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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