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Thursday, 23 December 2010 11:24

Dell drops Streak to US $400

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Ship date in January

Dell has dropped the price of its Android 2.2 loving Dell Streak down to US $399.99. The only bad side is that you have to wait for it as the estimated ship date is set at 10th of January. Of course we are talking about an unlocked Carbon Black 16GB version.

The device ships with Android 1.6 but you'll get a 2.2 update once the device gets some internet. The US $180 price-cut came as a surprise and without a direct announcement from Dell but our guess is that Dell is simply feeling the heat from other Android slates as users are going for a larger screen devices in the same class.

The 32GB version also got a US $180 price drop and is currently listed at Dell's site for US $498.99. Europe, or to be precise, German Dell, is still listing it at €549, and we are not sure if we'll see a price update there as well, but you can find it here available for as low as €409.

You can find them here.

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