Dell Aero Due in June, Larger Streak Tablets Coming

Engadget scored a couple bits of Dell-related Android news today and was only happy to share with the world.  First up, the Dell Aero handset is due out in early June.  You know the Aero, right?  It’s that other locked down AT&T handset besides the Backflip.

It appears that there are a pair of larger tablets on the horizon from the PC giant as well.  Beyond the 5-inch Dell Streak due out later this summer, we can expect a 7-inch and 10-inch version.  The 7-inch model should be here in late 2010 while the larger iteration is likely to drop in 2011.

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6 Comments

  1. Thomas
    April 17, 04:24 Reply

    While I am not generally a fan of Dell products, I certainly would be interested in owning an Android tablet! I am really hoping for Google to release one themselves though.

    Thomas

  2. eka
    July 13, 19:03 Reply

    thank you so much for sharing. nice post. like this :p

  3. cooper
    August 23, 15:52 Reply

    Well,

    I was looking forward to this. but if att is going to lock down ANOTHER phone, Then perhaps Its time I start looking into another carrier.

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