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Posted at 8:08 AM ET, 12/27/2010

Dell tablet gets nod from FCC, on track to debut at Consumer Electronics Show

By Hayley Tsukayama


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Endgadget reported that Dell's Mobile Internet Device, more commonly known by its codename Looking Glass, got its nod from the Federal Communications Commission Monday morning. The tablet, which the site is calling the "iPad eviscerator," is a seven-inch version of Dell's Android-powered Streak.
According to Endgadget, the FCC has given its blessing for the tablet's components, which include integrated 3G, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, and 802.11n WiFi radios.

The gadget is expected to debut officially at the Consumer Electronics Show next month.

By Hayley Tsukayama  | December 27, 2010; 8:08 AM ET
Categories:  CES 2010, Computers, Gadgets  
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This new version of the Streak will not go anywhere without the absolute latest version of android. The present Streak is hobbled by 1.6. Like running Windows 95 in 2010.

Posted by: dleithaus | December 29, 2010 6:05 AM | Report abuse

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