

There’s a Streak 10 (a 10″ version) that may make an appearance later this year. And of course, you can get the 5″ Dell Streak mini (on AT&T) for $99 with a 2-year contract.

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[Dell press release]

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