Dell and T-Mobile have unveiled a new 7 inch tablet which has a larger screen and faster processor than Dell’s first entry into the consumer tablet space, the Dell Streak 5. The new Dell Streak 7 will be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor and Android 2.2 and Dell’s Stage UI.

The tablet will work with T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network with speeds up to 22MB/s. The Streak 7 also supports WiFi and Bluetooth and has has 1.3MP and 5MP cameras and a 7 inch Gorilla Glass display. The Streak 7 has 16GB of storage.

T-Mobile will also offer live and on-demand TV content for the tablet.

You can check out a promo video after the break.

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