T-Mobile has finally put to rest the swirl of rumors surrounding its 4G tablet from Dell, the Streak 7.

The company has announced that the Streak 7 will sell for $199.99 with contract when it hits stores Feb. 2. Without contract, the tablet will sell for $450.

Announced at last year's CES, the 7-inch multi-touch device is the second major tablet to be offered on the T-Mobile network. Running on Android, the Streak 7 is the successor to the smaller Dell Streak 5, and offers a widescreen display, 1.3 mega-pixel camera, and 16 GB of internal storage. The Streak 7 is the first 4G tablet available on the T-Mobile network.

This will be cheaper than Samsung's Galaxy Tab, which sells for $250 on T-Mobile's network. Dell initially positioned itself as the cheaper tablet alternative to the iPad when the Streak 5 was unveiled over the summer, and it has expanded into larger screen sizes with the Streak 7.

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