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Same Roots for Aero and Streak, But Different Ends

Written on August 25, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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Like parents that boo-booed the perfect first baby, Dell came up with a second--the Dell Aero. But winging into the market as the PC company's first smartphone, it is presented not as a sibling but a first cousin to the shortfall hybrid Dell Streak.

Definitely without the tablet trappings, the Aero edges itself into a market undergoing an overly-induced growth spurt that makes it harder to compete. The question for any new smartphone at the entrance: Where does the difference lie?

Dell’s Android device starts with the right price: a unit costing $99 for a 2-year contract with AT&T. It sells $299 on the Dell website, the only current store location for Aeros. Not only does it cost less, it weighs less than most rivals.

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Dell Streak to Come on “late July”

Written on July 28, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Ever had a device that fits into the palm of your hand? This new device from Dell is designed to give you the “watch, listen, play and connect” that you’ve been long wishing.

Taking the good times wherever you go maybe hard. But Dell’s Streak with a brilliant 5” screen let’s you watch, play, stay connected and listen altogether. It is also equipped with a dual camera (front and back) with a calibrating 5-megapixel camera for capturing photos and videos of your life. Watch YouTube then post everything from your Streak. What more can you ask for this scratch-resistant sweet thing?

Even going through a series of reviews we cannot disclose a specific date for the U.S. release. The company has been modest, but they are giving us an incredibly sweet tidbit : “available for purchase in late July”. This will give us 10 days so we’re now looking at the “pre-sale” button on Dell’s site.

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