Quartet of Dell Streaks spotted in the wild in Seattle, testing for AT&T

Tim Stevens
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Tim Stevens
May 20, 2010 2:33 PM
Quartet of Dell Streaks spotted in the wild in Seattle, testing for AT&T

Image credit: Seattle Times

It's not often you see four unreleased gadgets rather unceremoniously attached to a plank of wood on the sidewalk, but that's exactly what Seattle Times blogger Brier Dudley spotted: four Dell Streaks all in a row. AT&T network technicians were apparently verifying performance of the devices on the company's 3G network and also ensuring their ability to send accurate e-911 information. Among the four was a bright crimson model, but sadly the pink and orange versions we're holding out for were not present on this particular piece of timber. We should be just a few weeks away from the Streak going fully public, at which point you can hopefully find something a little more suitable to which to attach yours.

[Thanks, Kris Hill]
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