Brighthand writes about a possible follow up device from Dell to replace the Streak called the Opus One, but I’m not sure that the tablet phone format really works.

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  1. I got to try a Dell Streak yesterday. It's OK. The screen is surprisingly big.

    But I like the 7″ size of the Galaxy Tab much more. The 16:9 ratio 7″ tablet format is excellent.

    The jury is still out on the integrated phones in these smaller tablets. I suspect there's no one answer to this.

    Some people don't make a lot of cellphone calls. But almost everyone needs to have a cellphone for emergencies like running out of milk.

    Devices like the Streak and the Galaxy Tab are very mobile. (Much more so than the iPad.) It seems a bit redundant for some users to carry a phone if they are already carrying a 3G-capable device like a Streak or a Galaxy Tab. (The US version of the Galaxy Tab doesn't offer the phone feature. I suspect they did that to avoid confusion, and to avoid the accusations of how “dorky” you would look holding it up to your head.)

  2. I'm still quite interested in the Galaxy player but I haven't heard to much more about it since the 1st video came out.

    I do like the idea of a PDA format Android device.

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