Dell launches Streak tablet PC across Europe
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"PC giant Dell has joined the increasing number of
firms offering a tablet device.
"The world's number three computer manufacturer says that its
Streak - also known as the Mini 5 - is the first of a number of
"The Streak is smaller than most tablets with a 5in (12.5cm)
screen and runs Google's Android operating system.
"Analysts said it was a "significant" launch that marked Dell's
return to the handheld computer market.
""This is a data device first and a voice device second," Tavis
Butler of Dell told BBC News."
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