We’ve heard about Dell Streak quite a while ago, October 2009 to be more precise, but now it’s time to get up close and personal with the tablet, since CES 2010 is going on these days. The device is a 5 inch MID, that was available in Las Vegas as a prototype, referred to by its maker as the “Dell Tablet Concept”.

Dell Streak runs Android OS, comes with a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, 3G connectivity and probably some AT&T services supported, since the carrier is working closely with Dell lately. In case you didn’t know, AT&T will be selling the Android-based Dell Mini 3 smartphone, so it wouldn’t surprise us to see the Streak in the operator’s portofolio.

After a couple of seconds of hands on experience, the folks of Pocket-lint and a few other sites present at CES claimed that the Dell tablet is very thin and promising. We’ll wait for the final spec sheet and more details, till we give a verdict.

[via slashgear]