HTC Flyer is now available with T-Mobile, but only for Business-2-Business customers
Nevertheless, it’s yet another nice Android tablet addition for the carrier, but it’s worth noting that it’s going to be running Android Gingerbread out the of box. Thankfully, it’s mentioned to get a Honeycomb update sometime down the road. Besides the cellular connection, there really isn’t anything different with T-Mobile’s version of the HTC Flyer.
For those business end customers interested in picking it up, you’ll need to track down a Business Sales employee seeing that it requires a specialized ordering system. In terms of pricing, you’ll can shell out either $399.99 for the tablet with a 2-year agreement, or $499.99 to scoop one up with a 1-year contract instead. Interestingly, there’s no mention whether or not the HTC Stylus Pen will be included in some sort of bundle.
2. Jackhammer (unregistered) posted on 14 Sep 2011, 02:41 0 0
I just returned this to Best Buy it is to HEAVY you will regret it. The pen is good but all you do is scribble with it. Total waste unless you could edit excel and word documents. Taking notes isn't great either the tablet is to small. Hope this helps
3. jimmylogan (unregistered) posted on 14 Sep 2011, 05:33 0 0
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4. apples (unregistered) posted on 24 Sep 2011, 17:08 0 0
I own the WiFi model, rooted with honeycomb. Pen works like a regular stylus should and not just writing. Yes its on the heavy side and seems to weigh more than my galaxy tab 10.1 but I love its portability. It feels solid and not flimsy, like I'm going to crack it in half while holding it. Just ordered a GSM model!