The Carphone Warehouse has revealed the price of the upcoming Dell Streak, which it has announced will cost the same as the low-end iPad.
The five-inch touch screen, Android-based tablet is set to launch this Friday solely on the O2 network. Carphone Warehouse will sell the device in its retail stores. Until now, the pricing has been a closely guarded secret.
Taken as a contract-free device, the Dell Streak will cost 429 the same as the low-end iPad or, with a contract, it will be 25 per month including data - a limit hasn't been confirmed as yet - or 35 per month for calls and unlimited data.
The Streak has a five megapixel camera, 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, five-inch capacitive multi-touch screen and it supports up to 32GB on a MicroSD card.
At the time of writing, [a href="https://www.itpro.com/623638/o2-to-sell-dell-streak-tablet-in-june" target="_blank"]O2[/a] could not confirm if it would offer the same tariffs as the Carphone Warehouse.
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