Dell Streak 7
Fast HSPA speeds.
Dual Core Tegra 2 CPU.
Sensitive capacitive touch screen.
5-megapixel camera with LED flash.
Attractive Dell Stage widgets.
Wi-Fi Hotspot feature doesn't cost extra.
16GB of memory and can support a 32GB memory card.
Poor battery life.
Grainy looking 720p video recording.
Non-optimized core Android apps.
Low quality display.
Crashed twice - once going dark for an hour - in the first day of testing.
Download/upload speeds not comparable with other 4G devices.
Preloaded apps for video and photo use lower resolution and image quality by default.
Video chat apps are nearly unusable.
Dell's Stage interface doesn't make up for the stale operating system.
By V3.co.uk on June 28, 2012
With Google having unveiled its own-brand, Asus-built Nexus 7 tablet running its new Android 4.1 Jellybean operating system, V3 takes a look at how it compares to the rest of the competition on the market. The Nexus 7 - around £159To start with,...-
By theregister.co.uk on July 27, 2011
Better late than never, the Dell Streak 7 fixes most of the problems found in its predecessor, at a much reduced price. With a quick CPU, plenty of storage and a near enough up-to-date version of Android, it makes for a convenient hand-held connected...80
By Government Computer News on July 01, 2011
The Streak 7 is a good choice for someone who would like a smaller tablet and doesn’t want to pay a lot to get it. The Streak...80
By NotebookCheck on May 28, 2011
The Streak makes a very good impression in the test. However, if the Streak will sell is another story. For one thing, the market is already fairly saturated with 7" models. For another, the more attractive successor model with a 10 inch display...83
By CellPhoneQuick on April 15, 2011
The battery life is my biggest complaint with the Streak 7 and in terms of battery life the Tab is a better option.I want to see how the Streak 7 performs when either Gingerbread or Honeycomb become available as an update. From things like...-
By Phone Arena on April 07, 2011
Luckily for the Dell Streak 7, there are some aspects about it that propel it to be a decent Android tablet despite seeing some blemishes on its report. Although it makes us wonder if Dell rushed the development of the tablet, the inclusion of its...65
By IT PRO on March 23, 2011
Dell's second attempt at a tablet isn't bad, but it already feels a little out of date even before it's released. It's worth keeping an eye on, but it will face stiff competition from the upcoming onslaught of Android 3.0 tablets....-
By MobilesRoom on March 21, 2011
Bigger bulk, a smaller screen size, a below-average display, an unimpressive touch response, lack of FM radio and a short battery life – complaints are endless about this device. But the reasonable pricing and powerful multimedia features save the...-
By MobileTechReview on February 11, 2011
The Dell Streak 7 isn't a bad Android tablet, it's just not a great Android tablet. For those on a budget willing to make concessions, we definitely see a place for less than top drawer products, but saving only $50 over the life a a 2 year...60
By HotHardware on February 10, 2011
The Dell Streak 7 delivers excellent performance. In our benchmarks, the Streak 7 was able to take the top spot in most tests. NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chip continues to prove itself very competent in both general processing and graphics intensive...-