|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 600|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 600 pixels|
|Processor||1.5 GHz Snapdragon|
|Hard Drive||16 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G, 802.11bgn, 802.11B|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6.5 hours|
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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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
This is a 7 inch table with a single-core 1.5Ghz Qualcomm chip processor (more on this later) and aluminum uni-body design. What does it mean to be uni-body? Basically HTC took one piece of aluminum and sculpted it into the tablet's chassis. With the exception of the 2 plastic covers at the top and bottom of the tablet, everything on here is pretty much glass and aluminum. When holding in the hand, the Flyer feels great. There is a distinct solid feel to it and a notable weight. The weight doesn't make the tablet feel heavy, instead it gives you the feeling of holding something of quality. I recall reading somewhere that the glass on the Flyer is made of Gorilla Glass, however, a quick stop on Corning's site and you may notice the Flyer is not listed on their product sheet. With this said, I know that due to partner agreements sometimes Corning is not able to list specific products on their site. So as of this writing I cannot confirm whether or not this is Gorilla glass but I can say that the glass on here is very sturdy. After months of use (finger and pen) without a screen protector I have yet to notice any scratches or scuffs. My one grip with the glass is that there is a slight "stick" to it when you're using it with your finger, there were times when my finger skipped across the screen instead of sliding across. I assume that HTC put some special coating on the glass to give you a "writing on paper" feeling when using the scribe pen.Read more ›
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I wish Htc made an updated tablet just like this. This is the best tablet I have ever seen hardware wise. Only thing is it has many battery isues. Read morePublished 2 months ago by avri
Could not download anything from the play store. I am very unsatisfied with this product. Waste of money!Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Better than described, works great, fantastic service actually one of the Best around. Another trusted Company and I'll be back, thank you...Published 9 months ago by Supertech
Product had an outdated software version and when I went to update it, the device froze and would not reboot.Published 16 months ago by Evan
It a great use for business or school but when there are too many app the device slows down and starts to the move slowPublished 19 months ago by Qunesha