HTC follows BlackBerry to $299 tablet bargain bin
HTC's Flyer tablet pricing gets slashed by $200 at Best Buy. It's the latest tablet pricing adjustment at the retailer as the $199 Amazon Kindle Fire weighs heavily on the Android tablet market.
The HTC Flyer is the latest tablet to see its price kicked down a couple hundred bucks, as the market adjusts to the impact of the $99 HP TouchPad fire sale and a just-announced $199 Amazon Kindle Fire.
Best Buy to $299.99 on Friday.fell from its pricey $499.99 heights at
It comes with the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, a 1,024-by-600-pixel 7-inch color touch screen, front and rear cameras, 16GB of storage, 1GB RAM, Wi-Fi, a microSDHC card slot, and a single-core Qualcomm processor.
If the truth be told, the HTC tablet was overpriced to begin with, as CNET Reviews made clear back in May. But the overpriced-tablet phenomenon is not limited to HTC. Best Buy took earlier in the week. And .
Don't be surprised when more tablet prices get downsized. If Amazon's $199 Kindle Fire is as popular as expected when released November 15, more pricing adjustments from other Android tablet makers are likely.
And Apple's iPad? Well, maybe that's asking too much.