The Streak 7 never has been the success story that its makers wished it to be. Sales figures for the 7 inch tablet have so far defied the big name that it represents. This in spite of the fact that the tablet comes with pretty decent specs. Sure it lacks the depth in display that many of its competitors can boast, but the Streak 7 is also has a dual core Tegra 2 processor as its heart. Performance wise it leaves precious little to complain about and now with the recent announcement from Dell to slash prices by $50, we have another good reason to opt for the Streak 7.
So while the Wi-Fi version of the tablet started out with a price tag of $400, the same can now be yours for a slightly better $349.99. That’s not all as the savings can be even more substantial if you pick up two of the Streak 7s that will cost just $524.98, a saving of about $125 considering individual prices. The twin price package are part of Dell’s Hot Summer Days deal.
Everything else with the Streak 7 remains the same. Like the 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, Android 2.2 Froyo with Dell’s Stage software on top of it, along with of course the 7 inch, 800 x 480 pixel display.
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