The Dell Streak 7 Android tablet features a 7-inch Scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass touchscreen, pre-installed Adobe Flash 10.1 for web browsing, 6GB of internal storage, plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a built-in GPS. The device runs Android 2.2 Froyo and costs $199.99 with a two-year T-Mobile contract.
"There's no doubt that at $199.99 on contract / $450 off contract the tablet is one of the more decently priced Android slates out there, and its HSPA+ speeds make it incredibly fast, but when you combine its low-resolution screen, poor battery life, and soon-to-be outdated OS, we simply can't recommend it, even if it doesn't break the bank."
"The Dell Streak 7 has one fatal flaw and that is the resolution of the display. The thing is, the display quality is vital to the usage of a tablet and I personally would never buy one because of the display resolution. Another issue I have with it is the apparent limited battery life and again I want a tablet where I do not have to think about battery life for at least a full, busy day of usage."
"Despite its speedy processor and competitive pricing, the Streak 7 is one Android tablet we simply can’t recommend. Because of its unacceptably short battery life, this slate is far less portable than even the weakest smart phone and has less than half the endurance of its chief rival. Currently, the Samsung Galaxy Tab offers the most important features that the Streak lacks: all-day battery life, a 1024 x 600 display that makes the most of its 7-inch size, and compelling custom apps with dual-pane views. While an upgrade to Android 3.0 could help the Streak 7, it probably won’t last long enough on a charge for you to enjoy it."