Dell Streak 7 and Streak 10 leaked

It's been known for a while that Dell was going to release the Mini 5, a mini-slate, now codenamed "Streak" for some time. But now, Engadget is confirming that there will be 7 and 10 inch iteration of the Streak as well. The Streak 5 (formerly the Mini 5) will be released alongside the Aero on AT&T, with a release date set in June.

Image courtesy of Engadget

Once the initial Streak 5 is released, the Streak 7 will launch in late 2010, and the 10 inch Streak is slated to launch in early 2011. No word on whether or not these last two will have AT&T connectivity. 

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I like them but I'd like to see the specs.
However is a very good thing that these devices come out in 16:9 widescreen format.

loooks pretty but dell's glossy black aren't the best for surviving real word scenarios. I have a Studio 1555 with the same glossy black interior that has been looked after perfectly (never dropped, scratched etc.) and the black bezel / keyboard surrounds are highly susceptible to light scratches and streaks (excuse the pun )

psh the iPad was a copy of the HP Compaq TC1000 which came out man yyears before... so anyone to call this a copy of the ipad is just missing the fact there is only so many ways to make a rectangle with a screen.......

neufuse said,
psh the iPad was a copy of the HP Compaq TC1000 which came out man yyears before... so anyone to call this a copy of the ipad is just missing the fact there is only so many ways to make a rectangle with a screen.......

LOL! Indeed!

I hate how the media calls everything an "iPod, iPad, iMac, iApple etc" killer. They aren't very good products, not even particularly good in their field, just have very good advertising. The iPhone killer came in 2002 or so with the release of the "smart" Blackberry's and Windows powered phones.

Billus said,
I hate how the media calls everything an "iPod, iPad, iMac, iApple etc" killer. They aren't very good products, not even particularly good in their field, just have very good advertising. The iPhone killer came in 2002 or so with the release of the "smart" Blackberry's and Windows powered phones.

Aren't very good products? I'm still waiting for Microsoft to fix my laundry list of gripes I have with Windows. Either fix the damn problems with Windows or stop lying that Mac OS X is 'all looks and no substance' (as what your post was insinuating).

Edited by rawr_boy81, Apr 17 2010, 2:24am :

rawr_boy81 said,

Aren't very good products? I'm still waiting for Microsoft to fix my laundry list of gripes I have with Windows. Either fix the damn problems with Windows or stop lying that Mac OS X is 'all looks and no substance' (as what your post was insinuating).


+1

rawr_boy81 said,

Aren't very good products? I'm still waiting for Microsoft to fix my laundry list of gripes I have with Windows. Either fix the damn problems with Windows or stop lying that Mac OS X is 'all looks and no substance' (as what your post was insinuating).

He brought neither desktop Windows nor Mac OS X into this, let alone made any kind of insinuation as you stated. Also, your "laundry list of gripes with Windows" is precisely zero items long, as it stands.

Edited by Gilly, Apr 17 2010, 12:25pm : typo

Nice, this will probably run windows so finally something to add to the list of interesting tablets/slates...
Let's see who will have the best specs, this or the HP Slate, can't see a front camera so bad start for Dell

Too much wasted space at the edges.

If you are going to do it, do it right. Apple made a lot of mistakes with the iPad. This is an opportunity to capitalize on those mistakes using win7, , wifi, camera and open development.

schwit said,
Too much wasted space at the edges.

If you are going to do it, do it right. Apple made a lot of mistakes with the iPad. This is an opportunity to capitalize on those mistakes using win7, , wifi, camera and open development.


How are suppose to hold it without touching the edge screen? Not everyone has the same size hands/fingers.

Edited by primortal, Apr 16 2010, 8:17pm :

primortal said,

How are suppose to hold it without touching the edge screen? Not everyone has the same size hands/fingers.

Yeah, I have to agree. I don't see that as being an issue...

They should have slap their company logo on the back instead of front. I'd like to have no logos on front. Just like Apple put theirs on back of their iPod/iPad/iPhone.

shozilla said,
They should have slap their company logo on the back instead of front. I'd like to have no logos on front. Just like Apple put theirs on back of their iPod/iPad/iPhone.

I agree. I'm not a fan of clutter in general.

Apple does a multitouch phone with accelerometer: everyone let's do that.
Apple makes an Amazon Kindle look a like: everyone let's do that.

They really like to enter the market share where apple goes. First Kindle, then iPad and HP Slate, and now this...

Jose_49 said,
Apple does a multitouch phone with accelerometer: everyone let's do that.
Apple makes an Amazon Kindle look a like: everyone let's do that.

They really like to enter the market share where apple goes. First Kindle, then iPad and HP Slate, and now this...

Shouldn't you be busy doing Steve's laundry? There's some extra brown on his underwear for you to handwash.

Actually it's more like...

Everyone makes cutting edge technology.
Apple does a new industrial design on technology from 2 years ago and tells everyone they invented the Tech.
...and the technology clueless in the world blindly parrot the Apple gospel and show everyone around them just how little they know about the real state-of-the-art.

Jose_49 said,
Apple does a multitouch phone with accelerometer: everyone let's do that.
Apple makes an Amazon Kindle look a like: everyone let's do that.

They really like to enter the market share where apple goes. First Kindle, then iPad and HP Slate, and now this...

For eReaders let see, there was Sony's then Amazon's Kindle along with Barnes & Noble Nook then finally the Apple's iPad.

For "tablet" HP announced Slate then came along Apple's iPad.

So who is following who?

Edited by primortal, Apr 16 2010, 8:54pm :

primortal said,

For eReaders let see, there was Sony's then Amazon's Kindle along with Barnes & Noble Nook then finally the Apple's iPad.

For "tablet" HP announced Slate then came along Apple's iPad.

So who is following who?

Maybe so. But everyone floods into markets Apple moves into. Want to deny that?

Brendando said,

Maybe so. But everyone floods into markets Apple moves into. Want to deny that?

I'd say he just gave some decent examples...

nekkidtruth said,

Shouldn't you be busy doing Steve's laundry? There's some extra brown on his underwear for you to handwash.

Oh dear! LOL

Mike415 said,

Yes.
He just did.

No, he didn't. What he did, is list people that were in a market THAT WAS TINY before Apple moved int it. MY POINT is that more people will move into a market AFTER Apple moves into. God...

I quite like it's look. I love the ipad, I think the competition has upped their game, adding features Apple didn't. Choice is good.

Ok, how do you get a tablet that DOESNT look like the iPad, i mean come on. Screen on front, square. you can't avoid that

TrOjAn. said,
Very iPad lookalike
I'm curious to see the specs
because of that, the 2nd gen Streak will be circular in design and have screens on both the front and back :-)

Edited by timster, Apr 16 2010, 8:17pm :

TrOjAn. said,
Very iPad lookalike
I'm curious to see the specs

Yeah, but the ipad copied lcd monitors except they left out the stand. The design of the ipad is nothing revolutionary or even special. Devices have used that same shape for many years.