Summary Box: Review of Dell Streak tablet phone

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THE PRODUCT: Dell Inc.’s Streak device ($300 with a two-year contract from AT&T) is both a tablet computer and a cell phone.

THE FEATURES: The Streak includes a huge 5-inch touch screen and runs Google Inc.’s Android operating software. It has a 5-megapixel digital camera and includes a 16-gigabyte microSD memory card for storing videos, photos and music.

THE BOTTOM LINE: The Streak is good for watching videos, but its operating software _ version 1.6 of Android _ is relatively old. It’s also uncomfortable to make calls on. Overall, the phone is simply too awkward.

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