Dell’s Looking Glass Masquerades on Camera

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The Dell Looking Glass – a tablet from Dell we used to simply call Dell’s 7-inch Streak tablet – was shown off yesterday at Oracle’s OpenWorld conference (irony, be damned!) This marks the first time we’ve been able to catch a glimpse of the thing on video. As excited as CEO Michael Dell was to unveil the tablet on video, the audience he was speaking to seemed to be lethargic throughout. Don’t fret, Dell, because we’re just as excited as you are! ¬†Go ahead and check out the video – which doesn’t show much outside of Michael Dell showing a presentation on the device (starts at 1:27) – and stay tuned as we dig for more official information and specs regarding the Looking Glass.

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  • wumps13

    Everybody is sleeping or what !!

  • http://www.omgandroid.com Best Android Apps

    Looks like a good product.

  • http://blog.cleanapple.com Ryan

    What’s there to be excited about? We saw the tablet performing one very unsexy operation. The slides at first were so similar in look that it looked like scrolling was broken and he unveiled it as casually as possible. What other reaction could there be but, “Oh.”

    I’m not saying it’s a bad product. It’s probably wonderful and my first tablet is going to be an Android tablet. I’m just saying that this presentation offered nothing to get excited about.

    Besides that, half of the audience was probably face down on their won devices.

  • mthguy

    “I can scroll through the slides”
    ::slide stays stationary as he attempts to scroll::

  • thedogscar

    Actually … the slide changes, but the next couple of slides look nearly identical to the first (pay attention to the Pie Chart)

    Once again, (think the Streak’s U.S. fumble) … Dell sucks at Marketing

  • Mark

    does anyone know if the New Dell Looking Glass tablet will have a rear facing camera?

  • Mark

    if you look at the specs for the Looking Glass it will amaze you. on paper its better than any other 7″ tablet with the only exception being the Blackberry Playbook.

    android 2.2 or later
    nVidia Tegra 2 dual core 1ghz processor on chip (kind of like direct fuel injection)
    7 inch capacitive multi touch screen (800×480 or 1024×600)??
    Android web Kit plus Opera Mini
    4GB of onboard DAND storage
    4GB of DDR2 Ram
    micros SD card slot
    Bluetooth 3.0
    HSPA 3g modem (mini card type)
    Optional DTV (ATSC/ATSC-MH/DVB-T)
    1.3-Megapixel camera with autofocus and image stablization
    Full Flash 10.1support