Dell Streak Gets $300 Price Tag with 2-Year AT&T Contract, Released This Week

After months of hype and anticipation, the Dell Streak phablet has finally gotten an official price tag.  Starting as early as this coming Thursday (12th), the 5-inch behemoth will run $299 (with two-year AT&T contract) or $549 (contract-free), depending on your approach.   Gee whiz, that sounds familiarFor those of you who registered for the presale priority, you’ll be happy to know you will be given first dibs when it comes to ordering.  Oh… you also get free two-day shipping as well.  Not bad, huh?  General orders begin Friday…the 13th.

Say what you will about the Android 1.6, but we think guy might be a good pickup whenever Dell delivers on the promised 2.2 update.

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2 Comments

  1. search engine position
    August 11, 04:57 Reply

    These is one of the great facility. There are so many advance facility will be available in these Dell streak. It will gives a good pick up and provide a huge facility.

  2. Hal (GT)
    August 11, 16:17 Reply

    Looks like a cool device. Though do we really need some thing that large on a cell plan?

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