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This 5 inch Android tablet was built for on-the-go web browsing and movie watching. It's also a phone, digital camera, Sat Nav device and a one-stop app destination!

Beautiful design...

Slim and light; Streak can be carried with you everywhere. This slender, curvy tablet is designed for comfortable prolonged use with clear viewing angles and a long battery life. The hard wearing display is crafted from patented Gorilla Glass that resists damage.

Incredible performance...

Dell Streak gets its name from the super-fast 1GHz Qualcomm processor inside; which is powerful enough to open every app instantly, no matter how many home screens you choose to create. There's no limit to the amount of pages you can populate your Streak's multi screen environment with - so why not dedicate each one to a topic or theme?

Brilliant web browsing...

Streak is built around a flawless 5 inch touch screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio and full multi touch support. You can go online via 3G or Wi-Fi and view entire web pages without having to stretch or pull content into view.

Powerful features...

An Android device; Streak gives you one-touch access to what's important, from favourite contacts to messages, Facebook updates to the famous Android Market, where over 35,000 apps are now available to download. There's also an impressive 5 Megapixel camera with dual LED flash, and a separate front-facing camera. Google Maps with Street View make it easy to navigate your way around.

A brand new kind of mobile computing device; Dell Streak makes it easy to enjoy widescreen movie playback and comfortable web browsing on the move. It's powerful, lightweight and user-friendly.
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#1
Does this display Flash content? I have been struggling with a flaky N810 bluetoothed to a Viewty as I still have not found the ideal all in one device yet. I looked at the N900 but it's too expensive for me.
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When updated with Android 2.2 (Froyo) yes should be perfect. My desire currently uses the HTC flash player which is ok and works for main websites.
#3
The O2 blog posted the tariff details at
http://blog.o2.co.uk/home/2010/06/here-comes-the-streak.html
and it seems that 2 years with the 12 month simplicity for 300 minutes works out cheaper than 24 months at 100 minutes. Totalling after 2 years, £710 for simplicity compared to £750 24 months for fewer minutes.

You can also cancel after 12 months if you're find a better deal.

Only problem is, i have no idea how to buy the streak online with a simplicity sim that gices unlimited wifi too. I will go to a shop/phone up and see if I can get it from there.
#4
The desire looks a bit better than this - and can get it for around this price on monthly contracts. Good deal if you want one though.
#5
clickspace
The O2 blog posted the tariff details at
http://blog.o2.co.uk/home/2010/06/here-comes-the-streak.html
and it seems that 2 years with the 12 month simplicity for 300 minutes works out cheaper than 24 months at 100 minutes. Totalling after 2 years, £710 for simplicity compared to £750 24 months for fewer minutes.

You can also cancel after 12 months if you're find a better deal.

Only problem is, i have no idea how to buy the streak online with a simplicity sim that gices unlimited wifi too. I will go to a shop/phone up and see if I can get it from there.



But then you'd have to pay for the Streak? £400 on its own...
#6
Babbler;8765930
The desire looks a bit better than this - and can get it for around this price on monthly contracts. Good deal if you want one though.


Different devices shurely? Desire is more useful if you want a phone, this is more useful if you want something a bit larger for interwebs etc....
#7
motoroller
But then you'd have to pay for the Streak? £400 on its own...


Ive just noticed O2 have changed the prices on the blog - how sneaky is that!

It was £350 for 16GB and £400 for 32GB Im sure of it.
#8
Android 2.1 is a great system for a phone, but might be better waiting for 2.2 froyo firmware update though, this allow you to turn the device into a wifi-hotpot, so you can then use other devices, through it to connect to the internet. With all Android devices, the battery life, while not terrible, it does need to be charged every day - heavy use, and every couple or three days for light use. GPS, Wifi, 3G all kill the battery pretty quick.

New iphone looks very nice, but it seems Steve Jobs is building the Berlin Wall around that pretty garden - the content you might already have or purchase. Getting data on and off the ipad is ridiculously tedious. With Android you can sync wirelessly to itune playlists, and its all done in the background. Android phone OS is very good, and open..
#9
I got one of these a week ago on the £35 a month contract. Its great for browsing and online apps but as a phone its hard work. A hidden cost is the ludicrous price of the accessories which currently are only made by Dell. No cheap ebay alternatives are around yet as its only out in the UK.

I would say if you use your phone for 90% web and apps then its worth it but if you make lots of calls then look at the smaller alternatives.
#10
falum
I got one of these a week ago on the £35 a month contract. Its great for browsing and online apps but as a phone its hard work. A hidden cost is the ludicrous price of the accessories which currently are only made by Dell. No cheap ebay alternatives are around yet as its only out in the UK.

I would say if you use your phone for 90% web and apps then its worth it but if you make lots of calls then look at the smaller alternatives.


I've been struggling to find accessories too... there are some screen protectors on ebay for a few quid and a pre-order for a case for £8. Carphone Warehouse also sell a folio case for £12 which you can have delivered to store if that works out better for you..

Overall i'm loving it though! If you get hold of allok video convertor (easily the best video convertor i've tried and i've tried them all!) too you it will convert AVi's at just the right screen resolution (i can pm the settings over if you need them) and et voila - movies on a five inch screen on the way to work!

EDIT - WHat apps are you using? I'm fairly new to android...
#11
Flodd
I've been struggling to find accessories too... there are some screen protectors on ebay for a few quid and a pre-order for a case for £8. Carphone Warehouse also sell a folio case for £12 which you can have delivered to store if that works out better for you..

Overall i'm loving it though! If you get hold of allok video convertor (easily the best video convertor i've tried and i've tried them all!) too you it will convert AVi's at just the right screen resolution (i can pm the settings over if you need them) and et voila - movies on a five inch screen on the way to work!

EDIT - WHat apps are you using? I'm fairly new to android...


The 3 best apps I can recommend are swype, rock player ( plays most video files so won't need to recode your avi files) and mixzing for music. There's a huge amount of potential for this device.
#12
Flodd
falum
I got one of these a week ago on the £35 a month contract. Its great for browsing and online apps but as a phone its hard work. A hidden cost is the ludicrous price of the accessories which currently are only made by Dell. No cheap ebay alternatives are around yet as its only out in the UK.

I would say if you use your phone for 90% web and apps then its worth it but if you make lots of calls then look at the smaller alternatives.


I've been struggling to find accessories too... there are some screen protectors on ebay for a few quid and a pre-order for a case for £8. Carphone Warehouse also sell a folio case for £12 which you can have delivered to store if that works out better for you..

Overall i'm loving it though! If you get hold of allok video convertor (easily the best video convertor i've tried and i've tried them all!) too you it will convert AVi's at just the right screen resolution (i can pm the settings over if you need them) and et voila - movies on a five inch screen on the way to work!

EDIT - WHat apps are you using? I'm fairly new to android...


Amazon's free Kindle app is good and I use the BBC news app which is very good. Also Advanced Task killer and Quick settings (think that's what its called).

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