The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Dell's CEO, Michael Dell, unveiled a previously unknown Android-powered tablet at a conference today. Little wasrevealed about the tablet, but we do know that it is 7" and is aimed to take on the iPad, like so many other tablets these days.
The photo above is an altered photo from Engadget, as there are no photos circulating the web from his presentation. Engadget has a decent reason for the photo's contents, as the device placed into Mr. Dell's hand is the device they believe to be the device in question.
Here is what Engadget had to say about the device:
Sadly, Mr. Dell left us high and dry with dates and specs (and the lack of photos from the event doesn't help, either), but we'll bet you that this is the long-rumored Looking Glass.
Here is Engadget's coverage on what may likely be the specs of the unknown device. We might be looking at Android 2.1 with 4GB or RAM and 4GB of onboard storage, topped off with a 1.3MP camera.
It was also revealed at the conference that the Dell Streak will be on sale at Best Buy in October. Expect more Dell tablets on the way, as Dell said they "will have a series of these devices," due to the company's ability "to test different form factors on the market."
Other Sources: Engadget
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Source: The Wall Street Journal