That Dell tablet that just got its WiFi certification? It looks like it will be the new Dell Streak 7, and be showing up on your television in a series of commercials. Engadget got hold of the slides for the commercial script, along with a little Easter egg -- one of them shows a Netflix app, which we knew was coming eventually. There's a full set of slides at the source link, and they're worth a look.
It's nice to see Dell sticking to the Streak brand, even if this one's going to end up confusing consumers about the OS with the inclusion of a big fat 7 at the end of the name. Something tells me we'll know more come CES, and in between cold beers we'll find time to tell you. So Dude, are you getting a Dell? [Engadget]
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