Dell's already got 5 and 7-inch Android tablets on the market, and the company has teased a 10-inch slate in the past, as well. Not much has been revealed about the 10-incher, but today the folks at Tweakers claim to have been given all of the details on the device. According to the site's sources, the tablet will be dubbed the "Dell Streak Pro" and will feature a 10-inch 1280x800 display, 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 T20 processor, 5-megapixel camera, 2-megapixel camera around front, 1GB memory, SDHC memory card slot, a brushed aluminum backside, and an unknown version of Honeycomb. There will allegedly be 16, 32, or 64GB variants, as well as an option for AT&T LTE connectivity on some models. Finally, the Streak Pro will have a bevy of optional accessories available, including a "productivity dock" and a cover that can fold closed and will feature a built-in keyboard. Tweakers says that the Streak Pro could launch next month, which jibes with a previous leak which claimed that a 10-inch Dell Honeycomb tablet could arrive in June with a $499 price tag.
If these specs hold up, it sounds like Dell may have a pretty respectable Android tablet on its hands. There's nothing terribly mind-blowing about the Streak Pro, although the brushed aluminum backing and possibility of AT&T LTE are nice additions. What do you all make of the Dell Streak Pro? Will it be able to stand up to devices like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Motorola XOOM, and the upcoming HTC Puccini?