Today will be remembered as the day of the Dell in Android history. If the Windows Phone 7
series Lightning, and the Android Thunder, Flash and Smoke weren't enough, Dell rolls out the heavy artillery with the Looking Glass -- an Android tablet that's clearly the big brother to the Streak 5.
Specs you ask? Well, according to Engadget: Android 2.1, optional TV tuner module with ATSC or DVB-T modes, 800x480 display, 4 GB ROM, 4GB RAM, 32 GB SDHC slot, 1.3 megapixel camera, and the Tegra 2 processor. Suh-weeet!
Of course no word on carrier, but the renders show the AT&T U-verse browser, so it looks like this will hit the U.S. for sure in some flavor. Welcome to the party, Dell. [Engadget ]
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