We first clapped eyes on Dell's Mini 5 tablet at CES, but after a brief tease on stage, we've been a little starved of information on the tiny tablet since.
Luckily for us, someone has leaked an internal Dell document with a few more juicy details, that suggests the tablet may be in fact called the Streak, and could launch with some sort of Amazon content partnership.
Looking to be perhaps part of a presentation, the slide suggests the Streak could come with a Kindle ebook reader app (possibly similar to that on the PC and BlackBerry apps), as well as access to the Amazon Store for video on demand content and MP3 downloads.
Some leaked promotional material has also shown that the tablet will come in a whole host of colours, with the option for personalisation too.
In case you've forgotten, the 5-inch slate looks set to come with a 800x480 capacitive touchscreen and touch buttons, a 5-megapixel camera and extra front-facing VGA cam for video calls, and a docking connector.
We're looking forward to hearing more details on this as and when they become available, but try not to keep us waiting too long, eh Dell?