Post Tagged with: "Dell Streak"

R.I.P Dell Streak 7 Tablet

Back in January the Dell Streak 7 Tablet emerged on the market and 11 months later its been officially discontinued. Just 4 months ago the vastly popular Dell Streak… 5 was put to pasture.
In case you’ve already forgotten the Dell Streak 7 was one

Dell Streak 7 Wi-Fi officially drops to $300 (and even cheaper elsewhere)

The Dell Streak… (5-incher) is no longer with us (in the US) but there’s always the Dell Streak 7 and it’s a little bit sweeter now, now that Dell has officially chopped $50 off the price so it drops from $349.99 down to $299.99. The

Good bye Dell Streak 5, Its Been a Good Ride

The Dell Streak… was the first product on the market that was a hybrid phone/tablet and its gorilla glass screen completely won us over. The Streak 5 has been on the market well over a year and has finally reached its end of life. Last

Dell Streak 7 tipped to get official Honeycomb update in September

Folks with the Dell Streak 7 have had the option of playing around with Honeycomb thanks to an unofficial port that developer DJ Steve has been developing, but by September there’ll be an official option. Yes, according to a tipster at Streak… Smart, Dell will

Dell Streak 10 Pro spotted on camera in China

According to the latest rumors straight out of this week – the Dell Streak 10 Pro that’s set to go on sale in China first sometime this summer, will actually go on sale today over there. While we wait for some news about that, the…

SPB Shell 3D Lets Your Android 2.x Tablet One Up Honeycomb

If you’ve got an Android 2.1, 2.2 or 2.3 tablet we’ve got the perfect solution to make your tablet feel zippy and as interactive as Honeycomb, its the SPB Shell 3D. This app, which is available on from Marketplace for $15, is a 3D UI…

Dell Streak 10 Pro Rumored to be Released in China this week

The Dell Streak… 10 Pro is going to be Dell’s first Honeycomb tablet to market, when it was announced details were vague on where it would be released. According to VR Zone, it will be in Beijing, China this week, on July 29th to be

Dell Streak temporarily unavailable, back in August

News about the Dell Streak… (original 5-incher) possibly reaching the end of it’s life has popped up in the news recently. Streak Smart had noted last week that Dell Business had pulled the Dell Streak and that it was “no longer available to purchase online”.

Dell Streak 7 gets Android Honeycomb 3.2, unofficially

Dell Streak 7… users have had the option to install an unofficial Android Honeycomb build for quite some time now, namely HoneyStreak HD7 by popular developer DJ Steve. It’s certainly not without problems since the source code for Honeycomb is not fully available, but then

Dell Streak 7 Wi-Fi price drops even lower to $279

Update: now also offers the same $279 price for the Dell Streak 7 Wi-Fi.
If the Dell Streak… 7 Wi-Fi’s prior price tag of $299 at Amazon and Newegg wasn’t low enough, it’s just sunk lower, by $20. You can now grab one at

Dell Streak now $399.99 again, unlocked in red, black

Once again, the original Dell Streak…, unlocked model, has dropped to $399.99 (normally $449.99) like we saw at the end of 2010. This time however, you’ve got your choice between either red and black models. The key is to buy them at Dell Small

Dell Streak 10 Pro spotted getting Wi-Fi certified

Not much to this – Dell’s upcoming Streak… 10 Pro tablet has been spotted getting Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n certification in the US. There’s also extra confirmation of the product name with model no. T03G. Timing seems about right since the tablet is expected to retail next

Deal of the day: Dell Streak 7 Wi-Fi for $299.99 is offering the Dell Streak 7… Wi-Fi only for $299.99. That’s around $100 off depending on where you get it and what taxes and shipping costs you pay. The official price for this tablet is $399.99 and places like Best Buy, Staples and Tiger

Dell Streak gets Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread (unofficial)

If you’ve got a Dell Streak… and you’re not on the official 2.2 build then you’re on StreakDroid, one of the most popular unofficial Android builds for the 5-incher developed by DJ_Steve. Now it’s up to version 2.0 and based on Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread. While

5-inch Pantech Vega No.5 Android tablet phone sports dual core 1.5GHz chip

Update: Further elaborated on the specs.
As far as upcoming 5-inch Android tablets go, there’s Samsung’s Galaxy S WiFi 5 which is up for pre-order and that’s all that comes to mind when we’re talking about official products. Dell’s sequel to the 5-inch Streak…,