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HTC Flyer aka HTC TabletGeneral

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  1. techno-update

    techno-update Guest This Topic's Starter

    What do you think? I mean 7" screen, 1 GHz processor, and even that HTC clock/weather widget we have come to really like.


  2. kevinwong0511

    kevinwong0511 New Member

    Jan 6, 2011
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    Personally I'm quite disappointed about this spec.

    I'm a crazy fan of HTC and I do like the idea of the widget that introduced by the Taiwanese. Yet, this tablet can't fulfil my demand at all.

    Firstly I want a 10"+ screen but not a 7" one. And yes I do understand that an smaller slate is more convenient for certain users, but in my own opinion I want a bigger one, for internet and films-watching.

    Besides it's all about the processor, I originally thought that it's a dual-core, but turn out it's a single 1.0 GHz stuff...it's okay, but of course more is preferred.

    I like the Sense UI and thus I always target HTC as my first priority, but not this time. Let's see what they can do for the Scribe (if it really exists).
  3. xrayjo

    xrayjo New Member

    Feb 23, 2011
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    It's a 1.5 GHz processor and it has 1GB of RAM so it should be plenty fast. I think this tablet is going to find its own niche rather than compete.
  4. HustlinDaily

    HustlinDaily Well-Known Member

    Apr 6, 2010
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    Exactly, I think it is geared towards being a functional daily use product as opposed to a toy (like every other tablet on the market).

    7" is more portable than a netbook (unlike 10"), the stylus for notetaking can appeal to students as well as businesspeople plus HTC Sense for Tablets looks awesome (especially with the apps/functionality they added that can utilize the stylus).

    If you want something which can replace a personal organizer, let you go paperless (store/access all your notes/ebooks conveniently), then this is probably the best thing for you. If you want a toy for playing games and streaming/watching video, get an iPad or a Xoom.
  5. ari-free

    ari-free Well-Known Member

    Nov 2, 2009
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    HTC Flyer doesn't use a capacitive stylus. It uses a special stylus technology by n-trig. The stylus tip is more like a pen.
    here's a video of n-trig technology in action
    Note he's using Autodesk Sketchbook Pro on a Fujitsu tablet. Autodesk has an android version)

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