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It is now official that this morning, Dell launched its new 10-inch tablet, the Dell Streak 10. The Streak is the third Android tablet launched by Dell but it is the first of the three to have a 10-inch screen and to come with Android 2.3 also known as Honeycomb. The new tablet is said to provide a rough competition with other popular tablets that are out right now such as Apple’s iPad or Motorola’s Xoom.
Not many specifications were released by we do know that the Streak is half of an inch think as well as weighing 1.5 pounds. It also has a brushed aluminum back with a 1280 x 800 screen on the front. There will also be front and rear facing cameras (front being 5 megapixels). Some other features included at full 1080p HD video playback, and SD card slot, and a dual-core processor.
One of the interesting capabilities about this new tablet is that upon purchase, the user will get the option to also purchase a portable dock for the Streak. This dock allows connections similar to a PC. These connections include multiple USB ports, an HDMI port, and an Ethernet port. There will also be connections making external monitors possible.
Since the Dell Streak 10 is being debuted in China first, it is being sold for 2,999 yen which equals out to be around $465.
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Earlier this evening at CES, Lenovo showed off their first compter tablet, the LePad. The LePad will start off in China being sold anywhere from $399 to $449. Bringing the tablet to the U.S. is still unsure but there is talk that if they decide to, the LePad will be able to connect to the Android market.
The tablet itself looks pretty good. It has a 10.1 inch screen and runs Android 2.2 OS. It will run on a 1.2 GHz processor making it very quick and easy to use.
Not much is known yet but Lenovo also stated that they will be creating more tablet devices later this year to be released in the U.S. so it looks like there is already a lot to look forward to this year, tablets tablets and more tablets.