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Dell Streak Ripped Apart by iFixIt

There's a few folks out there that, when they get a shiny new toy, immediately want to take it apart and find out all the cool little intricacies of the device. Find out how it ticks, more or less. And, most of them work for iFixIt. The group that's become notorious for ripping apart shiny new gadgets, and detailing what exactly makes them so noteworthy, has done it again. And this time, the Dell Streak made it under their fingers.

Dell Streak Update to Android 2.1 Leaks [Video]

This wouldn't be the first time a version of the Android mobile Operating System leaked out ahead of its intended launch. In fact, it's pretty much a common occurrence now-a-days. Nothing wrong with that at all. This time around, it's for those over there in the UK who've managed to pick up one of Dell's Mobile Internet Devices/tablets. The leaked version hit the Internet earlier today, and plenty of Streak owners managed to go through the update process and take in all the updated goodness.

Dell Blaze Appears on the Scene, Shows Off Android 1.5

We'll go ahead and assume that Dell must not have received the memo. You know the one, where it says that most devices are now running Android 2.x, and that 1.5 is just about as archaic as it gets? That's the one. Why do we say that? Because the Dell Blaze has just shown up on the scene, and apparently it's running 1.5. Some how, 1.6 must have gotten overlooked for whatever reason (maybe Dell doesn't want you to actually use the device).

US Pricing for Dell Streak and Availability finally surface

I you have been waiting for that Dell Streak MID to finally get official pricing and availability your wait is over. Dell has finally offered up the last few details we need to decide if the device is for us or not. The Streak will land on August 13. You will spend $300 for the MID with a new contract for data. The Streak has a 5-inch screen, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS capability, and a 1GHz CPU under the sleek hood. Dell didn’t give us any idea on exactly what version of Android is being used. We would assume Android 1.6 to be on the safe side and hope an upgrade will be offered sooner rather than later. If you don’t want that AT&T data plan the full price for the MID is $550.

Dell Streak Gets Android 2.1 Early Preview [Video]

When the Dell Streak was announced, there was plenty of speculation about what Android version it would come with, once it finally made its way to the market. All of that got figured out, and there was talk about upgrades right off the bat. Engadget managed to get their hands on some exclusive time with the latest update to the Dell Streak, Android 2.1, which is set to be released for O2 branded Streaks next month, and thankfully it's bringing more to the table than just some Live Wallpapers and a new unlock screen.

Dell Streak Will Cost $549 Without Contract, $299 With One

The Dell Streak's hot in the presses today, that's for sure. After we find out that the device itself is back on pre-order, and that the Android-based Mobile Internet Device is indeed coming to the United States, we finally get word --officially-- that the new gadget will cost a cool $200 on a new, two-year contract. But, if you're not a fan of contracts, then you can also get it unlocked and ready to roll for just $549.

Dell Streak Pre-Sales About to Kick Off

There's been a few other Android-based launches the last few days, but hopefully you haven't forgotten about Dell's 5-inch mobile Internet device (MID). It's still coming. And while it didn't show up last week, like we hoped it would, Dell wants you to know it's still happening. Soon. So soon, in fact, that they've managed to begin preparation for a pre-sale period. Sure, we've seen other pre-sales lead to nothing more than vaporware, but we're pretty sure Dell will come through with this one.

Dell Streak now availabe and unlocked in UK

Not too long ago the Dell Streak was reviewed and overall we liked it. Well now in the UK you can buy one, straight from Dell. The Streak is SIM-free and costs around 449 pounds in the UK. In case you've forgotten the specs, the screen is 5 inches, an 800x400 resolution and multitouch support.

Dell Streak Pairs Up With A Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse – Video

Here’s another feature in the hat of the Dell Streak. You can connect a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse to the massive 5 inch screen on the Streak. Currently, the mouse has no functionality but it still cool that it even recognizes it. A Bluetooth keyboard and a nice dock is a great combination. It almost acts as a mini desktop computer. The best part about this is there’s no hacking required. Apparently you just pair up your keyboard and you’re on your way. There is no lag when typing on the keyboard. Everything is displayed almost instantaneously. If you have a Streak, try it out. If you’re still waiting for it to arrive you now have an extra function to look forward too. [viddler id=f81eebd3&w=437&h=288] [via engadget]
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