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HTC Wants You to Take the Flyer Seriously

We haven’t talked about the HTC Flyer much on this site, but are starting to think it’s time we do since the wifi-only model is headed to Best Buy any day now.  As many of you know, the Flyer is HTC’s 7″ Gingerbread (not Honeycomb) tablet that runs a custom version of Sense for big screens and has “Scribe Technology” which allows you to draw, highlight or write on almost any screen at any time.  It has front and back cameras, a 1.5GHz single-core processor and truthfully, is no slouch.  At least that’s what HTC will have you believe as they try to sell you on it through this new 6-minute video.  And I’ve got to admit, they’ve done a pretty nice job of it.    

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  • Waknatious

    why the F### would they take this video down!!? I just mentioned to my wife that Fathers Day is coming and she should watch this wink wink nudge nudge knowhatimean… and it’s gone. Lame. Fail.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dan-Doughty/1302945760 Dan Doughty

    I love HTC. I cant wait to see what their dual core honeycomb offering is. Im hoping that is their announcement on the 14th.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chicojd Jd Davis

    Having recently spent 6 days with the XOOM WiFi (I actually hit Staples up on Friday before release to get one). I am thoroughly disappointed with Honeycomb. Google should have waited for this, as should have Motorola. It’s not fully baked and for many reasons, I returned it Wednesday (after using it on a Vegas trip). I think HTC is playing it smart with the tablet optimized Sense and the stylus tech is cool. I’ll buy this instead of and Honeycomb tablet that’s currently out there, if they make a 10.1 inch available. I DID like the screen size of the XOOM, but not the way Honeycomb acted on it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chicojd Jd Davis

    Having recently spent 6 days with the XOOM WiFi (I actually hit Staples up on Friday before release to get one). I am thoroughly disappointed with Honeycomb. Google should have waited for this, as should have Motorola. It’s not fully baked and for many reasons, I returned it Wednesday (after using it on a Vegas trip). I think HTC is playing it smart with the tablet optimized Sense and the stylus tech is cool. I’ll buy this instead of and Honeycomb tablet that’s currently out there, if they make a 10.1 inch available. I DID like the screen size of the XOOM, but not the way Honeycomb acted on it.

    • Waknatious

      Wow. Good to know. Thx for the feedback. Haven’t seen HC yet personally.