So Dell is releasing the Streak – a 5-inch, touchscreen, Android-based mobile internet device, or MID, and Tinhte put video up on YouTube demoing it. It looks like a pretty standard device for the type of stuff it does: the Streak has a
800 x 480 resolution screen, it’s thought to run Android 2.0 and offer Bluetooth, 3G, a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, a microSD card slot and Wi-Fi. Sleek looking shell and easy-to-use features, even a mutant can operate it.
As you will be able to see in the embedded video below, Tinhte seems to be under the auspices of a way-geekier, less-super-powered version of the X-men, who love technology and have extra appendages. Watching the video below, I gotta say, I barely noticed the device, I was so busy counting fingers and toes. Seriously dude – if you’ve got extra digits – at least leave your socks on. Yeesh.