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New Dell Streak tablet 3g

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  • Estimated delivery time 14-30 days
  • 18 months warranty at Genuine Warranty Center.
  • Whats in the box: charging cable and block
SKU: New Dell Streak tablet 3g

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https://www.amazon.in/Dell-Streak-7-Wi-Fi-Tablet/dp/B004QZASJ8     Technical Details Brand Dell Item Height 12 Millimeters Item Width 12 Centimeters Screen Size 7 Inches Item Weight 381 g Product Dimensions 19 x 12 x 1.2 cm Item model number STREAK7-16WiFiGray Processor Count 1 RAM Size 1 GB Wireless Type 802.11 B/G, 802.11bgn, 802.11B Number of USB 2.0 Ports 2 Rear Webcam Resolution 5 Megapixels     Additional Information ASIN B004QZASJ8 Customer Reviews Be the first to review this item Date First Available 8 August 2014         Let’s be honest, the original Dell Streak had a bit of an identity crisis. The 5-inch device wasn’t sure if it belonged in the tablet or smartphone world, and ultimately it was targeted at a pretty niche user. But its larger brother, the Streak 7, is more self-aware. It’s a honest-to-goodness tablet meant for doing all those tablet-y things — surfing the web, reading e-books, watching video and more. Sure, the Streak 7 may just look like an enlarged version of the 5-inch version, but they differ in more than just screen size: the 7 packs a powerful 1GHz dual-core Tegra T20 processor, 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, 5 megapixel lens on the rear, T-Mobile “4G” HSPA+ connectivity, and 16GB of internal memory. The tablet runs Android 2.2 with Dell’s Stage UI for now, but Dell promises an upgrade to Honeycombonce it’s ready. It sounds like one of the more well-rounded 7-inch tablets on the market right now and at just $200 on contract at T-Mobile (it’s $450 without), it’s actually quite well priced. However, there are quite a few things that are going to keep 7-inch tablet seekers from forking over the cash. What are those? We’ll tell all in our full review — read on for more!   Gallery: Dell Streak 7 review | 56 Photos       +52   Dell Streak 7   Pros Clean design, attractive Stage software layer Snappy Tegra 2 processor Fast T-Mobile HSPA+ speeds   Cons Low 800 x 480-resolution display Less than six hours of battery life No tablet optimized apps   Hardware No matter how you slice it, the Streak 7 looks like a giant Streak (the 5-inch version, that is), and that’s not necessarily a bad thing considering we’ve always had a thing for those tapered sides and its fairly rigid, plastic build. Dell’s obviously trying to maintain a similar design across all the Streak family members, although it’s also brought in some cues from the Venueand Venue Pro relatives — the rear cover has the same textured diamond pattern as the smartphones. We like how it feels in the hand, but unlike the original Streak, the back doesn’t house a removable battery. That actually turns out to be an incredible bummer given what you’re about to find out about the battery life farther down in this review.While many slate makers are moving towards the 10-inch form factor, we’re still appreciative of the portability of the 7-inch variety. (Yes, so much so that some of us are even dying for a 7-inch iPad.) Like the Galaxy Tab or Archos 7, the Streak 7 lends itself much better to one-handed use than the iPad or any of the other 10-inch tablets we’ve tested. We loved being able to comfortably hold the 0.48-inch Streak up when reading a book in bed or wrapping both our hands around the 0.9-pound tablet and being able to use our thumbs to type.Apart from the three capacitive buttons (back, menu, and home), mic, and camera on the front of the tablet, Dell’s kept the design very clean. A plastic latch on the right edge, which can be hard to open if you don’t have long nails, hides the SD and SIM card slots. The top of the device has a power button and volume rocker, and the left edge a 3.5mm headphone jack. Disappointingly, there’s no HDMI output on the device itself; Dell will offer a separate dock that will attach to the PDMI port on the bottom of the device. A quick word on the PDMI port — it is the same as the one on the original Streak, and because there’s no other USB port on the tablet, you’ve got to have the cord handy to either charge it or connect it to computer to sideload files. Also, our review unit hasn’t been charging via USB — you have to plug it into the wall via its AC adapter. Yeah, it’s pretty annoying.   Screen When powered off, the Streak 7 looks like it has virtually the same display as the Galaxy Tab. Both have highly glossy, 7-inch Gorilla Glass screens that feel incredibly smooth to the touch. However, that all changes when you turn them on. In comparison to the Galaxy’s 1024 x 600 resolution display, the Streak’s 800 x 480 panel just looks cheap, and the experience is definitely felt when browsing, reading, looking at photos, or watching a high-definition clip. In a side-by-side comparison of the same photo, the Streak 7 just looked low-rate in comparison to the Tab’s crisp rendering. Yep, it’s pretty much a Pixel Density Enthusiast’s nightmare.Even more noticeab

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