Dell announced its new "Streak" tablet computer today. It'll launch in the UK next month and in the U.S. later this summer. Pricing was not announced.
It has a five-inch screen and a 1 gigahertz processor. It's got a 5 MP autofocus camera with a dual LED flash and a front facing camera for eventual video chat capability. You can also make calls on it.
Users can remove the battery. It's got integrated 3G and Wi-Fi plus bluetooth.
The Streak runs Google's Android operating system and will have access to more than 38,000 Apps.
According to most reports it'll have a monthly subscription plan via AT&T. But due to the small screen size, this is more of a phone competitor than iPad tablet competitor. The iPad is nearly twice the size.
Larger Streaks are apparently coming, however, and choice is always good.