Walter Mossberg of WSJ and All Things Digital writes: "If you could get a tablet for the price of a smart phone, and if it also worked on one of the new, faster, 4G-class cellular networks, you’d jump at the chance, right? Dell and T-Mobile hope so, and that’s why they’ve brought out the Dell Streak 7, at just $200 with a two-year service contract."
AppSplit: "If you own a Dell Streak 5 and waiting anxiously for a Gingerbread update then you are in luck today, as Dell has officially released the Gingerbread update for the Dell Streak 5. You can simply download the update file [155 MB] that is available on Dell’s website"
Pocket-Lint: The Dell Streak 7 has finally reached the UK, having been available in the USA since the beginning of February on T-Mobile USA.
The Dell Streak 7, is the bigger brother of the Dell Streak 5 and will cost £299 without contract – incidentally the same price as the Samsung Galaxy Tab after a bevy of price drops in recent months.
There were many exciting gadgets that were announced at this year’s CES but many will not be available until much later in the year. Looking to buy something on the bleeding edge right now? No problem. In no particular order, here is a list of the top products announced at CES 2011 that are available right now.