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.