Even though it will be ready for purchase in the United Kingdom tomorrow, US customers won't have to wait long now for the Dell Streak to be available.
According to Engadget, Dell made it known at the D8 conference that consumers stateside will be able to pick up a Streak tablet computer "next month." (That's July, in case you haven't flipped the page on that antique paper calendar to June.)
Priced at $500, the Dell Streak will be available unlocked. No word on whether or not it will be available cheaper or even free (like it is in the UK with O2) with a service provider contract if one should be specified. That's puts it head to head with the 16GB Wi-Fi only version of the iPad, which costs $499. Each has some different features, but the iPad does have a considerably larger screen size.
Do you think they worth the same price tag? And are you thinking of picking up an unlocked Dell Streak soon?
Previous coverage on ZDNet:
- Dell Streak: Big phone, small tablet
- Dell Streak is not the droid you are looking for
- Dell Streak tablet lineup leaked; 7-inch, 10-inch models join 5-inch
- Dell Streak: Mini 5 tablet docs leaked; reveal specs, colors
- Dell Mini 5 is the matriarch for future ‘family of tablets’
- 43 seconds with the Android-powered Dell Mini 5
- Dell Mini 5 tablet: Dell’s answer to the Apple iPad?