This summer, Dell will be releasing a Honeycomb powered 10 -inch Android tablet that will be called the Dell Streak Pro. A pair of 10-inch Dell tablets, one running Windows 7 on those gaudy new Oak Trail chips from Intel and the other pushing Android 3.0 with a Tegra T25. We already saw these devices leaked in February, but now we have some specs and release dates.
The Wintel powered Latitude ST boasts a resolution of 1366 x 768, 2GB of RAM, up to a 128GB SSD, GPS, an accelerometer, both front- and rear-facing cameras, an 8-hour removable battery, and “1080p video output,” which we assume means HDMI-out.
The Android-flavored Streak Pro will sport a 10-inch WXGA 1280×800 resolution display, an NVIDIA Tegra T25 processor, 2 microphones, and it will be a Data Only device which unfortunately means no phone calls.
It’ll also come with an ‘Enterprise application stack’ aimed at business types as well as Dell’s ‘Stage 1.5’ user interface.
Pricing is still up in the air, but Dell is or at least was planning on getting this thing out in June, followed by the Latitude XT3 convertible tablet in July, and the Latitude ST in October.