That’s almost twice as much as a good iPod Touch, and if you wait a few weeks to buy the Touch, you’ll get one with a Retina Display and dual cameras. If Dell can’t make an iPod Touch competitor, who can?
And if you want to argue that at 5 inches diagonally, the Streak is a tablet, that means it costs $50 more than an iPad with a 9.7-inch display. And apparently it’s going to ship with a year-old version of the Android OS. Great work, Dell.
★ Tuesday, 10 August 2010