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Dell Streak 7 Reviews

CNET
"The Dell Streak 7 polishes Android 2.2 to a tablet-worthy shine, and is the first to deliver 4G compatibility--but it's not enough to distract us from the incoming wave of Android 3.0 tablets."
Engadget
"Let's be honest, the original Dell Streak had a bit of an identity crisis. The 5-inch device wasn't sure if it belonged in the tablet or smartphone world, and ultimately it was targeted at a pretty niche user. But its larger brother, the Streak 7, is more self-aware."
GigaOM
"The speedy network access is a plus, but the Streak 7 is lacking in many other areas as compared the Samsung Galaxy Tab, which T-Mobile currently sells for $50 more."
Slash Gear
"Packed with NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 dual core processor and a 7-inch 800×480 Gorilla Glass touch screen. Is it poised to take on the Tab?"
Tech Crunch
"Short Version: Here we go again: another impressive 7-inch Android tablet with a Gorilla Glass screen, 4G networking, and a suave interface. But is this thing more of the same or something new?"
Ubergizmo
"Dell has just introduced the Dell Streak 7, a tablet that is marketed as a potent product to work, but also to play, watch video and “be watched” in video calls."
ZDNet
"T-Mobile is rolling out the new Dell Streak 7, but even with HSPA+ and a Tegra 2 dual-core processor I would not even consider it due to the lame 800×480 pixel resolution display."
PCWorld
"A pleasing, well-balanced industrial design and a value price can't outweigh this tablet's bugs at launch, or its poor display."
PCMag
"One of the first Tegra 2 tablets, the Dell Streak 7 shows the promise of Nvidia's speedy mobile processor, but struggles in several different ways. This is not the 'droid you're looking for."
Phone Arena
"Luckily for them, they were able to snag T-Mobile’s attention and get their latest venture, the Dell Streak 7, onto the lineup of the nation’s number four wireless carrier."