Michael Dell Begins Teasing Next Tablet

Here we go again.  Michael Dell is out and about teasing Android tablets.  Speaking at the Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco today, he casually pulled out a 7-inch tablet where he then left us hanging.  No price, no name, no availability.  That’s quite alright with us though.  It looks an awful lot like the Looking Glass tablet leaked earlier this year.  Should it prove to be the same device, we could be looking at a November launch with Tegra 2 power. As for their first device, the Streak, Mr. Dell that it would be available at Best Buy Co. stores soon.

Source: Engadget Mobile

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  1. anakin78z
    September 22, 15:25 Reply

    Heh, well if past experience is anything to go by, this will be available fall of next year, running android 2.0.

  2. Pedro
    September 22, 18:19 Reply

    Doesn’t Michael know that Oracle doesn’t approve of Android? Wonder if he got kicked out of the conference.

  3. The_Omega_Man
    September 23, 02:18 Reply

    “Oracle do you see what you are F***ing with here?” “Do ya?”

  4. Mikerla
    September 23, 08:28 Reply

    Give us something that does not require a data plan under $400! I have enough contracts to pay for.

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