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I've got the wifi version.
Pros: Good price point for a 4G-capable tablet. Easy to carry, friendly size, responsive in the menus, charges off USB.
Cons: LAUGHABLE battery life - keep a USB booster battery on you, poor quality screen compared to competitive tablets.
More on the screen: Of all my Android devices, my Dell Streak has the lowest grade display. If you're used to high res, it can look blocky, and it washes out - even at full brightness - under sunlight. Further, it has a surprisingly narrow view angle.
Final verdict: Even with its shortcomings, I still love my Streak, and would recommend it. And a USB booster battery...
1 Samsung Modus Bluetooth Headset Kit, 2 MuzxDNA Earphones (one lost, one destroyed) superceded by 2 MEElectronics M16 Earphones, 2 Phantom S107's, 1 Art101 124-piece art set, iGo rechargable battery set, way more Fuji batteries than I immediately know what to do with, 1 Dell Streak 7" Tablet
1 Big Old Chevy dated 3/22/2011, #4 of the night (!).
1 Bundle of Caravans dated 4/25/2011
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I have one on a desktop dock hacked into the dash on my car. The viewing angle is no problem if you are above it, but it looks abysmal from below.
TMobile has some nice pay as you go data plans now.
It multitasks pretty well. I can run Torque, Navigation and PlayerPro concurrently.
If it won't matter when I'm 90, it's no big deal.
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is it me? or is this just a gaint version of my old cellphone made by dell.....
THEY CALL ME SKIPPY JIFFNUTS ( i cant believe i was posting my full name up here for so long)
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dessndave wrote:Editing this as somehow it double posted & all i did is press 1 time.
Might I say how nice it is to have servers acting faster then ever
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