Do you remember the 5″ Dell Streak that rocked the world last year? Adoption was mixed and immediate fans and haters were born. Running on the Android operating system, critics called the device confused (is it a smartphone? is it a tablet? it doesn’t know!) while fans praised the portability of the niche product.
This year, a new Dell Streak is coming out, the Dell Streak 7 which is more clearly defined as a tablet computer, a full two inches larger than the last generation of the Streak.
The Dell Streak 7 is praised for being easier to use one handedly than the iPad but its battery life has come under fire. The device is $199.99 with a two year contract with T-Mobile (normally priced at $449.99) and it looks like if you order online, it ships the next day.
The Dell Streak 7 is an Android device, runs Adobe Flash, offers a front facing camera, 16GB of internal storage space, wi-fi, bluetooth and built in GPS.
Here is a video demo for your viewing pleasure:
AG is not affiliated with Dell.