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HTC Flyer aka HTC Tablet

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by techno-update, Feb 15, 2011.

  1. techno-update

    Thread 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.


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  2. kevinwong0511

    kevinwong0511 Lurker

    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 Lurker

    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 Android Expert

    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 Android Expert

    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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