The Android tablets are coming and this time Apple won’t have a big head start. Will value tablets sell?
Dell’s Streak (top right), a 5-inch tablet powered by Android, launched Tuesday in the U.K. and the device will come to the U.S. later in the summer. The Streak has integration with the Android market and a few other goodies that may attract buyers, according to Dell. Continue Reading
A hands-on video of Dell’s 5-inch mid-tablet Android device. With a screen twice the size of traditional smartphones, this could be a phone for people who have wide pockets, large fingers, failing eyesight or a conviction that phones have just gotten too small. If you fit any of those categories, the Dell Streak could be the phone for you. Watch the video!
During a speech that was given yesterday at the the Citrix Synergy conference, Michael Dell confirmed that the company’s Streak Android tablet pc, formerly known as the Mini 5, will be available in Europe next month from the Telefonica O2 mobile phone carrier, which offers service all over Europe. Mr Dell also added that it would be available from the GSM carrier AT&T in the US some time during summer”.
The Streak android Tablet PC was first shown off at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas as a prototype and later at the 2010 Mobile World Congress(MWC) in Barcelona. According to Engadget, who were given a prototype of the device, the tablet features a 5 inch touch screen, a 5 Megapixel camera, built-in Wi-Fi and 3G. A specific release date and price, however, have yet to be announced.
Video footage of the Dell android tablet has hit the net.
Tinhte.com has gotten hold of rare footage of this rumoured tablet and it looks like a pretty nifty gadget. Being larger than a phone yet a bit smaller then other tablets coming out which are offering 7-inch screens, it probably won’t appeal to everyone.
Offering a 800 x 480 resolution screen, it will run Android 2.0 and offer Bluetooth, 3G, a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, a microSD card slot and Wi-Fi.
Without further ado, here is a sneak peak of this android tablet:
Dell has been rumored to be coming out with a Mini 5, which was first shown publicly at this years CES, which will feature integration with a host of Amazon services, according to leaked internal document.
The leaked information originally posted on Engadget, details that the Android-powered tablet may be available in a range of colors and designs. Continue Reading