Dell Streak Coming This Friday, August 13

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    The Dell Streak is coming. Most can get the device directly from Dell starting on August 13.

    Here are the details from Dell's Lionel Menchaca from the Direct2Dell blog:
    The first devices will still ship with Android 1.6, with Android 2.2 on the way. Optional accessories include a car kit for $39.99, and a Home Audio/ Video Dock with HDMI for $69.99.

    Dell Streak specifications from the press release from Engadget:
    Here's a video that walks through the interface of the Dell Streak:


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    I wish they could have lowered the price on this just a bit more :( Also, not shipping with at least 2.1 is pretty sad.
     
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    You can't make less expensive Snapdragon tablet right now.

    At 5" this is the smallest size I'd call a tablet. Still it's not bad for what it is. Once they get Android 2.2, I hope they will be pushing the marketing more heavily. The hardware is sorely underutilized.
     
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    Its more like a hybrid smartphone/tablet but appears to be more smartphone. If one classifies this as a smartphone, it is pretty expensive when one can purchase a Droid Incredible or HTC Evo (both with QSD8650 Snapdragon processors & Android 2.1) for less than $200 in the US. Also, AT&T does not have a great network.
     
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    Sure is a lot of money!
     

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