Getting a brief tasting of the Dell Streak 7 back at CES in January, we’re finally getting a little bit more intimate with Dell’s latest Streak device. Included with the packaging are the customary set of materials – such as a USB cable, wall charger, stereo headphones, and the usual set of documentation. However, don’t let this portable 7” tablet fool you because it’s packing a wallop underneath its chassis. Specifically, it features a 1GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, 5-megapixel auto-focus camera with LED flash, and HSPA+ connectivity.
As for the design of the Dell Streak 7, it unequivocally mirrors the style of its distant sibling – the Dell Streak 5. Surprisingly, there’s a fair amount of hefty weight with this all plastic tablet, but it still nonetheless feels quite sturdy all around. Meanwhile, it’s running Dell’s customized Stage UI which presents a boatload of useful widgets that take up the entire space of a homescreen.
Well, that’s all for right now, but considering its low cost of ownership versus the competitive offerings out there, it’s definitely one of the main driving points that might propel it. Check back soon because we’ll be putting it through the ropes over the next few days.