|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||800 x 480|
|Max Screen Resolution||800 x 480 pixels|
|Processor||1 GHz Tegra 2.0|
|RAM||1 GB SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||16 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GPU|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G, 802.11bgn, 802.11B|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||4 hours|
Dell Streak 7 7-Inch Wi-Fi Tablet with 16GB Internal Memory, Gray
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- Android 2.2 operating system, 1 GHz nVidia Tegra T20 dual core processor.
- It has 16 GB internal memory.
- It has 7-inch capacitive multi-touch display (800 x 480 pixels).
- Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g/n), 5-megapixel rear camera, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera.
- 17.6 ounces.
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The Dell Streak is a nice tablet, and I like the way it feels. When you hold it in landscape format, your right thumb can hit all of the control buttons. The weight wasn't that bad at around 18oz and felt ok. I could grip the tablet easy with one hand instead of tucking the other 10" tablet under my arm.
The Streak's screen resolution is smaller than the Galaxy Tab's - 800x480 vs 1024x600 on the same size screen. The Streak 7's icons seemed a bit fuzzy to me, but I'm not sure if that's my bad eyes or icons expanded from the resolution of an Android phone. The screen's covered with "Gorilla Glass", which I wasn't anxious to test out by scratching it up or dropping it. Either way, I'd recommend a screen protector just in case.
My first experience with Android was pretty cool. It's an easy enough OS to navigate around, and installing things like the Kindle app was fun to do and worked like a charm. The Swype keyboard is new for me, and it was cool to try even though it requires a learning curve, especially if you have sausage fingers like me. The Streak 7 runs the Froyo version (2.2) of Android. Apparently the Gingerbread (3.0) release is more tablet friendly, and I'm hoping that I'd be able to upgrade this without a problem.Read more ›
Just short of 4 years of ownership, my unit 'died' completely. It wouldn't even work on AC power. I took it to our local county recycling center.
DECEMBER 2011 IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS PRODUCT IS NOW DISCONTINUED, My original review is below. If you can find this item at a very good price, it might be worthwhile buying as an entertainment device. Otherwise, beware.
Courtesy of Amazon Vine, I received my Dell Streak 7 Tablet and I have been having a lot of fun with it.
It's a very good and very satisfying entertainment device. It is particularly good for reading e-books, for listening to music, and for watching video such as Amazon/Amazon Prime VOD as well as Netflix (which has recently been added).
Tablet computers are the latest thing and I wanted to see how this one, a direct competitor to the iPad, would fare. (This is my first experience with any tablet computer; I am unfamiliar with the iPad or any other tablet.)
I was supposed to receive the 'straight' Dell Streak 7 Wi-Fi Tablet (Wi-fi only) but in the event I actually received the Dell Streak 7 4G Android Tablet (T-Mobile), the one which can connect to Wi-Fi plus the T-mobile cellular service. As I do not have a T-mobile account, I cannot comment on its cell data plan functioning but I can say that Wi-fi works perfectly. (The fact that my unit has T-mobile incorporated in no way interferes with Wi-fi usage.Read more ›
I can understand the screen is not higher resolution, to save cost and it doesn't bother me but the battery life and a short power cord is absolutely dumb on Dell's design.
The screen if not compared side by side with a higher resolution screen is in fact quite pleasent and fluid to work with. The battery life is 3 to 4 hours, depends how you use it. If charged in the evening, with aggressive power savings options selected, it is dead by morning. The battery is not replacable and is a small one compared to competition. It is as if no one put a thought to it. The cord is short so you can't work plugged in. You would need an extension cord either from the wall to the charger or a usb extension to the charger since the supplied cord is 30pin dell at one end and usb at the other.
I just don't understand why there are always some flaws with Dell products, they make high end spec products then leave some basic important stuff out. My Dell XPS laptop has HDD light behind the lid?? This tablet has a very short battery life, every one cries for longer operation times, yet Dell neglected the most important aspect as if with an intention to kill the product prematurely. Not even a replacable battery slot...
This is my last Dell product purchase, next time I will stick with HTC for tablets, HP for laptops.. Goodbye Dell.
[UPDATE - 12 May 2011]
After using the WiFi only Dell Streak 7 for a few weeks now, I have to say my initial assessment of this device was correct. I can only manage 2 or 3 hours and find myself charging 2 to 3 times a day.Read more ›
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