Though this news might not come as a shock to most of you Dell connoisseurs out there, the company is working on some new tablets, besides the Streak
models we could see earlier this month. Dell would like to try out the tablet market, let's say we knew that, but we didn't know about the recently leaked Looking Glass model.
Even if this model engadget discovered yesterday will come quite late compared with the Streak, more precisely in November, at least now you can have a general idea about Dell's plans
and perhaps don't rush into buying the first tablet that comes your way.
The Looking Glass 7-inch tablet will have a Tegra 2 processor and will be operated by a 2.1 version of Android. Dell will make it available with optional ATSC or DVB-T tuners in order for future users to be able to see some of their favorite shows on the go and its 7-inch display will be capable of the 800 x 480 resolution.
Why they have made the screen bigger but with the same image rendering abilities of the 5-inch Streak tablet, we can't tell you for sure, but we can assure you that if you are not watching a movie on your tablet, a bigger screen will come in handy
to anyone while running any of the other applications. See the “Web Browsing Manual” if you don't catch my drift.
The “Google-ing” will be done from an AT&T U-verse browser, engadget
tells us, but here is where Dell's generosity regarding leaked information stops. The newly discovered tablet will have up to 4GB of RAM, which is the same amount as that of the internal flash storage. Of course, 4 GB is too little, which is why Dell provided SDHC card compatibility so that users will be able to enhance this feature to up to 32 GB.
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