Tagged: looking glass
Looking Glass tablet has been caught crossing the FCC, complete with UMTS/WCDMA support for both AT&T and T-Mobile USA. The filing for the M02M - which is believed to have a 7-inch display and run NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chipset - also lists WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. There's also a SIM card slot and an SD card slot, both accessed via a door on the side of the Looking Glass; it's unclear at this stage whether the tablet will be able to make voice calls, like the Dell Streak or not. It also seems that the back panel is non-removable, suggesting a non-user-replaceable battery. We're expecting to see the Looking Glass launch at CES 2011 next month as the Dell Streak 7. [via Engadget]
WiFi certification. The Dell M02M is described as a smartphone with WiFi b/g/n, but the M02M product code is close to the M01M of the original 5-inch Streak. The new device could well be the "Looking Glass" 7-inch tablet, which Michael Dell whipped out briefly back in September and which was alluded to on case-manufacturer Vaja's site recently, or it might be the Dell Opus One. That's been described as the successor - Streak 2, if you prefer - to the original Streak, with a 5-inch higher-resolution panel and a dual-core CPU. [via Pocketnow]
Vaja. The Vaja product page now lists Dell Streak 5" & 7" as a category, though so far there's only a generic carry case for 7-inch tablets on offer. CEO Michael Dell brought the 7-inch tablet - also known by its Looking Glass codename - on stage back in September for a very brief demo, and shortly after the WSJ suggested the device would launch within mere weeks. That failed to transpire, however; hopefully Vaja's mention of the tablet means it's coming sooner rather than later. [via Streak Smart]
old roadmap has recently surfaced on Android Central with a few Android devices we haven’t seen until now. The Sparta, Athens and looking Glass HD (codenames for now, don’t think these names will stick).