Dell Streak 7 tablet reviewed – is it actually worth those $200?
4 June 2014
Excerpt: Although not a big fan of huge smartphones, I must say I enjoyed playing with the Dell Streak 5 back when it was launched. That’s why I was eagerly expecting a true tablet from Dell and the first one is the 7 inch version, the Dell Streak 7.
Dell Streak 7 Review Roundup: 'Meh' Would Be An Understatement
2 February 2014
Excerpt: Let's face it: Dell's new Streak 7 isn't exactly the hottest member of the CES Android tablet litter. In fact, the seven-inch tablet's mediocre screen and disappointing performance became painfully visible, even in the short period of time we Well now the early reviews are in - and frankly, they...
Summary: Dell has just introduced the Dell Streak 7, a tablet that is marketed as a potent product to work, but also to play, watch video and “be watched” in video calls. The Streak 7 is also presented as an accomplished eReader and an overall multimedia device to consume music, photo and the web.
Conclusion: Luckily for the Dell Streak 7, there are some aspects about it that propel it to be a decent Android tablet despite seeing some blemishes on its report. Although it makes us wonder if Dell rushed the development of the tablet, the inclusion of its contemporary hardware combined with its affordable...
Excerpt: If you're looking for a silicone case for your Dell Streak 7, then I really hope you like purple because it seems to be the only color the $20 official gel skin comes in. It's the only one I've ever seen on T-Mobile's website and in stores, anyway.
Summary: Dell has chosen a powerful hardware platform for its latest Tablet offering. This is a good choice, as faster browsing and faster Adobe Flash support make the user experience better. The hardware is also currently the best you can find to play 3D games.
Summary: The Dell Streak 7 is a competent tablet, especially with respect to performance and hardware. The NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC lends the Streak 7 some serious computing power for both work and play. The Streak 7 packs front and rear cameras which are well calibrated and take good pictures.
Pros: Excellent performance with NVIDIA Tegra 2, Great build quality, Good 5MP camera, Front-facing 1.3MP cam, Thin, light and sleek, Reasonably priced
Cons: Somewhat limited LCD viewing angles, Low screen resolution, Stage UI a little sluggish, Mediocre battery life, Dell 30-pin proprietary docking port
The Streak 7: Bargain Tablet From Dell Is No Real Deal
All Things Digital
10 February 2011
Excerpt: 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.