10 most intriguing tablets of 2011

3. Dell Streak 7

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    A new Dell Streak 7 4G tablet is pictured during a news conference at the Consumer Electronics Show Thursday, Jan. 6, in Las Vegas.
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The last of our 7-inch tablets has less of a clear identity. The Galaxy Tab boasts brilliant picture quality in a petite frame. The PlayBook brings BlackBerry business sense to tablets. And the Dell Streak 7 falls somewhere in between.

Dell's tablet runs the Android's 2.2 operating system, with the ability to upgrade – important for keeping your tablet on the cutting edge.

The front-facing camera allows for live video chat. The Streak enjoys Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections with a battery life of 5-6 hours.

Screen size: 7 inches

Price: $199 with contract; $499 without

OS: Android 2.2

Network: T-Mobile

Available: Now

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