The HTC Flyer puts a new spin on the 7-inch Android tablet, but its high price and smartphone-style OS are a tough sell next to its bigger, cheaper Honeycomb kin.
The HTC Flyer tablet puts a new spin on Android 2.3 by integrating a digital pen for taking notes. But is this 7-inch tablet too pricey, too little, and too late?
It's an investment, but the attractive, modular Tom Bihn Checkpoint Flyer briefcase makes traveling with a laptop go more smoothly.
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What's different about HTC's first tablet? It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, not Google's new Honeycomb OS.
At Mobile World Congress 2011 CNET gets a closer look at the new HTC Flyer tablet
The handset maker announces a flurry of devices at Mobile World Congress 2011, including its first tablet. Find out more about the HTC Flyer here.
Just weeks after deploying Android 3.2 to the 7-inch tablet, HTC is rumored to be ready for 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The electronics retailer will bring a Wi-Fi-only version of the HTC Tablet to the U.S. market later this spring.
Would the Taiwanese manufacturer have been better served by releasing the 7-inch tablet with Android 3.0? Not necessarily.
"Quietly brilliant" HTC is said to be prepping three tablets for the first half of 2011, with the first expected as early as March.