[CES 2010] During its CES Press conference, Dell has announced the development of a 10” Tablet, the Dell Streak 10. At the moment, it is a “lab” product, but Dell has a history of bringing products out of the lab once they have been shown in public. The Adamo was once a concept and made it as a product fairly rapidly. Dell didn’t provide much details about the Streak 10, but at the moment, we can only speculate that it too will bepowered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 2. Dell (like everyone else) might also wait for HoneyComb, Google’s version of Android that is more Tablet-friendly. We’ll keep an eye on this, but it looks like the “non-Apple” tablet market will come to maturation by the end of 2011 – with software, hardware and OEMs finally in alignment (photo courtesy of PocketLint).
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