Michael Dell has pulled out another tablet, the Dell 7-inch tablet Streak which is Android based. He announced this at an Oracle Corp. conference in San Francisco.
Dell said the company’s new 5-inch Streak tablet will be available at Best Buy stores next month. The device is currently available through Dell’s online store. He didn’t provide any other detail for new 7-inch table. The device appears to run on Google’s Android software. This join to competition of Apple’s iPad.
This will give Dell Inc. a huge boost in revenue in coming quarter.
After the launch of Apple’s iPad engineers are working continuously to develop new and better tablets. Dell has its latest Android tablet named “Streak,” designs, much more like iPad than the Mini 5 announced.
The Mini 5 may still look same as before but this new Streak looks much like the iPad with a LCD screen around a frame from head-on view. Let’s see if Streak 5 (Mini 5) is redesigned.
After the Apples’s iPad making news its time for DELL.Not only did Michael Dell let out word about the company’s upcoming Dell Mini 5 slate, he also let TechCrunch take a quick look at it.
Dell’s CEO flashed the slate at the World Economic Forum which was convened in Switzerland, says Crunchgear. The device appears to run Android 1.6 and is powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. It sports an in-built 5MP camera and offers Wi-Fi, 3G mobile as well as Bluetooth connectivity.
Michael Dell also claimed that the 5” tablet will be out within a few months. Until more specifications about the Dell Mini 5 slate emerge, the price tag seems a little heavy to most for such a device. The anticipated price is cited to be $1,098 (approx. Rs.50,804) before carrier subsidy.