Peer into the Looking Glass, New Dell Tablet Leaked

It has certainly been a huge leak day dealing with new Dell products!  The latest deals with their new tablet, called the Looking Glass which is pictured to the left. In a report on Engadget, the new Dell tablet is described as a bigger version of the Streak 5 that is due out in November.  The unit is geared to be pretty slick at launch, with Android 2.1 running  on a Tegra 2 processor.  There is reportedly also an optional TV tuner you can connect to the unit to watch ATSC programming, which is a nice touch.

An interesting tidbit that may go along with this option is the fact if you look closely at the screen shot to the left, you will see an AT&T U-Verse button on the top of the shot.  There is no additional info on this but it certainly is interesting.  It will be cool to see if and how this would be implemented and rolled out to users.

The memory on the unit is listed at 4gb, with another 4gb of flash memory for storage.  There is a SDHC slot which will allow up to another 32gb of expansion room.  The camera on the unit is only 1.3 MP, which seems a bit low for a unit like this. But overall, it could be an exciting unit, and another option in the tablet category.

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