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Preorder $379 WiFi-only Dell Streak 7 Now

Priced at $379, the 7-inch tablet boasts Nvidia's Tegra 2 chipset, a front-facing 1.3 megapixel camera, a Gorilla Glass-protected screen, 16GB of internal memory and, of course, WiFi. Unfortunately, while popping it onto Amazon for preorder, Dell wasn't kind enough to award us the release date for the Streak 7, so those preordering will be committing to a gadget with an as-yet-unknown arrival date.

Amazon lists the 'date first available on Amazon' as March 7, 2011, so it looks like this listing has been there a while. Perhaps now that the media has begun to notice it, Dell will spill the beans on the actual release date for this Froyo-based tablet.

  • JOSHSKORN
    Only a 1.3 MP camera? Really?
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  • no mention of OS? as long as there is GORILLA GLASS i guess i don't care what OS it runs
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  • rykoshet
    Why people want cameras in their tablets is beyond me! The type of people who have tablets have smart phones, so why not just pull it out of your pocket and take a picture?
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  • papaswedine
    skype... in a small form factor.. like when you're in bed and don't want a laptop on your lap...
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  • sgtmattbaker
    Smartphones have Froyo a good tablet needs a tablet designec OS. Also, smartphones are more portable than tablets and do basically all the same things. Tablets are going to have to start offering something that a smartphone can't do to get me to bite-
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  • Zingam
    No Android 3.0 - no tablet, no money!
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  • Camikazi
    JOSHSKORNOnly a 1.3 MP camera? Really?1.3MP FRONT FACING, it's for video chat and 1.3MP is more then enough, the rear facing camera is 5MP.
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  • sykozis
    whysoseriousno mention of OS? as long as there is GORILLA GLASS i guess i don't care what OS it runs
    Didn't read the entire Article did you?

    Dell will spill the beans on the actual release date for this Froyo-based tablet.

    The OS is clearly stated in the article....
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  • rrmyguy
    ZingamNo Android 3.0 - no tablet, no money!
    do a little research on it..... if you'd check it out..... it is upgradeable to honeycomb......
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  • rrmyguy
    people...... do some damn research, if you check it out at T-Mobile's website, or even Dell for that matter.... you'd know it is completely upgradeable to Honeycomb, the hardware specs are well within the required specs for upgrading to honeycomb, not to mention that they say its upgradeable to honeycomb as soon as it was released.....can't expect TH to do all the research for you.... don't bash the device cuz you know only what you read about it here without taking some initiative to find out on your own.
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