The Goods: 4 New Android Tablets
A close runner-up, the Streak has a 5-inch touchscreen that quickly registered our swipes, gestures, and taps. As was the case with all the tablets we tested, the small keyboard felt cramped. The 7.7-ounce tablet was a bit sluggish during video games, despite a powerful 1GHz processor. The Streak runs on an older version of Android that does not support Flash, though Dell plans to update to Android 2.2 over the air this year. The tablet has 2GB of memory, with the ability to add up to 32GB. Its battery lasts about nine hours.
COST: $550 or $300 with an AT&T contract