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iPad gets up close & personal with Dell Mini 5

iPad gets up close & personal with Dell Mini 5

We obviously love all of our gadgets equally here at SlashGear, and wouldn't dream of playing favorites, but when someone suggests bringing the toys together and having a good old fashioned comparison photo shoot then count us in.  We found ourselves clutching an iPad up close to Dell's Mini 5 and a host of smartphones this weekend, and since they're not exactly in common circulation we thought you might like to see the end results.

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AT&T Dell Aero revealed

AT&T Dell Aero revealed

Dell's first Android smartphone in the US has been officially confirmed for AT&T, in the shape of the AT&T Dell Aero.  Details about the smartphone are in short supply, with AT&T promising more information at this week's CTIA Wireless 2010 event, but the handset is obviously a reworking of Dell's existing Mini 3i.  That presumably means a 3.5-inch 640 x 360 touchscreen and 3G connectivity.

However, AT&T have confirmed that they - along with Dell - have worked to reskin the Aero's UI, replacing the standard Android interface.  So far we don't know the extent of that customization, since Dell have only released a single image of the Aero, nor when we might be able to pick one up.

[via Android Community]

Dell Mini 5 MID live video

Dell Mini 5 MID live video

Dell were playing the Mini 5 pretty close to their chest back at CES 2010, but the company was a little more open with the MID at MobileFocus this week.  We grabbed some hands-on time, and we have to say we're impressed; the Mini 5 makes the Archos 5 Internet Tablet feel clunky, and while it's just a little too large to be comfortably used as a smartphone, with full phone functionality you could certainly use it as such in a pinch.  Still, the Mini 5 really shines when it comes to media consumption and internet access.

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Dell Mini 3 and Google Nexus One UK launch plans unfold

Dell Mini 3 and Google Nexus One UK launch plans unfold

CES 2010's US-focus means we generally have to wait a little longer to hear about when some of the more appealing gadgets may make their way to foreign shores, but a couple of the headline-grabbing Android smartphones have already been promised to the UK.  Dell confirmed with Electricpig that the Dell Mini 3 would be, perhaps unsurprisingly, headed to the UK, together with the tease that the handset was apparently "built specifically with the UK in mind", while Total Telecom have heard from UK carriers T-Mobile and 3 that they're currently negotiating with Google over the Nexus One.

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Dell Android Tablet Concept (aka Streak) gets brief demo

Dell Android Tablet Concept (aka Streak) gets brief demo

Having shown you leaked images of the Dell Streak 5-inch MID all the way back in October 2009, Dell took to their CES 2010 stage this morning to briefly demo the latest prototype.  Dell are insisting on referring to the MID as the "Dell Tablet Concept" right now, and the only specifications they'll confirm are the Android OS and the 5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash on the back.

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AT&T confirm five Android phones in 1H2010 from Dell, HTC and Motorola UPDATE: Two webOS phones too!

AT&T confirm five Android phones in 1H2010 from Dell, HTC and Motorola UPDATE: Two webOS phones too!

So far AT&T have been pretty cagey when it comes to Android on their network, but it looks like 2010 is the year when it all kicks off.  The carrier has just announced that it will be pushing out five Android-based handsets in the first half of this year, complete with models from HTC, Motorola and Dell.  SlashGear is at AT&T's CES 2010 press conference this morning, and will be bringing you all the details as they arrive.

Update: AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega just confirmed that the carrier will offer two Palm webOS device in the first half of 2010 too.

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HTC Android Tablet appearing privately at CES 2010; Chrome OS version in prototype form?

HTC Android Tablet appearing privately at CES 2010; Chrome OS version in prototype form?

HTC's potential tablet plans have always been played down by the company - CEO Peter Chou edged around speculation a few months back, before speculating that his engineers were "carefully looking" at netbook possibilities later on - but that hasn't stopped the rumors.  According to Smarthouse HTC are preparing "several working models of a touch tablet", including at least one running Google Chrome OS; their sources reckon HTC will be giving private demos of an Android version at CES 2010 next week.

Dell Mini 10 netbook mod creates huge Mini 3i Android phone [Video]

Dell Mini 10 netbook mod creates huge Mini 3i Android phone [Video]

It looks like Dell's Mini 3i smartphone is prompting just as much interest in Android over in China as it does in the US and Europe, as one modder has created their own huge version of the touchscreen handset.  According to Shanzai, the project started off as a Dell Mini 10 netbook - which means this replica Mini 3i has a 10-inch display - which was then reshaped into the smartphone form-factor.  You can see a timelapse video of the conversion after the cut.

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Dell Android MID tipped for CES 2010 launch

Dell Android MID tipped for CES 2010 launch

Only this morning we were pondering why Apple gets all the decent tablet rumors, and now Dell have stepped - or been pushed - into the fray.  According to Pocket-lint, their unnamed sources have spilled the beans on an incoming Dell Android tablet, bigger than a smartphone but smaller than a regular netbook, arriving at CES 2010 in January.  To us, it sounds a whole lot like the Dell Streak we spotted back in October.

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