Dell has jumped into the tablet market.
Running on the latest Android 2.2 platform, the 5-inch Streak features a HD display, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with dual LED flash and a damage-resistant Gorilla Glass screen.
It is also GPS-enabled.
Users connect to the web via either Wifi or 3G and can make voice calls on the Streak.
It also acts as a portable Wifi hotspot that can be shared with up to eight devices.
The streak is the latest Android tablet to hit town, this time in partnership with StarHub.
Samsung launched its Galaxy Tab last month, in a partnership with SingTel. And there have been a string of other introductions by lesser-known brands. There is much debate over the appropriate size for a tablet computer. Steve Jobs seems to think anything smaller than 9 or 10 inches is a waste of time.
Meanwhile, Samsung's 7-inch tablet has its fans, while others will feel that the Streak's 5-inch screen is just nice for portability.
Size aside, the Streak's prospects for mass adoption are tied to the latest version of the Android OS (2.2), which will become available on Saturday. Early versions of the Streak came with OS version 1.6, and were not too impressive.
For consumers keen to pick up this 5-inch Android tablet, it'll definitely be cheaper to buy the set through a telco. The downside, however, is that you'd be stuck with a two-year contract.
The Streak is available from StarHub from Dec 11.
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