Dell Streak 7 Now Available in the United Kingdom for £299


While we’re still hoping that this decent-looking tablet will eventually get Android 3.0, Dell’s gone ahead and made the Streak 7 available in the UK. You can pick the 7-inch tablet up for £299, but don’t let the modest price fool you: this isn’t the highest of high-end offerings. Yes, it has a Tegra 2 processor but when you consider the WVGA resolution on a 7-inch display and Android 2.2 with Dell’s Stage UI a lot of other 7-inch offerings look just as good. (If not better.) Don’t let me rain on Dell’s parade, though – you can buy it here if you want. Press details straight ahead.


BRACKNELL, UK, 14 April 2011 –Dell’s new feature-rich seven-inch Android™ tablet, the Streak™ 7 is now available in the UK. The sleek compact form factor preloaded with Dell Stage, Dell’s unique user interface, makes Streak 7 the ultimate entertainment hub for families and consumers craving a rich multimedia and web experience both at home and on-the-go. With a wealth of features, Streak 7 adds to Dell’s rapidly expanding mobility portfolio, which also includes the acclaimed Streak 5 pocket tablet.

Portable, passable and easily shared, the Streak 7’s smooth, fast performance makes Web browsing, video streaming and game playing an enjoyable experience. Its brilliant seven-inch WVGA touch screen with Gorilla® Glass makes Streak 7 ideal for watching movies or reading books and magazines.

In addition to a rich entertainment experience, the Streak 7 easily captures and shares life moments with the rear-facing 5 megapixel camera for high-definition stills and video recording. With a Wi-Fi + 3G model of the Streak 7 coming later this spring, capturing spontaneous moments with family and friends will be even easier.

Featuring Google’s™ Android 2.2 operating system, a dual core 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and full support for Adobe® Flash® Player, Streak 7 gives users access to more than 100,000 applications, games and widgets from Android Market™.

“Dell is continuing to create the very best in entertainment, mobile and gaming experiences,” said Aongus Hegarty, vice-president of Dell’s Consumer, Small and Medium Business unit for EMEA. “With Streak 7, families, students and mobile professionals will gather, share, and find new ways to interact and keep in touch.”

The new Streak 7 will feature Dell’s innovative Stage user interface, which provides a seamless and unified experience for accessing all your favourite content. Later this year, Dell will add syncing to Stage so people can keep their photos, contacts, calendars and other personal content synchronised across their Dell Stage-equipped devices, from tablets to PCs, connected through their home network.


The new Dell Streak 7 Tablet with Wi-Fi is available now, starting at £299 including VAT and delivery at

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Still more expensive than a kindle… when will they learn..

  2. So now people in the U.K. can be just as underwhelmed as everybody else that sees this hunk of junk. Dell Stage is a bad April Fool’s joke that somehow made it into a device. I know mfrs depend on customized UIs to “differentiate” themselves from others, in Dell’s case, the Stage does that… just not in the way Dell probably intended it to.

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