Daily Steals offers the 32GB HTC EVO View 4G for $230 on Friday only

Daily Steals offers the 32GB HTC EVO View 4G for $230 on Friday only
Less than two weeks ago, we told you that 1saleaday.com was offering the 32GB HTC EVO View 4G for just $229.99 with a $4.99 charge for shipping. Now the tablet returns at the same price for today only on the  Daily Steals web site. This is not refurbished inventory and buyers will receive a brand new tablet in brand new packaging for $229.99 with free shipping.According to the site, Daily Steals has acquired 400,000 units of the device.The HTC EVO View 4G is the Sprint branded version of the HTC Flyer tablet.

Even with Android 2.3 installed on the HTC EVO View 4G, the 7 inch tablet will be updated to Android 3.1 which will make this deal seen by many as a bargain. And as we are still in the home stretch of the holiday shopping season, many of these tablets will probably end up being gifted to lucky recipients over the next week and a half.  We probably should remind you that the pen/stylus that works with the HTC Scribe Technologyon the tablet must be purchased separately.Amazon shows the HTC Scribe pen priced as low as $59.99 on its web site.

Just in case you have forgotten the tablet's specs, the 32GB HTC RVO View 4G has a 7 inch screen with resolution of 1024 x 600. Under the hood is a single-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor and 1GB of RAM is onboard. There is 32GB of native memory that can be doubled using a microSD card. The HTC EVO View 4G has both a rear and front-facing camera weighing in at 5MP and 1.3MP respectively. The rear camera captures video at 720p.

On Thursday, TigerDirect had a few bundled units of the HP TouchPad that was sold out quickly. Today, you have another tablet available for a one day sale. With 400,000 tablets available, there might not be the rush that there was with the TouchPad, but on the other hand, if this is the tablet that you have been pining for, why wait?

source: DailyStealsvia Phandroid

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