A new Dell Tablet streaks in

Dell Streak 5aa

KUALA LUMPUR: Dell has launched its latest Android-based Tablet hybrid device, the Streak 5.

It is a compact and lightweight device that measures less than 10mm thick and it sports a 5in display (800 x480-pixels) that is enhanced by a scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass touchscreen.

The ultraportable device is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and runs Android 2.2 Froyo.

In addition, the Streak 5 comes with Dell’s new Stage interface that runs on top of the operating system and is designed to provide easy access to content like e-mails, pictures and music.

On top of that, the Stage interface will allow users to access their social networks like Facebook and Twitter from the homepage and also access up to nine recently used applications.

Users can take 5-megapixel photos with the rear autofocus camera that comes with dual LED flash. There is also a front-facing VGA camera for video calls.

The Streak 5 can used as a portable WiFi hotspot using Android 2.2 and the connection can be shared with up to eight devices.

Additionally the Streak 5 can be used as a personal navigation device as it has an integrated A-GPS and e-compass feature for location-based applications like Google Maps.

It comes with 2GB of internal storage and is bundled with a 16GB MicroSD card.

The Dell Streak 5 is available now for RM2,099.

++++ www.dell.com.my

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