It has been the subject of various links since first being spotted at CES, but only now has the Dell Streak 10 Android tablet been laid bare. Indeed, it's now got a new name, the Dell Streak Pro. Obviously it is a bigger tablet than the Dell Streak 7, with 10 inches of screen space (with 1280x800 resolution), putting Dell's new tablet up against the likes of the Motorola Xoom. It also has an improved operating system, using Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) instead of the smaller Streak's Android 2.2.According to Engadget, the Streak Pro also features Nvidia's Tegra 2 (T20) chip, a brushed aluminum back, 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB storage options, dual microphones, dual cameras (two-megapixel on the front, five-megapixel on the back), and a choice of four colors, those being blue, pink, black, and red. Dell's own interface will be present too, should that be a plus or a minus point.The Dell Streak Pro is said to be launching in June, so look out for the official launch in the next couple of weeks. No pricing available as yet.