The American company, Dell, has ditched its home country and has released its Dell Streak Pro 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet in China. This is the first time Dell is experimenting with Android and it has done it with style. The tablet is equipped with dual cameras – 2 megapixels (front facing) and another 5 megapixels on the rear. Along with it the tablet has a 1024 x 800 pixel resolution combined with a 10.1-inch screen, to give an impeccable display.
The tablet impresses with many other specs as well. The tablet is pretty responsive because of the 1 GB DDR2 RAM, a 1 GHZ processor and a NVIDIA Tegra 2 T20 chip.
The physical features are also equally impressive. The ‘Streak’ is having edge to edge glass and has aluminium brushed back. Also, the tablet is pretty portable with a weight of just 700 grams and is sleek enough with a thickness of just 12 millimetres i.e. 0.47 inches.
The streak is in competition with a line of already released tablets. The major one’s include Apple’s iPad2 and Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1, though even others exist but with the kind of specs, they barely pose a threat. The ‘Streak’ surely has the arsenal to take both these tablets heads on with a reply for every spec of the iPad2.
The tablet will hit the Chinese markets within a week. Chinese buyers can buy the 16GB WiFi enabled tablet for a price of ¥2,999, which will be $465. Along with this a cloud storage space of 2 GB is provided. The product will be tested in the Chinese country first and then when a proper review is generated will it be released in other markets.