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Spotlight Review: Dell Streak 7 Tablet

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Display Resolution: 
1024 x 768
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Screen Size: 
Under 7 in
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Senior Friendly Features: Large Memory [rating:4] Ample Apps [rating:4.5] Lightweight [rating:4]  High Resolution [rating:3] Long Battery Life [rating:3.5] Large Screen [rating:3] Speaker Sound Quality [rating:3.5] Easy To Use [rating:4] Ease Of Typing [rating:3.5] Processor [rating:4]

Dell’s new Streak 7 tablet is the new, bigger brother to the diminutive 5″ Dell Streak. The new Dell Streak 7 has a 7″ screen and is the first tablet to market with 4G data speeds. It also works on 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi. Though it’s not running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) at this point, it comes with a lot of other powerful features. A dual-core processor, 16 GB of on-board storage as well as a MicroSD slot for up to 32GB more, it runs Adobe Flash content and any app on the Android Market.

It comes pre-loaded with T-Mobile TV (Live and on-demand TV), Qik Video Chat (for easy use of the front-facing camera), BrainPOP (educational content), Zinio (Online newsstand), Amazon Kindle app, Blockbuster On Demand, Let’s Golf game and Slacker Radio.

It’s available on T-Mobile’s network with a prepaid or monthly data contract for $449. The prepaid plan is great for seniors who want to stay within a budget and not pay for more than they really use.

  • Android 2.2-powered mobile tablet with 7-inch multi-touch display loaded with entertainment and multimedia apps
  • Enabled for T-Mobile’s ultra-fast 4G network; Pay as You Go with prepaid and monthly data plans
  • Rear 5-MP camera for photos and video; front-facing 1.3-MP camera for video chats via Qik service
  • Ultra-fast Wireless-N Wi-Fi (with Wi-Fi sharing); Bluetooth connectivity; 16 GB memory; microSD memory expansion; multi-format media player
  • Up to 4 hours of video playback, up to 72 hours (3 days) of standby time; released in January, 2011
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