The Dell Streak Pro gets detailed
There is no doubt that the Tablet PC market is currently quite hot as new products lacking physical keyboards continue to emerge almost every day. Nevertheless, there are always devices that attract more attention than others. One of those attracted ours, too. Apart from rumors, up until now there wasn’t anything solid on the upcoming Streak Pro. Manufactured by the US multinational company, Dell, this tablet got detailed recently and will reportedly hit the American market (and possibly others) in June of this year.
Word on the street a while back was that this device will pack the new T25 Tegra 2 chips with 3D support and 1.2GHz clock speed. As it turns out, however, this is not true. According to industry sources, the Android Honeycomb-based tablet will be powered by a Dual-Core NVIDIA Tegra 2 central processing unit, clocked at 1GHz. This CPU features two ARM Cortex 9 cores, a low-frequency integrated GPU, 1MB of Level 2 cache and is manufactured in 40nm technology.
Furthermore, Dell’s much-anticipated tablet will supposedly be equipped with a 10-inch widescreen display that has a maximum supported resolution of 1280-by-800 pixels. Customers will be provided with 1GB of internal memory and a storage capacity of 16GB, 32GB or 64GB (SDHC memory card reader is also part of the standard configuration).
Users can reportedly stay connected thanks to the built-in Wireless LAN b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR modules (optional AT&T 4G LTE support). In addition, there are two integrated microphones and two web cameras – one on the front (2.0MP) and one on the back (5.0MP).
Other specs and availability
Dell’s new tablet will come with an Android Honeycomb OS. Measuring 261 x 176.4 x 12.9 mm, the Streak Pro will presumably weigh 720g and have a brushed aluminum finish. Moreover, consumers will be able to choose among four different colors - black, pink, red, and blue.
The Dell Streak Pro will reportedly be available for purchase in June.