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Wednesday, 11 August 2010 12:58

Dell Streak to hit AT&T on August 13th

Written by Slobodan Simic
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$300 with two-year contract

Dell has finally announced that its Dell Streak 5-inch Tablet will finally be available at AT&T on August 13th. This 5-inch tablet has stired a lot of attention from the first moment that it appeared on the net and it looks like that the wait is finally over.

Those that are willing to give their soul to AT&T for two years will be walking out with a Dell Streak for US $299.99, while those that just want the Streak will need to cough up US $549.99 for it. Unfortunately, the Streak will be rolling out with Android 1.6 but there are hopes that Android 2.1 update is just around the corner.

You can find more here.

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