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HTC Flyer 7" Android Tablet, 16 GB

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  • 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor
  • Android Operating System, Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP for stereo headsets
  • 16GB internal memory, with expansion possible through a microSD slot
  • 7-inch 1024x600 TFT capacitive touch screen, Rear (5MP) and Front (1.3MP) cameras
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz, G-sensor, GPS/aGPS, digital compass, ambient light sensor
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Product Information

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Screen Size7 inches
Screen Resolution1024 x 600
Max Screen Resolution1024 x 600 pixels
Processor1.5 GHz Snapdragon
RAM1 GB
Hard Drive16 GB
Average Battery Life (in hours) 6.5 hours
Brand NameHTC
SeriesFlyer
Item model numberFlyer T Mobile
Operating SystemAndroid
Color Silver
Rear Webcam Resolution 5 MP
Processor BrandQualcomm
Flash Memory Size32 GB
  
Additional Information
ASINB0053RJ3F8
Best Sellers Rank #10,854 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds
Date First AvailableJune 1, 2011
  
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Product Description

A good idea can take you anywhere. So we made a tablet that does the same. The pen is mightier Fact: Your finger is not a pen. So why do so many tablets treat it as one? On the HTC Flyer with HTC Scribe TechnologyTM and the HTC ScribeTM digital pen accessory, you're able to take notes that sync with a recording of your meeting, highlight an important passage of an e-book or document, and even doodle on a picture or create your own. Sync your ink Capturing ideas is great. Being able to access and search those ideas from anywhere is way better. With the HTC Flyer, all of your notes and annotations are instantly saved to your Evernote account. Your never-ending journal With an expandable memory slot, you'll run out of ideas before you run out of places to keep them. Life on the go You know life happens on both sides of the screen. That's why we built a 5 MP camera into the back of the HTC Flyer for capturing your vision the world in HD. And a front-facing camera for capturing your expressions in video chat. Small. But not small At 7", it's small enough to fit in your pocket, but with Android 2.3, HTC SenseTM that has been optimized for your tablet, and a 1.5GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon® processor, it won't be spending much time there.

Customer Reviews

It's fast, has a nice screen, great battery life, and a decent camera.
Donovan C.
I have to say that I love this tablet more now that it has Honeycomb (Android 3 OS)than when it had Gingerbread (Android 2 OS).
roguegothgirl
We have a few tablets and both the HTC Flyer and HTC Evo view 4G are great.
Stephen

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152 of 157 people found the following review helpful By Donovan C. on June 13, 2011
There are many specifications-based reviews out there on the Flyer, so I won't repeat those, and instead base this write-up off of my experience with HTC's device over the last few weeks. I have to start this review by saying that I've been a tablet PC user for years, and have found many recreational and business related uses for computers that have active pen input. But even my current tablet PC, an HP Touchsmart, can get tiresome to carry around all the time. I work with kids, and needed a backup device that was small, quick to turn on, and could be loaded with fun activities for children. That's where the Android tablets come in. I rooted a couple of Nookcolors, and instantly fell in love with the 7" form factor. So when I learned that HTC was going to be releasing a 7" tablet with some kind of active stylus, it sounded like the best of both worlds (small android tablet with pen input), and I knew I had to check it out.

I have to say that when most people think of a stylus, they think of that plastic stick that they used to poke their old palm pilots with. That is NOT what this is, nor is it intended as a replacement for touch input. This pen input is intended as a replacement for pen and paper, as you might use when you draw or take handwritten notes. When you're talking about active pen input, you're looking for 3 things: Precision, pressure sensitivity, and palm rejection. I hate to be this blunt, but if you can't view a stylus as being anything other than that dead plastic stick from the old days of resistive screens, then this type of device just simply isn't for you.

When I learned that the Flyer used N-Trig technology instead of the Wacom digitizers I'm used to, I was initially hesitant.
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61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By kOOjAX on August 26, 2011
I spent a long time researching what kind of tablet to invest in before going back off to college (Illinois State). I chose the HTC Flyer for a number of reasons:

1. (The Most Important Reason) The stylus! This is the only (widely available) device/tablet to fully incorporate an "active digitizer." Unlike the iPhone/iPad/Samsung Galxay/Asus Tablets/etc. The HTC Flyer is able to recognize where the stylus is on the screen RATHER THAN ONLY creating an electromagnetic field under the glass and approximating the position of input based on where the contact is made, therefore, where the EM field is disrupted, like the previously stated devices do.

I have already sat through hour+ long courses and found taking notes on the device to be very easy with a small amount of learning curve.

2. Small. Although i would have purchased a 10.1" version (If HTC made one) but i have found the size to be "just right." Small enough to throw in your backpack but large and solid enough to hold for extended periods of timing while note taking, or reading texts. Its also just the right size for me to be able to hold it in Portrait position and type quite efficiently with the keyboard.

In landscape mode typing can be a headache at first so i recommend downloading, from the market, a keyboard called "Thumb Keyboard," which splits the keyboard in half, moving the keys in reach for either thumb.

3. My bias towards HTC: I have had the HTC Incredible (Phone) for almost a year now and haven't had a single problem with it. HTC is a reliable company who builds reliable products.

4. Battery: Not really a deciding factor when i was buying the device but i use it heavily and it lasts around 8-10 hours. I charge it maybe once a day.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 13, 2011
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I've been a tablet user since 2005 and have always loved them. My primary "desktop" is an Asus E121 slate. As much as I like it there are times I don't need it. I've been waiting for an Android tablet that has some true pen enabled capabilities. While the flyer certainly does double duty as a media consumption device the ability to take and share notes and mark up and share pictures, documents and screen shots is what sets it apart. Combine it with a Bluetooth dongle, Google voice ap and cloud based CRM and you can do business anywhere, anytime.

I wrote the initial review on my HTC Flyer, I was actually following up to check on the delivery status of a case I ordered and to review the seller (excellent BTW). After reflecting a bit I thought I'd expand on my comments a bit.

I think that the biggest issue most of us face when we look at this type of technology is envisioning how we'll actually use it. As mentioned in another review, someone used to a true graphic quality Wacom digitizer will be disappointed if they expect similar precision. The flip side is how/why would you expect that level of capability in a device at the size and price of the Flyer? To me the pen (the primary reason I think anyone would be interested initially) is outstanding for it's intended purpose. It works well, has no issues with inadvertent fingers on display etc. When you combine that with the ability to sync notes to your calender, share them and use the pen driven screenshot capability for markups (sometimes a picture IS worth a thousand words) you have a powerful business tool.

While honeycomb will/does offer some potentially significant advantages the truth is that the current HTC GUI is very well thought out.
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