It’s the sixth chapter of the overall review of the Dell Streak 7, so let’s talk about its internet and connectivity. Sure, one main selling point possessed by this affordable tablet is that it’s supported by the T-mobile’s 4G HSPA+ network. So perhaps you can call it an affordable crazy fast little thing. Built upon GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) and UMTS (850/1700/1900/2100 MHz) quad-band frequency, you can always take this device with you, wherever you go and still stay connected. But in case you’re out of reach of any cellular connections, Dell has also put WiFi service on-board as an alternative.
Moreover the built-in Bluetooth enables you to tether this device with any Bluetooth-supported devices wirelessly. It might make you little discontent, however, as you find that there is no HDMI-out support for this tablet. Considering that it’s a common feature among typical devices, Dell shouldn’t have done this miserable thing.
Anyway, back to internet connectivity, you’ll likely feel amazed of what it can do as it shows no significant difference from other high tier tablets at loading the Web pages. I think it’s mostly because of the Android Froyo that empower it and of course, the T-mobile 4G connectivity. Complicated and heavily filled with flash content pages are no big deals for the Streak 7. Coupled those fact with its responsive nature, web browsing experience is far more than acceptable.