So, as we mentioned, the HTC EVO View 4G for Sprint will sport a 7" capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 600x1024. Naturally, you'll be able to use it with HTC's Scribe technology (a digital stylus), which should ease the process of taking notes. Other useful features include HDMI-out and DLNA support, as well as mobile hotspot for up to 8 devices.
Software-wise, the biggest drawback to the HTC EVO View 4G seems to be its initial launch with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Fortunately, HTC has promised an update to Honeycomb sometime down the road. However, we hope our encounter with the Android 2.3 tablet won't be really such a pain, since masking the UI will be non other than the critically-acclaimed Sense user interface. Still, we've not encountered it in its tablet-powering form yet, so who knows, it might either be fine, or a disaster. We'll see.
The HTC EVO View 4G for Sprint will hit the market sometime in the summer, when it'll undoubtedly face some fierce competition on the tablet market, mainly from devices like the BlackBerry PlayBook, T-Mobile G-Slate and Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9.